First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by Crank-N-Jam » April 2nd, 2009, 6:06 pm

Dan T. wrote:Hey Jason & Kalle, I'll form a team with you guys if you're interested. I can do the mixing as well. You can pick your slots too & I'll take what's left.

Dan

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Count me in! Can I have the first spot?

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by smokindog » April 2nd, 2009, 10:21 pm

1, If anyone cant get hold of a BT PM me and I will post a link on a sound click site or something :D
2. Feel free to recruit your own team. you can PM anyone you like that has not done this in a while and is still an active member of GN. It is after all a "Invitational Jam"
3. After you are done, E-mail me your mp3 and I will post it on the GN jam site and then send you a link so that YOU can post it on Hear Here. (I'll Post a thread for this when the time comes).
4, No reason anyone cant be in more than one team :!:

Thats as far forward as I can think right now, the brain is starting to hurt a bit :wink: Any suggestions are welcome

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by Dan T. » April 3rd, 2009, 2:56 am

Crank-N-Jam wrote:
Dan T. wrote:Hey Jason & Kalle, I'll form a team with you guys if you're interested. I can do the mixing as well. You can pick your slots too & I'll take what's left.

Dan

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2-1:36-3:09
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Count me in! Can I have the first spot?

Jason
You bet Jason! 8)

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Kalle or Vic, if one of you want to grab either the 2nd or 3rd slot, I'll take the other. 1st come, 1st served! :twisted:

Dan
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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by Gabba Gabba Hey » April 3rd, 2009, 6:25 am

If there's anyone like me with close to zero soloing skills who would like to do a "beginner" level team, let me know. I do okay with rhythm stuff and Byrdsy arpeggios, but coming up with a solo is another story. But I'd like to take the leap ... anyone else?

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by Kalle_in_Sweden » April 3rd, 2009, 9:08 am

You bet Jason! 8)

1-start-1:36 - Crank-N-Jam
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Kalle or Vic, if one of you want to grab either the 2nd or 3rd slot, I'll take the other. 1st come, 1st served! :twisted:

Dan[/quote]

Hi Dan
I ´l take 2nd slot.

Kalle

PS we could be more than 3 guitars on this song , adding a distorded rythm guitar as background to the lead guitars , as Led Zeppelin does in "Since I've been loving you". If you do´t have this recording send me an email.
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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by almann1979 » April 3rd, 2009, 10:19 am

hey cool, im not the last to be picked!! :lol: :lol:
celt, thanks for taking care of this one.

thanks - what can i say, i know im going to have to raise my game considering the high calibre of my teammates.
im looking forward to this one and i have also just finished for 2 weeks off over easter, so i should get it done over the next few days.

do i need to PM anybody to formally accept?? or do i do that here?

oh and vic, funny you should mention the lancashire hot pots -
if anybody out there wants to know what lancashire is all about, please follow this link - i sing it every friday in the car home from work ("THE LANCASHIRE HOTPOTS" - chippy tea!!!!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kG1wJT4a ... re=related
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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by Dan T. » April 3rd, 2009, 10:45 am

Kalle_in_Sweden wrote:You bet Jason! 8)

1-start-1:36 - Crank-N-Jam
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Kalle or Vic, if one of you want to grab either the 2nd or 3rd slot, I'll take the other. 1st come, 1st served! :twisted:

Dan

Hi Dan
I ´l take 2nd slot.

Kalle

PS we could be more than 3 guitars on this song , adding a distorded rythm guitar as background to the lead guitars , as Led Zeppelin does in "Since I've been loving you". If you do´t have this recording send me an email.
You got it Kalle! :D

1-start-1:36 - Crank-N-Jam
2-1:36-3:09 - Kalle_in_Sweden
3-3:09-end - Dan T.

I'll PM you both my email addy.

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by Celt » April 3rd, 2009, 11:49 am

almann1979 wrote:do i need to PM anybody to formally accept?? or do i do that here?
No, You're all set. I'll Pm my email to you and we'll get this show on the roads.

This is turning into quite the active project.
Thanks Dog for revitalizing this forum.

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by smokindog » April 4th, 2009, 4:22 am

Gabba Gabba Hey wrote:If there's anyone like me with close to zero soloing skills who would like to do a "beginner" level team, let me know. I do okay with rhythm stuff and Byrdsy arpeggios, but coming up with a solo is another story. But I'd like to take the leap ... anyone else?

If you don't find anyone to jam with in the next few days or so PM me and we will figure something out. Don't worry about your soloing skills, this is about learning a thing or two and having fun :D

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by dogbite » April 5th, 2009, 7:51 am

I've got a question regarding the backing track.
I am unsure what part of the song is represented.
I am unsure of the changes.
does the BT start at the beginning?
I listen to the original song and can follow along, but the BT has me a bit lost.
dog. give me some perspective.
thanks.

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by smokindog » April 5th, 2009, 8:21 am

dogbite wrote:I've got a question regarding the backing track.
I am unsure what part of the song is represented.
I am unsure of the changes.
does the BT start at the beginning?
I listen to the original song and can follow along, but the BT has me a bit lost.
dog. give me some perspective.
thanks.

Its more of a "Since I've been loving You" TYPE of BT. It's not the same chord progression. You should be able to use Cm pentatonic scales. I don't really know what chord progression is, I just noodled around till I got something that worked(at least to my ear) :wink: I also put a capo on the 3rd fret and played around the Am shape (Cm).

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by dogbite » April 5th, 2009, 8:34 am

woof. ok. that is what I sensed.
there are noodle zones (without capo) around the third and fifth frets, the eight ,twelfth frets, the fifteenth and seventeenth frets.
Cm, Fm, Gm, Ab are a few chords that work.

allright. I will play around and try to get my fingers to work.
thanks.

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by smokindog » April 5th, 2009, 8:37 am

Here is a good bass and drum BT to "Since I've Been Loving You". Its pretty close to the original. Have fun :twisted:
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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by dogbite » April 6th, 2009, 3:41 am

I finally got my head around the BT. having fun bending the strings. I hope to finish this week.

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Re: First Annual Spring Invitational Jam

Post by Celt » April 6th, 2009, 3:49 pm

dogbite wrote:I finally got my head around the BT. having fun bending the strings. I hope to finish this week.
Likewise

Actually I just laid down my safety track.That's the one that I"ll use if
nothing better comes to me or I don't have time to redo it.

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