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Sensible Jones
post Nov 22 2016, 04:53 PM
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Almost there with the Bass Gab! Will be up by the weekend!!
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post Nov 23 2016, 02:41 PM
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QUOTE (Sensible Jones @ Nov 22 2016, 12:53 PM) *
Almost there with the Bass Gab! Will be up by the weekend!!
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post Nov 23 2016, 08:12 PM
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Cool groove.
All the heavy riff parts seem to be pretty well taken care of so I played some parts over only the chordal sections.
Clean arpeggios and an E-bow part. No lead stuff. More 'atmosphere' than anything else. I did do one Wah part on bar 4 of the first riff sections.
I do the same thing each time the sections repeat so by 1:25 you've heard it all from me. *I didn't cut and paste though so there are subtle variations throughout, especially with the E-bow and Wah parts.

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post Nov 24 2016, 05:57 AM
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I hate to say I am going to back out of participation of this collab. I had a hemorrhoidectomy today and I am in some of the friecest pain ever. I feel like someone shoved a blender blades up my ass and evidently this is going to last 5-6 days.

I went into this surgery thinking it was going to be a piece of cake. Enjoy a few nice relaxing days off comfortably numb on pain killers - but as it turns out I actually NEED them, which takes the fun out of it.


The good thing is I've actually started being motivated to play again, but I just can't sit in a chair, or stand for any period of time - having to lay on my side.

This takes "pain in the ass" to a whole new level. It's like I spent my first night in prison.

Here I am pre-surgery, looking very optimistic just after receiving a heavy dose of some sort of drug to calm my nerves.



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post Nov 24 2016, 08:28 AM
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QUOTE (klasaine @ Nov 23 2016, 09:12 PM) *
Cool groove.
All the heavy riff parts seem to be pretty well taken care of so I played some parts over only the chordal sections.
Clean arpeggios and an E-bow part. No lead stuff. More 'atmosphere' than anything else. I did do one Wah part on bar 4 of the first riff sections.
I do the same thing each time the sections repeat so by 1:25 you've heard it all from me. *I didn't cut and paste though so there are subtle variations throughout, especially with the E-bow and Wah parts.

https://soundcloud.com/klasaine3/my-parts-gmc-collab-wtrk

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Yeah!! These are super cool additions Ken, I love the added harmony and lead throughout.

QUOTE (Spock @ Nov 24 2016, 06:57 AM) *
I hate to say I am going to back out of participation of this collab. I had a hemorrhoidectomy today and I am in some of the friecest pain ever. I feel like someone shoved a blender blades up my ass and evidently this is going to last 5-6 days.


Sorry to hear that Spock - I wish you a speedy recovery!


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post Nov 24 2016, 01:34 PM
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QUOTE (klasaine @ Nov 23 2016, 04:12 PM) *
Cool groove.
All the heavy riff parts seem to be pretty well taken care of so I played some parts over only the chordal sections.
Clean arpeggios and an E-bow part. No lead stuff. More 'atmosphere' than anything else. I did do one Wah part on bar 4 of the first riff sections.
I do the same thing each time the sections repeat so by 1:25 you've heard it all from me. *I didn't cut and paste though so there are subtle variations throughout, especially with the E-bow and Wah parts.

https://soundcloud.com/klasaine3/my-parts-gmc-collab-wtrk

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This is so awesome klasaine! I knew that you could bring something new to this one and that's what we've got! I can suspect that this one will be one of the best collabs ever! smile.gif


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post Nov 25 2016, 06:17 PM
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Here's a short video of the Ebow part.
It's over the Em - D - G - A chords.



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post Nov 25 2016, 06:39 PM
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I also have a piece over that progression.
Only have to record it smile.gif
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post Nov 25 2016, 07:47 PM
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QUOTE (Spock @ Nov 24 2016, 04:57 AM) *
I hate to say I am going to back out of participation of this collab. I had a hemorrhoidectomy today and I am in some of the friecest pain ever. I feel like someone shoved a blender blades up my ass and evidently this is going to last 5-6 days.

damn, thats a bit of a bummer!
that is some pic, keep it handy incase we ever do a Kyuss collab smile.gif take care mate.

QUOTE (klasaine @ Nov 25 2016, 05:17 PM) *
Here's a short video of the Ebow part.
It's over the Em - D - G - A chords.


Very cool!
Epic to see Mr Lasaine throwing in a take smile.gif this collab just got extra classy!

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post Nov 26 2016, 07:56 PM
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Attached File  audioslave_only_audio.wav ( 4.25MB ) Number of downloads: 20

Attached File  audioslave_audio_with_backing.wav ( 4.25MB ) Number of downloads: 16


Hello Guys,

Here my take.
I tried to make things easy and melodic.

Greetz Tim

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post Nov 26 2016, 10:00 PM
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QUOTE (klasaine @ Nov 25 2016, 02:17 PM) *
Here's a short video of the Ebow part.
It's over the Em - D - G - A chords.




