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(@rockerman)
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i definatley have to agree with argen, i like to make a song my own, p.s.
argen i love to solo over the blues jam tracks you did, im not good on computers, but would love to download them, and burn them onto a cd, but don"t how to do it :?


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(@ignar-hillstrom)
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Well, you'll have to convert the MIDI files to MP3 or wav to burn them to a audio cd, try to find a freeware converter on google and then use your favourite burn-program. But if I were you I'd buy one of the many 'jam track' cd's that you can buy at every decent music store for a few bucks. Usually of a lot higher quality.


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(@rockerman)
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thanks argen, i"ll do that, that was a great article you did for gn, hope you do more


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(@taso)
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you being you, Layla, Wonderful Tonight and other clapton songs feature plenty of great examples).
Now I know how Deniro feels, being type casted into Mafia roles ;)

Indeed, I'm exploring the article possibilities right now actually. Good thinking Arjen.

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(@noteboat)
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Clapton tunes are great for learning techniques. So often his solos or riffs are built around a single concept, clearly played. Layla is a great example of hammers, Wonderful Tonight for bends, etc.

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