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Post by Laz » March 30th, 2005, 9:15 am

nroberts wrote:
xSkaStyleex wrote:did you post it on any other forums, i would like to see what they say.
I posted on guitars101.com. One person responded so far..."Sweet, sounds nice."

Those that really like to hang out and do stuff like this, and more, would probably find guitars101 a pretty cool site.
As I noted earlier, it would be good to post the link to the finished work in "Hear Here".

Also, nroberts, would you mind writing up the entire process so we can post it as an article? It seems like a great idea, once you learn how to make it work.

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Post by cnev » March 30th, 2005, 10:49 am

Wow guys nice job really sounded great and I have to agree with noah about the dog and Arjen.

Arj, really nice job and I loved the tone you got great job.

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Post by undercat » March 30th, 2005, 12:09 pm

Wow! Just heard that and it's awesome! These things drive me nuts because I can't record yet... It's coming in the next few months... but for now... I'm going insane!

Again, great work all! Very much looking forward to joining up!
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Post by Taso » March 30th, 2005, 1:26 pm

Nice stuff guys!

Arjen, that was awesome. very unique, loved the style. I don't think I've heard anything like that, very cool.

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Post by Laz » March 30th, 2005, 2:23 pm

Excellent! It sounds like you guys were all on stage taking turns.

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Post by smokindog » March 30th, 2005, 7:17 pm

Just got back from NW Indiana/Chicago. The jam turned out very cool, every one did a fine job. Hey Arjen, that was very 60's I have to agree with taso-very unique :D I loved it!--the dog

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Post by Ignar Hillström » March 31st, 2005, 2:44 am

Thanks guys. For those who aren't disgusted by my tone, it was recorded like this:

Ibanez RG550,position 2 (neck 'bucker+ mid single coil), volume 8, tone 1
V-amp2: tube mic-pre-amp model, EQ 9/8/5/7, medium room reverb 12%
GX700:
-autowah: 50, 60, 7, 47, L31
-Reverb: Hall2, 1.7S, 30ms, 10, L43, 100
-Ring Modulator: 45, L15, 80
Software delay and tremolo added after recording.

So basically a guitar with tone pot closed into a mic pre-amp and a bunch of effects :)
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Post by cnev » March 31st, 2005, 5:53 am

Did all you guys improv on the solo's or did anyone sit down and write out what they were going to play?

Just wondering how you all went about it.

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Post by PJ » March 31st, 2005, 6:58 am

Hey

I didn't take time to write something out, I just tried to play something in Cm pentatonic ...

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Post by smokindog » March 31st, 2005, 7:25 am

I just sat down and recorded whatever came out and after about ten or so takes I kept one :lol: :lol:

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Post by Ignar Hillström » March 31st, 2005, 7:28 am

My thing wasn't purely improv. First just played around until I had the main riff (Cm penta) of my thing, which is played in a few variations over all C chords. For the G and F chords I just played in Gm penta (for the F chord mostly played notes from Gm penta which are also in Cm penta, but kept the center on G), and came back to the riff for the turn-around, including a small ending lick in C natural minor.

My piece is only about 24 seconds, so there simply is no time to properly build up something, and starting full-speed is a bit lame to me, so that's why it is what it is.
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Post by nroberts » March 31st, 2005, 9:08 am

smokindog wrote:I just sat down and recorded whatever came out and after about ten or so takes I kept one :lol: :lol:
Same here. The first few takes usually evolve into something sort of intended, but I don't compose.

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Post by cnev » March 31st, 2005, 11:21 am

Thanks, however each one of you did it, they all sounded good. Can't wait to hear some more.

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Daaaamn!

Post by GuitarAlex » April 19th, 2005, 3:54 pm

You guys did awesome! Last track was pretty sweet.. Noah's right?

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Re: Daaaamn!

Post by nroberts » April 20th, 2005, 7:31 am

apechen wrote:You guys did awesome! Last track was pretty sweet.. Noah's right?
Yeah, the last one was me.

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