Evolving Metal Riffs

by Lale Nikic

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  • Hello GMC, here is my first lesson! :)

    In this lesson we will cover the topic about evolving metal riffs. This is related to composing a metal song, and should help you to understand and develop skills for making a solid metal riff, and creating different variations of it, depending on the song part.

    For this lesson I've made several variations of one riff with the ending/bridge kind of a riff in the end. All riffs are repeated twice, and when all played together, should give you some very good metal riffing workout! :)

    For this lesson I used ReValver MKIII Peavey 6505 emulation, and doubletracked riffs, so they can be put in stereo for more convincing sound. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them!

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