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    Default Pop meets Fusion

    Buddies!

    Recorded today something. It´s called Counting the stars.

    Have fun!
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    Honestly, I like Scott's words. "There is a rhythm to life. Ride the waves."

    And keep in mind that while nothing lasts forever, nothing is lost.
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    Awesome! You're among the best guitarists on this board and one of the best musicians I've ever heard. Period.

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    Default Re: Pop meets Fusion

    Very good, some interesting scales used there. By the sounds of it alot of it sounds improvised. Also the general feel of the track reminds me of the middle slow section of the "A-Team" theme song.
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    Thanks!

    Yeah, it´s almost everything improvised. It sounded always different when I played over it but I had a system..the calm part is kinda always the same but I play some outside stuff over some strange chords and I don´t know how they are called.

    At the beginning I had more problems to play the outside stuff but more and more I got into the song and sometimes some cool runs happened..not all but some are cool

    And yeah, there are a lot of notes..so I´m sure there are people who are annoyed by this but I was in the mood to make a Holdsworth/Lane like tune.

    The backing was made on my keyboard and the intro too.
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarist
    Honestly, I like Scott's words. "There is a rhythm to life. Ride the waves."

    And keep in mind that while nothing lasts forever, nothing is lost.
    http://soundcloud.com/adrian-czarnecki/tracks

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    A shy bump
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarist
    Honestly, I like Scott's words. "There is a rhythm to life. Ride the waves."

    And keep in mind that while nothing lasts forever, nothing is lost.
    http://soundcloud.com/adrian-czarnecki/tracks

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    Like the bursts of notes and then lines that flows.
    like a stream coming out, good feel.
    Pretty backer too, nice to hear you again SSound
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rid
    Like the bursts of notes and then lines that flows.
    like a stream coming out, good feel.
    Pretty backer too, nice to hear you again SSound
    Thanks Rid!
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarist
    Honestly, I like Scott's words. "There is a rhythm to life. Ride the waves."

    And keep in mind that while nothing lasts forever, nothing is lost.
    http://soundcloud.com/adrian-czarnecki/tracks

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    You are amazing, really .

    I always enjoy your clips. Superb playing, and the keyboard adds a very personal touch... great as always!

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    You rock Sly! Thank you very much for listening and posting your thoughts on the song
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarist
    Honestly, I like Scott's words. "There is a rhythm to life. Ride the waves."

    And keep in mind that while nothing lasts forever, nothing is lost.
    http://soundcloud.com/adrian-czarnecki/tracks

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