Chorus Lead

by Sinisa Cekic

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  • Hi GMC'ers! On this occasion, I present to you the part of one of my composition, which I think is extremely interesting to practice. In fact, a couple of things I would like to mention: I did all the guitar with chorus effect, (mix is roughly done, forgive me).

    This lesson is a good opportunity to exercise certain modes with progression. It is also a good opportunity to practice triplet sixteenths. Six sixteenth's are equal to one quarter note. The count for the first six notes is: One-Trip-Let-And-Trip-Let. This is the first beat, and quarter note.

    Scales:
    * D Major (Ionian Mode)
    * D Mixolydian Mode
    * A Mixolydian Mode
    * D Major Pentatonic

    Meter:
    4/4

    Tempo:
    120 bpm

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    Enjoy:) Sinisa





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