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David Wallimann
post Nov 30 2007, 04:53 PM
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It's now time to give you my thoughts on your takes. First of all I'd like to thank all of you for your participation. Many people signed up and the results were beyond my expectations! I love the fact that you all put in your recordings your own originality.
Each ones of the following leads are different and all are interesting. I think we can all learn from each other in here, so sit back, listen to the finished version and read the following comments.
I hope you enjoyed this as much as I did! Excellent job everyone!


Andrew Cockburn
Andrew, I love how you made your lead breathe. The melodic feel to it makes the whole lead very smooth to the ear and build up very nicely, saving the mopre technical stuff to the end. You gave us a great lesson in building a lead, exposing the mood first and adding an interesting technical touch at the end.

Muris
Muris, your lead is extremely touching! Your sense of melodic ideas is superb here and is very inspiring! I love the nuances you are putting in your leads, your left hand vibrato is what makes this sound so great! All your licks are very useable in many contexts and it's wonderful to be able to use your ideas in our own improvs. Great job!

coffeeman
Coffeeman, I love the rythm aspect of your lead. It's very well played and your melodic ideas are nicely built. It has some kind of melancolic, nonchalent mood that works extremely well here! You did great!

Alex Lewis
Alex, I was surprised by the quality of your take. The choice of sound works really well here. I particularaly love the way tyou started this one. Your entry to the lead makes your take so good! I think we can all learn that from your lead, the first few notes are so important in a lead, these are usually the notes that the listener will remember once the solo is over. Very nicely done!

Jean-Mi
Very nicely done on this! I like the use of double stops you used in the first section. The second part is great, I absolutely love your first lick when you switch to distortion. It totally sets the mood for something great. You put a lot of feeling in that second part, very well done my friend. :-)

Leadbreak
Leadbreack, I really like the use of effects here. Very interesting ideas here. You are not playing a very conventional lead as it's more built on effects and rythm tricks, but it works extremely well! Your different touch is inspiring and I'm sure you will give us a lot of cool ideas to develop. Good job!

JVM
JVM, your lead breathes and that's great! Your development is great and I love your melodic ideas. They sound somewhat different thamn what the others sound like, but in a good way! It seems to me that you focused more on the melodies exposed, I like that! Very nice second part too, still melodic but the bends you use give your lead a feel that works very well. Keep it up!

Smells
Smells, your technique is getting better and better! I love the articulations of some of your licks. You have a nice rythm feel that suits your style very well. I also want to congratulate you on the precision of your bends in the second part. Your pitch is very good, excellent take!

Exorcyze
Exorcyze, your use and development on the pentatonic scales is very well thought. I like the use of sequences mixed with more melodic ideas. I really enjoy the very last part of your lead, very interesting to me. One bend is a little flat on the second part, but maybe that was something you wanted to doi on purpose? Great job though, I enjoyed your lead a lot!

Chast
Chast, you are improving so much! Your effort are really paying off. I liked your trill idea at the end of the first part. Very good! A few bends are a little out of place, but overall your lead is well constructed. You are really doing a great job and once again, I can hear that you are improving a lot! Keep it up my friend!

Slammer
Slammer, the licks you used are very bluesy and technical at the same time. You did a good job using the important notes of the pentatonic. One little thiong that I can think of would be to add more silences between your ideas, that way each time you play, your licks will sound even more powerful to the ears of the listener. Great job though! Keep up the great work!

VisiOn
VisiOn, I am highly impressed by your bends. They are very expressive and superbly in tune! Your melodic sense is evident and well exposed here. Your lead is a nice lesson for all of us, everything is there. Technique, feeling, precision, very well done!

Eddiecat
Eddiecat, some of your ideas totally stick out! Some of the lick you are playing are totally new to me and I get excited hearing them! I love the fact that you developped some of the ideas exposed. In other words, you didn't just play a lick and leave it as is, you repeated it and developped it. I'm thinking about the first lick of the second part for example. Your lead is worth studying! Great job!

Bodo
Bodo, you did a fantastic job and your lead is totally in the mood here. Your bluesy licks are inspiring to me. You are full of feeling and have a good capacity to blend melodic ideas with bluesy licks. When I listen to your lead, it seams that you have a gift of taking licks that have been heard a thousand times and making them sound new. Excellent!

Tjchep
Tjchep, I am impressed! The way you "dig" into every notes is impressive! Your left hand vibrato is remarquable and is worth studying. Your vibrato has a Malmsteen feel to it. You did an amazing job on this track!
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post Nov 30 2007, 05:24 PM
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Thank you very much. I haven't had as much of a chance to play or practice lately, so I didn't feel like I got my ideas developed as much as I wanted to - it's not far off from what I originally improvised to it on probably the second take, and I guess I can hear it in a couple of the little phrasings still.

