First comment ^^ Nice on Ramir! Cool intro;)
Addition: you have nice texts under the lessons! It really explaines why you composed your song this way!
Epic Where do you get synth sounds? What you use for that?
Epic intro. Love it when it's so majestic!
These things I always wanted to do on synthesizer!.. I know where to ask help when I buy one
This is really a great sounding lesson Ramiro \m/\m/!
Nice lesson Ramiro.
Yes really cool.
Lots of study material in this on: changing rhythms, riffing, fast runs. Very nice
very epic sound. I really like it. Well done
You never seize to amazing em Ramiro, this is an awesome composition and very educational!
Once again a fantastic lesson! You certainly are bringing us lessons from every corner of the realm of music. Thanks for that
Excellent one Ramiro !
Hehe, love those intro pads! Very cool lesson man
I love how the intro develops into the actual song. Real EPIC.
Really great lesson!
Wow, now this is a killer lesson
Wow awesome dude!!!
The final run is just mind-boggling.
Hi GMC'ers! This lesson has a very special surprise, it's a style that I used to play a long time ago. Actually the intro of this lesson was from a song that I composed when I was in a band called Staccato. I used to play the keyboard in that band and I came up with that epic riffing. Now I've developed the idea (I just got the intro back in that time) to some epic-progressive song.
The point of this lesson is to analyze a little about these riffs and what makes a more epic or progressive riffing into this kind of style.
The techniques used in this lesson are:
* Alternate picking
* Palm muting
I hope you enjoy the lesson! :)