Viking-Folk Metal Concepts part 6

by Lian Gerbino

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  • Hi and welcome to the part 6 of this series called Viking Folk Metal. This time I've composed an Oboe interlude, using a low gain tone. With this lesson, you'll learn how to use a distortion tone to get an atmospherical sound. Combining arpeggio notes with some extra notes we'll be able to play basic things with an unexpected sounding by result. Also, this lesson gives us a new resource to add into our compositions. Ask whatever you need.

    Take this lesson step by step and have fun!

    Chords: included.
    Used scales: E minor, C Minor.
    Meter: 3/4
    Tune Down: 1/2 step
    TEMPO: 180 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 them.

    Amp model: based on Marshall JCM-800
    Drive 2
    Bass 4.9
    Middle 5
    Treble 6.8
    Presence 5

    Small room Reverb:
    Predelay 0%
    Decay 42 %
    Tone 50%
    Mix 43%

    Remember: Same settings in other gear will produce a different sound, but, as we´ve talked at the forum, this could be useful for some members, so enjoy!

    If you have any problems let me know. Take care.
    See you all around.


    Lian Gerbino

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