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post Sep 20 2007, 01:52 AM
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Since I did not have quite enough for a complete song, here is what I did. I used my solos from the song posted in the members’ only page to fill in some areas. This might have made it a tad long but it needed some bridges. I do thank everyone for your efforts and want to hear your comments as well.



(AudunESP - 0:07 – 0:27) Not a bad intro at all, brings us right into the song. Bends just needed a little more to get them more in tune. I used the end of your solo twice. You did a great job.

(leedbreak 0:28 – 0:48)

(Jeff - 0:48. – 1:47) Your solo was just fun. It worked on top of 3 different rhythms. It had a great feel and really fit into the song in every way it could. Very ironic how you played as if you wanted 3 different backings, so I gave them to you. Great job

(Andrew – 1:50 – 2.48) You have already been accused of have a unique sound so we all know that. But you did a wonderful job using your sound and your feel. I enjoyed yours very much with it’s comfortably numb sound. Might have needed a tad more notes. Excellent work!

(Chast 2.48 – 3:07) Sounds a tad off key but in a way the gives it lots of character and style. I would have liked to hear more from your style. Nice work

(Exorcyze –3:07 - 4:04 ) This one stood out most to me. A whole song in itself. The notes take the listener on a short journey. Also taking the feel to different moods several times. Very Nice Exorcyze.

(Hemloc – 4:04 – 5.02 ) Great sound and I really liked the effects. Might should have held out a little on the quiet spots. But as I listen again it is suspenseful as to what may come next. That in itself makes for a very nice solo.

Leedbreak – (5:02 – end)



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post Sep 20 2007, 02:03 AM
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It's quite good! I especially like Andrew's part. I want to point that in Chast's part, the backing is doubled and sounds bad because of it, I'm guessing it's because in his file the backing track is recorded.


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post Sep 20 2007, 02:07 AM
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QUOTE (Iluha @ Sep 19 2007, 08:03 PM) *
It's quite good! I especially like Andrew's part. I want to point that in Chast's part, the backing is doubled and sounds bad because of it, I'm guessing it's because in his file the backing track is recorded.



Yes, i missed that but it is now fixed, Thanks

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post Sep 20 2007, 09:46 AM
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very nice smile.gif at first i thought it was Megadeth's A tout le monde tongue.gif biggrin.gif laugh.gif, great job guys


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post Sep 20 2007, 10:54 AM
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Thanks for letting me participate Leedbreak. It was interesting hearing my solo over three different rhythms. I never thought of it that way, but it was kinda cool. Thank you for taking the time and mixing it out. I can hear from my solo the areas where I need to improve and thanks for the feedback! I enjoyed listening to everyone's part as I think you've got some talented guitarist here! smile.gif
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post Sep 20 2007, 11:08 AM
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Thanks leedbreak, I notice i do leave gaps when i do solo's still doing it now, but im getting better at making it flow as a whole solo not little parts. I didn't realise i left such large gaps in my recording, i thought it sounded pretty good over the BT i posted. Good work everybody else smile.gif can't wait to do another one.


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post Sep 20 2007, 05:13 PM
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Well I do have huge gaps, in your mix the backing track doesn't match my playing like i recorded it, i think thats why it sounds off. not to worry, i will keep practicing.


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post Sep 20 2007, 06:37 PM
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Thanks for the feedback Jason, I enjoyed this one a lot - it had a very reflective feel to it smile.gif


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post Sep 21 2007, 05:32 AM
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I like it how the different styles sound together smile.gif
And thanks for the feedback. The only one I dont like is my own, but thats like always, at first I like it and a day after, I just dont like it :/ But I think thats a "musician illness" biggrin.gif

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post Sep 22 2007, 09:24 PM
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Thanks for the feedback - I had a lot of fun playing this one and had no problem with feeling creative juices flowing for ideas on it.

One item I would note is it sounds like the timing is off sync between the backing track and my lead. You can hear the original intended timing with the backing track here : http://www.divshare.com/download/1640067-51a

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I really like hearing what everyone comes up with, how they feel musical parts differently, and seeing how that comes together.

I noticed I had at least one bend in mine now that sounded a bit sharp, and my tone probably has a little too much high and mids for the backing track. Both are things I'm trying to work on!

And yes chast - that's common for any creative endeavors. I find the same thing if I'm drawing, designing, creating music ( guitar, vox, bass, drums ) or writing code ( yes computer programming is highly creative imo ). It's that ability to be self-critical which pushes us to new heights. Just be sure to be willing to take praise from others when they mean it, and be willing to reflect positively on your own stuff for a bit - otherwise it's very easy to discourage yourself! =)


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post Sep 24 2007, 10:23 AM
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Many different views and styles in here,well done guys!! smile.gif


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