Techno Guitar

by Ramiro Delforte

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  • Hi GMC mates! This lesson is about a particular style, a combination between techno/ dance music with distorted guitars.

    I've written all the guitars that are recorded because I think this lesson is about orchestration. You're going to listen that I've recorded lots of guitars and lots of synths layers. So, download the Guitar Pro file to watch and listen to the guitar layers working together. On the lesson you'll notice that I've only passed one of those guitars in the parts that have many but if you want to play or record it you can play any of the guitars.
    Also I want you to notice that I've used a pitch shifter for many of the layers so in the transcription you'll notice that is an octave lower.

    Lesson Composition:
    * Intro: from 0 sec to 47 sec
    * Part 1: from 47 sec to 1:44 sec
    * Part 2: from 1:44 sec to 2:16 sec
    * Guitar solo: from 2:16 sec to 2:44 sec
    * Outro: from 2:44 sec to 3:31 sec

    Listening Recommendations:
    * Joy Basu
    * Tim Scott

    Techniques:
    * Tapping
    * Legato
    * Alternate Picking
    * Sliding
    * Artificial Harmonics

    Scales:
    * Bm
    * Bm Pentatonic.

    If you have any questions:
    * Give feedback (upper-right-corner)
    * My Personal Board
    * General Forum

    Cheers!/ Ramiro.

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