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> Symmetric HTWT scale, Lesson By Guido Bungenstock
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post Jan 3 2017, 03:00 PM
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Original lesson: Symmetric HTWT scale by Guido Bungenstock

Hello GMC This lesson is great , I like the HTWT scale. I worked a lot, it is difficult for me to play better. I gave the maximum of my speed Thank you



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Gabriel Leopardi
post Jan 3 2017, 07:32 PM
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Hi mate,

I've just commented this one at the mentoring thread (LINK), I'm here just for grading.

Keep the great job!


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Ben Higgins
post Jan 5 2017, 12:19 PM
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Hi man, this is mostly good but I'd say the last two lick sections are currently testing your speed and dexterity to the limit. I think it would pass scrutiny on something like a live performance but in this setting, we can clearly spot if the timing isn't right or if the speed is not quite there etc.

So I'd say that is good but as ever, the issue of speed and dexterity with more complex licks will always serve as some sort of brick wall to how well you can score on some takes. You take care of little details like phrasing and tone very well in all your REC takes but with any lesson with complex stuff these will be more of a challenge. But you can keep improving in these areas and we know that you will because of how much you've already improved! smile.gif


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Darius Wave
post Jan 5 2017, 01:00 PM
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Hey again!

My overall observation is that your rehearsall gear has some midrange boosted and a high end cut. That's probably why you have a different reference for guitar tracks volume in the mix. Somehow we (Me, Ben, Gab) agree on your guitar being low in the mix most often. That's why you can try to think this way - set the guitar volume you like and then add 2dB's more "just in case". Of course for a studio CD recording this could be something not 100% accurate, but remember - here we need to hear as many details as possible.

As for the lesson itself. I think your tone is slightly oversaturated comparing to original one. I belive some of the treble difference between you and original, would get more even, due to soft attack sounding warmer with just a little less gain.

Playing-wise the weakest point is the final part - it's temporary a little beyond your control. I would practise this short piece for some time and I'm sure you'll be able to fix it.


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post Jan 5 2017, 04:51 PM
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Hi Mister M,
THX for covering my lesson! ;-)


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post Jan 7 2017, 01:19 PM
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