Beginner Jam part 3 (Jan.17rhythm track by Nroberts)

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Post by teleplayer324 » May 18th, 2005, 3:57 pm

you guys rocked, excellent work, a pleasure to be associated with you on the track
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Post by hueseph » May 18th, 2005, 4:25 pm

Nice job everyone. It was fun.

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Post by teleplayer324 » May 18th, 2005, 4:28 pm

I always thought kids were proof god had a mean streak :P
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Post by yoyo286 » May 18th, 2005, 5:10 pm

Hey!!!! :evil: :evil: :lol:
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Post by GuitarAlex » May 18th, 2005, 6:31 pm

I am going to post this in Hear Here.

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Post by wdjd » May 18th, 2005, 7:19 pm

I'm really happy the way this turned out. This was my first online collab and I was pleased to see how smoothly it worked and the quality of the finished product, and no one tracked me down and pulled my hair because I sucked it up, as in my dream.
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Post by wdjd » May 18th, 2005, 7:23 pm

Yet :roll:
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Post by Shift » May 18th, 2005, 8:20 pm

Well done everyone.

Hueseph, you are a really smooth player!

Alex, what effects you using on your part?

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Post by hueseph » May 18th, 2005, 9:02 pm

Thanx Shift. When you mentioned smooth it kinda reminded me. I was listening to a tune I've been working on and I realized how much Santana influence there is in my playing. Almost too much as I haven't listened to any Santana in a long time. I hope I can break out of that. Anyway thanx.

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Post by smokindog » May 18th, 2005, 9:13 pm

hey hueseph, your solo reminded me a bit of Frank Zappa, I thought it went nicely with the BT, I enjoyed it a lot 8) --the dog

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Post by GuitarAlex » May 19th, 2005, 4:57 am

It's interesting how everyone hears music differently. When I heard Hueseph's solo, I almost crapped my pants. I thought hueseph's was really Eastern / Arabic sounding, and really kickass. I sent him 3 emails, while I was editing, about it. What's even more amazing, and I hope hueseph doesn't mind me saying it, is that there isn't thousands upon thousands of dollars in gear on this track.

Shift -- my track was recorded through a smokey amplifier (http://smokeyamps.com/), straight into audacity. I used audacity's delay, which was real nice. Also added some compression, tremolo, and flange. Some noise removal too. Then at the end, I de-amplified it a little, because I wasn't watching the levels when recording, so it went over 0db a bit.

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Post by hueseph » May 19th, 2005, 5:26 am

[quote="GuitarAlex"] What's even more amazing, and I hope hueseph doesn't mind me saying it, is that there isn't thousands upon thousands of dollars in gear on this track.[quote]

It's ok. I'm a Dad. I'm not gonna be seeing a lot of money for a while. Thanx for the complements all. I personally thought everyone put out a valiant effort. The key in this one wasn't an easy one to snag. It's in E (I think) but a standard E pentatonic just doesn't seem to fit. *shrug* :?:

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Post by GuitarAlex » May 19th, 2005, 6:53 am

Was that Harmonic Minor on your part then?

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Post by nroberts » May 19th, 2005, 7:25 am

hueseph wrote:
GuitarAlex wrote: What's even more amazing, and I hope hueseph doesn't mind me saying it, is that there isn't thousands upon thousands of dollars in gear on this track.

It's ok. I'm a Dad. I'm not gonna be seeing a lot of money for a while. Thanx for the complements all. I personally thought everyone put out a valiant effort. The key in this one wasn't an easy one to snag. It's in E (I think) but a standard E pentatonic just doesn't seem to fit. *shrug* :?:
E Phrygian should work most of the time. Yeah, it is hard.

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Post by hueseph » May 23rd, 2005, 10:58 pm

GuitarAlex wrote:Was that Harmonic Minor on your part then?
Yeah harmonic minor. I suppose diminished would sound cool too.

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