new song :)


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08/13/2005 3:24 pm
Lifted
The song is called lifted..check it out guys n gals see what yas think hope yas like :)
The solo was improvised so there are some bum notes in the song :rolleyes: I will be redoing the solo shortly and will upload soon :cool:
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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08/13/2005 4:18 pm
anyone :eek:
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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08/13/2005 11:26 pm
ok Akira thanx.. I just noticed that lol opps.. :eek:
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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08/13/2005 11:47 pm
Sounds a little like Satriani at times, you can listen to the low-fi and yes you may wanna re-do parts of the solo.
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08/13/2005 11:53 pm
Originally Posted by: rgrandsireSounds a little like Satriani at times, you can listen to the low-fi and yes you may wanna re-do parts of the solo.

Thanx rgrandsire yep ima do parts of the solo again....I sometimes forgot where I was with the solo as it was improvised lol :rolleyes: but hey thems the breaks.. thanx for your feedback:)
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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08/14/2005 12:25 am
Originally Posted by: AkiraHaving already listened to the track prior to this thread being made. I'd say it's a pretty kick-ass track. A Petrucci influence is evident in some places. Good work.

(And this was at the incredible bit rate of 24Kbits/sec :eek: )


Thanx Akira:) and sorry about the poor quality lol :rolleyes:
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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08/14/2005 1:16 am
Hey that was really good! Sounds a lot like Satriani's Starry Night.

I would sugget re-recording it without the bum notes though.
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08/14/2005 11:02 am
Originally Posted by: CW14Hey that was really good! Sounds a lot like Satriani's Starry Night.

I would sugget re-recording it without the bum notes though.

Thanx CW and dont worry ima re-record it lol :D
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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08/14/2005 11:39 pm
ok peeps and peepetts my song has been on soundclick for 24 hours so u can get the good quality mp3 lol it sounds better than the lo-fi :rolleyes:
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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08/15/2005 6:17 am
I liked it, nice mood and general flow. Yeah, there's some room for improvement and polishing, but nice job so far.
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08/15/2005 10:55 am
Originally Posted by: R. ShackleferdI liked it, nice mood and general flow. Yeah, there's some room for improvement and polishing, but nice job so far.

Thanx Shackleferd :) I hopefuly will have the new improved version finished this week :cool:
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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08/23/2005 7:02 am
i wish i could play that fast
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08/23/2005 12:42 pm
Originally Posted by: Hambergi wish i could play that fast


Practice ... get a metronome and start of slow going through scales and so on... then build up speed gradually .. :)
Akira says;
"i was expecting some 3476 string string skipping with some 23489172343 octave sweeps and some alt picking runs at 345734237623572bpm in 234872364781246164516th notes across your 2384723648724627348623478264 fret guitar"
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