hehe awesome Gabriel! I am really impressed with quality of your metal tunes/arrangements - I couldn't help but having lots of vocal melodies popping up in my head over this one.
Also - it's good to get to meet your brother Ziva!
This is awesome! Reminds me of Megadeht and Metallica
Great to see a new lesson from you Gabriel
Cool tune and fun to watch. We're seeing more of these lessons where some personality of the instructor is coming out. It's good to see. Thanks for putting together such a comprehensive lesson, as well.
Awesome! Thrashy and great camera angles!
Great stuff Gabe!!!!
Awesome job Gabriel!
Awesome Gabriel. Great build up and riffing reminds me of some Metallica tunes. Well done !!!
Very interesting concept!
Awesome lesson and great quality Gabriel!! Nice to have you back rockin'
Amazing lesson Gabe!
The headbangin was a cool touch
Awesome lesson Gabi!!!
That rocked! Great job Gabriel
Really great lesson man, lots of material and useful stuff, and the arangement is great, with added electronic stuff!
Cool sound... almost like an electronic version of For Whom the Bell Tolls and One.
Thank you guys for the comments!
Nice video leson!!! actualy like also the 2 botom windows on the end of the leson...haha
No realy cool...and it's good I'd to let kris sing over the leson..also Liam Fry Scream here will be welcome
awesome job bro! you did my day! many thanks for this great lesson!
Cool, cool, cool, cool Cool
Thak you Lian and kaznie!
Brutal lesson Gabriel!
Hahaha! Awesome Gabe, great sounding
Awesome lesson Gabriel. I recognized that part from Metallica "One". Great stuff
Thanks Toni, Fran and Emir for the comments!
Buenisima leccion Gabriel. Hope to have more of your lessons here soon!
Haha, funny ending
Sounds good, Gabriel It would be interesting to hear Kris' vocals on this!
When I heard the chorus I instantly heard Alexi's voice singing over this in my head It's just the chorus, but it had the feeling of Children Of Bodom a LOT IMO, are you a fan of them?
Great lesson Gabi I love the tone of this lesson and it's great to see how you arrange songs. You never cease to amaze me.
I loved the headbanging at the end by the way and it's great to see Ziva in a lesson. I think the GMC shirt looks good on him... another bass instructor perhaps...
Awesome work, Gabriel!
Sounds just great! Fantastic lesson, Gabriel!
Thank you guys!
Good to see this as a trash-song is borning. This is a cool song,and I like the headbanger part! Nice lesson!
Good work Gabe, cool headbanging as well.
This lessons sucks ! You didn't post a separate video for the headbanging ! I'm joking, this lesson is great, and I especially loved your crazy headbanging !
Aaaah, just perfect
Great lesson Gabe, and you're still my favourite instructor here
Hi GMC! Welcome to my new lesson about Metal Guitar Arrangement at the studio! I started working on this lesson because I noticed that we don’t have enough easy thrash lessons in our awesome archive. I started this composition as a group of exercises for beginners combined in a 80’s Trash Metal composition. However you know that there a lot of awesome software out there! When I started to mix this lesson I opened Reason and some other synths to make this piece sound more modern. I added an industrial drum over the original acoustic one and also many FXs and Synths.. What I am trying to show you is how much the same song can change with a different mix and arrangements.
I recorded many guitars to show an example of how you can arrange a metal song at the studio. For example there are 4 guitars in the Chorus parts. You’ll find every guitar transcribed an explained in the video parts and in the guitar pro file. The idea of this lesson is to show you how I work the guitar at the studio to give you some tips for your own compositions.
In this lesson we have a special guest to explore even in a deeper way how I worked to compose this lesson. This special guest is my brother and Cirse’s bass player called Ziva (Sebastian Leopardi). I asked him to record the bass part of this lesson so you’ll find him at video part 1 playing the lesson up to tempo and slowly. The idea of this is to give beginner players and composers a complete idea of how to make a song.
This lesson can be divided in four parts: Intro, Main Riff, Chorus or Main Melody, & Coda.
As I said earlier, there are many different exercises for beginners in this lesson. We’ll work on these techniques:
-Palm Muting (Only Down strokes + alternate picking)
D minor scale
D pentatonic minor + blue note
D Phrygian mode
Ok, I hope that you enjoy the lesson!!