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    I'm game; count me in.
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    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/23241638/SDUGFJam.mp3

    This should have plenty of room for people to solo over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer$ View Post
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/23241638/SDUGFJam.mp3

    This should have plenty of room for people to solo over.
    I recorded a solo for the first two minutes or so of this one. Let me know if that will work.

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    2 minutes might be a bit much if there's more people who want to do it. I was thinking one E A E B A E cycle each and the next person takes off from the last persons track.
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    Oh well. For what it's worth, here is the rough solo idea. Sorry for the mistakes, my finger slipped off the high E around 1:14. I can clean it up and shorten it of course, but I don't know if my ideas are any good. Let me know what you guys think.

    SDUGF Test 1
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    The harmonies at the start are great, they totally transform it into something evil sounding. I was thinking maybe do them for half or 3/4 that time and condense the solo part and have it stop at about 00:45, then someone else takes the next 45 seconds and so on.
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    2 minutes? All I got was an 8 second clip from the backing track download. I tweaked it so it repeats evenly, though. Did I not get the whole thing?
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    No, you didn't. Try clearing cookies and re-downloading. It should be 4 minutes. Also 8 seconds isn't even one cycle.
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    Ok I tweaked the harmony with some arpeggios and stuff and condensed the solo. I think it came out really bad ass so give me :45 of the opening of your backing track. I'll post the rough draft in a bit.
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    Here's the intro I was working on. Bb minor mostly I think.

    SDGUF Collab Heavy Intro

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    Ok, got the whole thing this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UberMetalDood View Post
    Here's the intro I was working on. Bb minor mostly I think.

    SDGUF Collab Heavy Intro
    That's killer, man! I don't know how I could follow that with my old school rock and blues based soloing BUT if I get a few moments, I'll totally add to that.
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    I'm all for this! I've got a Line 6 UX1 coming from a guy on here so I can finally start recording again. Whenever that gets here I'm immediately catching up on some past-due collabs then I'm jumping on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75lespaul View Post
    That's killer, man! I don't know how I could follow that with my old school rock and blues bases soloing BUT if I get a few moments, I'll totally add to that.
    Thanks man. I don't consider my self a metal player either so give it a go. I'm looking forward to hearing some of you pros rip it up.

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    Out of curiosity what is the chord progression? I have some ideas brewing for this.

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    http://snd.sc/xXXeRk

    Finally got around to playing with it. Kept the stripped back take. Royer R121 on the speaker cone (Vintage 30 speaker), API 3124+ preamp. Guitar is a PRS McCarty (neck Wolfetone Marshallhead pickup). Amp is a Bogner Shiva EL-34 Non Reverb (older one) - overdrive channel w/ boost.


    And UberMetalDood... that was just plain sick. I guess there's a reason I stick to pop music
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericmeyer4 View Post
    Out of curiosity what is the chord progression? I have some ideas brewing for this.
    One cycle = E-E-E-E A-A E-E B A E

    Great tone 90's Guy! I originally thought you would record it over the parts that UMD left empty. But there aren't any rules. Might actually be better the way it's going. In fact as long as no-one messes with the level or eq of the backing track it should be easy to hook them all up at the end. Then everyone can have a go and aren't constrained by the track length!
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    I downloaded Uber's and the original into Sonar, nudged the original a little bit to get it to match up with what he did as they were off a few beats, now it's ready to record. Hope I can get to it tomorrow. Don't know what guitar to use! It's between the Jesuscaster (Custom 5), 75 Custom (Super Distortion), or the 81 LP (Brobucker).
    Last edited by 75lespaul; 03-15-2012 at 08:54 PM.
    My songs....enjoy! (hopefully )

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    or for older stuff too, but slower downloads
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    700 watts is ok for small clubs, but when you play with a loud drummer or at a medium-large sized venue, you really need 1,500-watts at least. no one should be left alive.

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    I had a play with this earlier. i did a take, a bit sloppy. I clicked something wrong on the second one and nothing got recorded.
    I will have another go at it later today

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75lespaul View Post
    I downloaded Uber's and the original into Sonar, nudged the original a little bit to get it to match up with what he did as they were off a few beats, now it's ready to record. Hope I can get to it tomorrow. Don't know what guitar to use! It's between the Jesuscaster (Custom 5), 75 Custom (Super Distortion), or the 81 LP (Brobucker).
    I was going to record those tracks again for a clearer recording. Let me work on it and I'll try to post it today.

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