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One bend is a little flat on the second part


Yeah, there's actually two bends to my ear ( that has been getting better thanks to your help pointing it out and my practice on it ) that are a tad flat. One is only a little bit, the other almost half a semi-tone if I'm not mistaken. While I'm not happy with those couple of poor bends, I *am* at least happy that I can recognize it beforehand now, and that overall I think I've improved on hitting most of them like I want. With so little practice my fingers were getting sore and tired as their strength and tempering has worn down - and doing more takes would probably exacerbate the issue and I didn't want to delay the collab too much, just present my ideas. =)

I'd also like to work on my tone. All I'm running right now is a Line6 UberMetal pedal, so I dialed down the gain, and dialed it more for mids / highs to try and give it a nice spot in the mix, but I'm not sure it really worked as much as I would've liked it to. Hopefully my new PocketPod will give me some more possibilities for things like this! =D



Overall, I really really enjoyed the takes *everyone* presented. I think everyone really captured the mood very well and added their own flavor to it, and the fusion worked out well. There were a ton of great licks and phrasings through this that I truly enjoyed listening to. Great job everyone!

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post Nov 30 2007, 05:28 PM
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I am happy to hear that I have improved smile.gif
Thanks Walliman and a great Collab again cool.gif

And I need a new sound ohmy.gif

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post Nov 30 2007, 06:12 PM
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Hi David, thank you so much for your nice and encouraging words!
I have to say I'm working really hard and doing my best to improve.
Since I started playing less than 4 months ago,
I can only thank you (and Muris and Andrew, of course) for your great 4 basic scales lessons.
They're helping me immensly! smile.gif
Thank you once more, and please don't stop considering us beginners when planning new lessons! smile.gif
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post Nov 30 2007, 06:35 PM
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wow!! it sound fantastic!! if I did'nt know it was you guys I would
thought it was pink floyd!! you did a great work!! smile.gif
it really touch my hart smile.gif great fill


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post Nov 30 2007, 06:40 PM
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Really great job guys.


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post Nov 30 2007, 07:45 PM
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Thanks foryour comments David! Great job everyone, another amazing collab!

David, I have unlocked the finished collabs thread if you want to add this to it.


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Wow!! been busting to get home from work so I could listen to this! what a great collab biggrin.gif , truly excellent!
Thanks for letting me take part David, cant wait for the next one biggrin.gif excellent job guys well done! biggrin.gif


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post Nov 30 2007, 08:19 PM
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Hey, this is fun!!! That was my first collab. biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
Thanks comments David! wink.gif Great job everyone!
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post Nov 30 2007, 08:27 PM
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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Nov 30 2007, 01:45 PM) *
Thanks foryour comments David! Great job everyone, another amazing collab!

David, I have unlocked the finished collabs thread if you want to add this to it.



Thanks Andrew, I'll post it when I get back from work. I'm working on my laptop from Starbucks right now..
Congrats once again to all the participants!


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post Nov 30 2007, 08:38 PM
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QUOTE (Wallimann @ Nov 30 2007, 04:53 PM) *
Tjchep
Tjchep, I am impressed! The way you "dig" into every notes is impressive! Your left hand vibrato is remarquable and is worth studying. Your vibrato has a Malmsteen feel to it. You did an amazing job on this track!


Thanks man, I should have played it alot cleaner after listening to it on this.

Anything that stands out to work on for me?

And everyone else you did great!

Tj

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I can't listen to it from here, but wil check again and see if I can find something specific for you to work on...
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Thanks man, I should have played it alot cleaner after listening to it on this.

Anything that stands out to work on for me?

And everyone else you did great!

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post Nov 30 2007, 08:56 PM
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Just wanted to say great job guys!!! biggrin.gif


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Thanks a bunch David smile.gif.

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Awesome job everyone. I really enjoyed everyone's takes and I enjoyed participating, thanks David smile.gif


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Thanks for your kind words David, and thank you for being the creator of this collab. Awesome woek to everyone. Listening to everyones work I realize I have a lot to work on.

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post Dec 1 2007, 12:21 PM
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Thank you mister walli for your encouraging words. it was my first collab.
thank you so much. it's nice and more than I hoped... biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

I just listen to the finished version. smile.gif
Thanks everyone for your very nice collabs... we are so different and all "gilmour compatible" biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

i'm a slow learner huh.gif and i need lot of time for practising everything. mine could sound better but I haven't any time to learn my own music !! i'm interested in the gilmour style particularly in the way of the "another brick in the wall". It's a good way for me to learn what is a silence tongue.gif and to integrate some stops in my rythm . wink.gif wink.gif

thanks all GMCs....
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Awesome collab - thanks David, and everyone who participated! biggrin.gif


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Great Collab, smooth, melodic...great job everybody smile.gif


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great .. lets go to next collab biggrin.gif


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