That's so beautiful man! I'm so happy you've joined this one. smile.gif

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Attached File  audioslave_only_audio.wav ( 4.25MB ) Number of downloads: 20

Attached File  audioslave_audio_with_backing.wav ( 4.25MB ) Number of downloads: 16


Hello Guys,

Here my take.
I tried to make things easy and melodic.

Greetz Tim



Yeah! That sounds tasty Tim! Well done! Thanks a lot for your take!


This one is getting really big!! Keep the takes coming!!


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post Nov 28 2016, 05:11 AM
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Best of luck to you on your recovery!!! When I was bed ridded after breaking my back, I moved my entire recording setup next to the bed so I could record/web surf/etc. Made it a lot less terrible smile.gif

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QUOTE (Spock @ Nov 24 2016, 12:57 AM) *
I hate to say I am going to back out of participation of this collab. I had a hemorrhoidectomy today and I am in some of the friecest pain ever. I feel like someone shoved a blender blades up my ass and evidently this is going to last 5-6 days.

I went into this surgery thinking it was going to be a piece of cake. Enjoy a few nice relaxing days off comfortably numb on pain killers - but as it turns out I actually NEED them, which takes the fun out of it.


The good thing is I've actually started being motivated to play again, but I just can't sit in a chair, or stand for any period of time - having to lay on my side.

This takes "pain in the ass" to a whole new level. It's like I spent my first night in prison.

Here I am pre-surgery, looking very optimistic just after receiving a heavy dose of some sort of drug to calm my nerves.




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post Nov 29 2016, 09:16 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Nov 27 2016, 11:11 PM) *
Best of luck to you on your recovery!!! When I was bed ridded after breaking my back, I moved my entire recording setup next to the bed so I could record/web surf/etc. Made it a lot less terrible smile.gif

Todd



Indeed man. That would be ideal, the only thing is this, to my absolute shock, has been the worse recovery experience I have ever gone through. If anyone ever tells you that having hemorrhoids removed is a walk in the park, do the world a favor and punch that fools nose through the back of their head.

I have never lived through so much pain in so many places at once in my life. To top it off you can't even go to the bathroom - for either reason. After the surgery I had to go back to the Emergency Room and spend 6 hours. Ugh, long story. But all that to say that I didn't celebrate Thanksgiving, I didn't even watch the entire Clemson game. One of those hurts that won't allow you to enjoy anything, laying down, sitting up, watching tv, playing a video game - nothing. All I could do was find a comfortable position and hope to stay that way for as long as possible.

I might go into work for a half day tomorrow. I just don't know how long i'll be able to sit at a computer chair. It's a great thing I have an empathetic, more than generous boss.

1 cool thing happened though. You know my friend's band, Kelen Heller. Well one of the guitarists decided to call it quits - he has come to loath the music industry. So he came over to visit me last week and wants to write music together. Finally, someone that I can count on not to change what style they want to do. He also enjoys writing songs exactly like I do, behind a computer, one part at a time, as opposed to organically.

I got your message - haven't decided whether to respond or not. Part of me just wants to forget the whole election cycle and concentrate on life. Happy and hopeful for Trump - but not worth arguing about with friends. To many other, more important and edifying things to focus on. Politics is not good for the spirit.
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Here are my vocal files. I haven't done any mixing but hopefully Gab will get us a preliminary mix shortly. I will now focus on getting video recorded before the deadline.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5415283...ab-kris-vox.zip

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* I have only applied low cut to these files

* they need a bit of autotune to sound ok

* the chromatic descent at the end needs a dreamy type of effect (moving pan, phaser, chrous, filter, delay, fuzzy overdubs etc you name it)

Can't wait to see how this one turns out! cool.gif laugh.gif


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post Dec 1 2016, 07:23 PM
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I'm sorry to say that I might have to pull out of this Collab. I really don't want to but I have 3 guitars I'm building for Clients that all need to be finished for delivery this weekend. They're all mostly finished apart from the Final Set-up which can be a bit time consuming.
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Hopefully I'll be all good for the next one!!
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Great job Kris!!

I've been working a bit on the vocals. There is still work to do but this is a preview to let everybody hear how this is turning!

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post Dec 2 2016, 11:13 PM
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Cool. I hadn't listened to the vocals yet. Sounds great.

Meant to ask, Gabriel, what program do you use to modify the video?

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QUOTE (GeneT95 @ Dec 2 2016, 07:13 PM) *
Cool. I hadn't listened to the vocals yet. Sounds great.

Meant to ask, Gabriel, what program do you use to modify the video?



To edit video? Adobe Premiere CS5


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Ah. Good program. I haven't use it in a while. Was just curious.
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QUOTE (GeneT95 @ Dec 3 2016, 07:29 PM) *
Ah. Good program. I haven't use it in a while. Was just curious.



yeah, it's great! I've used Sony Vegas in the past, but I prefer this one.


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