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Backing Tracks / Re: Community project: In The World
« Last post by Vladan on May 29, 2020, 05:08:28 AM »
Long time since this thread was updated last time.
Adter couple of years there is a new entry, by someone from another forum, Mr. ragman1:

https://vladanmovies.blogspot.com/2020/05/in-world-version-by-ragman1-alfred.html
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    Notes:
    • Number of notes per string alternate from 3 to 4, between adjacent strings
    • Slides are used to play 4 notes per string
    • No slides are needed to play 3 notes per string
    • You can ascend by one shape, descend by other, switch in the middle, ...
    • This is just a diagram with options, it's up to you to use it!
    Preview:

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    Recording Studio / Re: Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep, in slow Afro, solo guitar
    « Last post by Vladan on May 11, 2020, 04:11:59 AM »
    Direcr YouTube link




    00:00-00:57 _ Verse, speeding up, with rhythmic variations and bridge.........................
    00:57-01:41 _ 1st chorus, 2 variations, with ending lick.................................................
    01:41 - End  _ 2nd chorus, step up, 2 more variations with another ending lick.............
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    Recording Studio / Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep, in slow Afro, solo guitar
    « Last post by Vladan on May 04, 2020, 07:20:55 AM »
    Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep, in slow Afro, solo guitar
    - composed by Lally Stott (RIP), all credits to his legacy
    - the best known version by Middle of the Road


    (Click on picture will redirect you to my blog page)

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    Direct YouTube link:



    Sent from My Blog Page
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    When the Saints Go Marching In
    key of E, C shape with capo on 4th fret
    on unplugged Telecaster Squier


    (Click on picture will redirect you to my blog page)



    Sent from My Blog Page
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    Oh Susanna,
    Direct Youtube link


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    Recording Studio / Oh Susanna, (fingerstyle) on unplugged Squier Telecast MIJ E6...
    « Last post by Vladan on March 30, 2020, 05:43:21 AM »
    Oh Susanna,
    (fingerstyle) on unplugged
    Squier Telecaster MIJ E6...


    (click on picture will redirect you to blogspot.com page)



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    Recording Studio / Re: Ticket to ride, Catatonic version
    « Last post by Vladan on March 10, 2020, 05:15:32 AM »
    Direct YouTube link
    Ticket to ride (Lennon - Mc Cartney), Catatonic variation on The Beatles

    (click on picture will redirect you to Youtube)


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    Recording Studio / Re: Ticket to ride, Catatonic version
    « Last post by Vladan on March 08, 2020, 06:12:23 AM »
    About gear used and recording  process, before weekend ends.

    Guitar:
    - Squier Tele MIJ E6 Series, 1986-1987.
    Guitar is stock, except:
    - Wilkinson compensated bridge
    - Neck PU was rewound at one time, to unknown spec. Guy who did it said he made it stronger.
    - Strings: Tomastick BeBop 12, about 3.5 years old
    - Attached Roland GK3 MIDI pick up

    Synths:
    - Yamaha QY70
    - Some soft synth loaded in Multitrack DAW

    Recording gear and routing:
    - Squier to Boss SE70.
    - GK3 to GI20 converter, sending MIDI data simultaneously to Yamaha QY70 and to PC DAW.
    - Boss SE70 and QY70 audio outputs plugged into Behringer BCA2000, connected via USB to PC DAW.

    Sounds:
    - "Chords", panned mid left: neck PU to Electro Acoustic preset on SE70
    - "Solo", panned center: Squier/GK3/GI20 triggering Yamaha QY70, some flute preset, don't know for sure. Recorded into DAW as audio
    - Doubled solo, panned mid right: MIDI data from GK3, recorded simoultaneously with audio from QY70, triggering some DAW soft synth sound.
    - Backing track, one repeating pattern, stereo: drums and bass QY70, from "Goa style" pattern, with "out of sync" percussion from some other "style".

    MIX
    - EQ, compression, some delay and reverb on "chords".
    - No editing, except fade out, each track recorded in one take, no punch ins.
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