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(@hueseph)
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I had a whack at it. Messed with it. Butchered it. Hated what I had done but not letting you hear how badly I can massacre it was not in me. Sorry. I left the groove all alone as It's the only thing that sounded as it should. :oops:

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Posted : 25/04/2007 6:20 am
(@dan-t)
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I actually really like what you did Hue! 8) I just PM'd you too. :D

Dan

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge

 
Posted : 25/04/2007 10:33 am
(@hueseph)
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Thanks Dan. It's really hard to "add" to something which, to my ears, is essentially complete.

https://soundcloud.com/hue-nery/hue-audio-sampler

 
Posted : 25/04/2007 5:06 pm
(@artlutherie)
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Man I'm having a hard time making my Strat compliment the mix. I'm needing more crunch.

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Posted : 27/04/2007 2:13 pm
(@hueseph)
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A&L Just be creative with it. Just because it sounds heavy doesn't mean your solo has to sound heavy to sit in. What are you using to record?

https://soundcloud.com/hue-nery/hue-audio-sampler

 
Posted : 27/04/2007 2:23 pm
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A&L Just be creative with it. Just because it sounds heavy doesn't mean your solo has to sound heavy to sit in.

Good advice Hue! :D

Dan

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge

 
Posted : 27/04/2007 3:05 pm
(@coloradofenderbender)
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I like this one. It is different from most of the other jams. I am going to have to play around with it this weekend & see if anything good bubbles to the top. In my head, I hear two guitars playing in harmony. Thanks for the chords - saves me time having to figure it out myself.

 
Posted : 27/04/2007 3:16 pm
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Glad to have you aboard CFB! 8) I'll PM you my email addy. The twin guitar harmony idea sounds cool. :D

Dan

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge

 
Posted : 27/04/2007 5:46 pm
 Celt
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A&L Just be creative with it. Just because it sounds heavy doesn't mean your solo has to sound heavy to sit in.

Good advice Hue! :D

I just submitted my piece and it's totally not heavy.

John

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Posted : 27/04/2007 6:15 pm
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A&L Just be creative with it. Just because it sounds heavy doesn't mean your solo has to sound heavy to sit in.

Good advice Hue! :D

I just submitted my piece and it's totally not heavy.

John

But it is very cool! 8) Got it & gave it a quick listen at work - sounds good John! :D

Dan

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Posted : 27/04/2007 8:13 pm
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A&L Just be creative with it. Just because it sounds heavy doesn't mean your solo has to sound heavy to sit in. What are you using to record?

My interface isn't the best but it works. I've got Guitar(Strat)->Danelectro Honeytone headphone amp(with distortion on, Audacity doesn't seem to have distortion))->Audacity. I'm recording dry and adding effects later.

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Posted : 28/04/2007 2:38 am
(@hueseph)
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I'd have to suggest using Kristal. It's a better program for multitracking. It also allows for real time use of VST effects of which there are tons of free ones available. Particularly tubebaby which has a great fender twin type sound and the MDA effects suite which has a jcm900 emulator among other things. There are also the kjaerhaus classic plugins for compression, eq, verb and the like. Anyway, sorry to hijack this thread.

https://soundcloud.com/hue-nery/hue-audio-sampler

 
Posted : 28/04/2007 4:32 am
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No problem Hue - good info you're giving out - nothing wrong with that. :D

Well, the jam is off to a good start, with some jammers already submitting their versions. Some good stuff coming in. 8) Plenty of time for everyone else, and new people to jump in too, so don't feel rushed. Have fun with it! :D Just to keep things organized; here's the progress report so far:

OneWingedAngel - Done

Hueseph - Done

Celt - Done

Chuckster

Kalle in Sweden

art&lutherie

ColoradoFenderBender

Dan T.

8)
Dan

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Posted : 28/04/2007 1:19 pm
(@chuckster)
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Dan, I'm a bit snowed under at the moment and not sure I can get something in by the deadline.

I'll see what I can do cos I really want a go at this one but don't hold things up on my account.

Sorry 'bout that but life just got very hectic all of a sudden.

Cheers.

8)

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It was them that turned me to drink.

 
Posted : 01/05/2007 5:02 am
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No problem chuckster, I understand. Still have a month to go though, (6/1/07 is the deadline), so plenty of time. :D

Dan

BTW, a new Gibson LP would sound sweet on this! 8) :twisted:

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge

 
Posted : 01/05/2007 10:24 am
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