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Post by Taso » August 1st, 2005, 7:55 am

Cool, nice job everyone.

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Post by hueseph » August 1st, 2005, 10:33 am

You see? I avoided this one just hoping that maybe the curse would go away and oh how quickly it came together. Not to mention it just sounds great. Nice job folks.

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Post by smokindog » August 2nd, 2005, 4:27 am

Arjen wrote:Cool stuff, but what's up with the doubled-drum in the beginning?
well, I mixed it after a 14 hour shift :lol: I may re-do it tonight......or not :wink: . Arjen, I really liked what you did! verynice indeed! 8) taso and shift, you guys ROCK, thanks for doing this with me :D :D As always , this was a GAS!!!!!--the dog

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Post by Ignar Hillström » August 2nd, 2005, 4:53 am

Wouldn't bother with it if I were you, it's only the first few seconds really, and fixing it will take a whole bunch of minutes, with uploading and all. Your solo sounds pretty darn like a SmokingDog solo, pretty hard to compare it with anything but it rocks nevertheless. 8)

Taso: stylewise it somewhat resembles that british bluesrock, maybe fit a few rests in every once in awhile but nice one overall. :D

Shift: cool to start a blues with an arabian-sounding intro. :D Pretty non-standard blues all around, some nice things happening here!

Mixed my part rather poorly beforer sending it to The Dog, so whatever I was doing is abit hard to hear. Annoying, since there is nothing anyone can fix now. For those who care some wors about what I played:

Intro: appergio-based riffs played by two guitars in the same octave.
1st part: jazzy theme, 2nd guitar plays some blues-scale licks between. 3rd guitar plays a pentatonic variant of the theme.
2nd part: jazzy theme blues'ed-up and played with two guitars in two octaves.
3rd part: Just one guitar playing a tune, should lead up perfectly for some 'oldschool' blues(rock).
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Post by Shift » August 2nd, 2005, 8:31 pm

Sounds great. everyone.

Arjen, mine is just my 3rd improvised take. I think it was a mixture of A Aeolian, and A minor pentatonic.

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Post by Taso » August 3rd, 2005, 7:32 am

Thanks for the tips Arjen. I really just wasn't feeling this one, althogh it came out better than I thought it did. (Which doesn't mean much)

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Post by nroberts » August 5th, 2005, 10:00 am

Nice jam guys. They are all getting a lot better.

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Post by smokindog » August 5th, 2005, 2:43 pm

nroberts wrote:Nice jam guys. They are all getting a lot better.
Yea, it's really cool to see how everyone has progressed in the last three months :D :D --the dog

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Post by smokindog » August 5th, 2005, 2:43 pm

nroberts wrote:Nice jam guys. They are all getting a lot better.
Yea, it's really cool to see how everyone has progressed in the last three months :D :D --the dog

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