Cool stuff Lian ! 5/4 is great 3+2 or 2+3 even 2+1+2 or 2+2+1 etc
Very nice stuff indeed !
Gonna work on this soon because I'll need it in the future. Great work, Lian!
AAAAaaah... I can't get the hang of that rhythm Great work Lian!
interesting Lian! cool composition!
Great coverage Lian! Awesome work
This is the ultimate meter coverage lesson !! Great job Lian!
This series was a good idea... this lesson is well built up with the chords at the beginning and then the bit more complex rhythm.
Keep it up, Lian!
Nice composition Lian.
Awesome lesson Lian. Great job!
Cool lesson Lian!
nice and great job Lian.
I like these odd rhythms, cool lesson
Lian you're a metal master
Cool work Lian !
Very good lesson
thanks a lot guys
Super Lesson! This rhythm's gonna take a little work.
Good Job Lian,i like it
Hi there, how´s going?
Welcome to the second lesson of this Meter Workout Series. I´ve create these series to pay some attention on differents Meters.
The main goal of this lesson is learn some options to scape for a while from classic 4/4 bars. This time I´ve worked in 5/4 the whole lesson.
Basicly, number 5 indicates how many beats our compass has. And number 4 indicates quarter note (4)
So, you could count in your mind (ONE, two, three, four, five, ONE, two, three, four, five, and so on) until you feel confortable with it.
Take this lesson step by step and have fun!
Used scales: F major, C minor
Tune Down: 1/2 step
TEMPO: 210 bpm
As some of you know, I use a POD xt to rec all my lessons. In my board you´ll find my presets ;) On the other hand, here´re the settings for people who wants.
Amp model: based on Marshall JCM-800
Small room Reverb:
Decay 42 %
Remember: Same settings in other gear will produce a different sound, but, as we´ve talked at the forum, this could be cool for some members, so enjoy!
If you have any problems let me know. Take care.
See you all around.