new song idea..


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03/24/2006 12:54 am
Here is a new song well its a song idea in the making.. let me know what yas think.. I need to remix it but its just a rough song at the moment...
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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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03/24/2006 1:06 am
It sounds quite good. If I were to offer you any critisim, I'd suggest giving the introduction more time than you have before coming in with the lead. My 2 cents. You record that with your Petrucci?
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03/24/2006 1:07 am
well I have a version with that leading into it.. but im just posting a section of the song.. and yep thats with my JPEBMM :)
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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03/24/2006 1:16 am
Sweet. I like your tone, now all you need is a drum track and you'll be set.
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03/24/2006 1:19 am
Originally Posted by: Julian VickersSweet. I like your tone, now all you need is a drum track and you'll be set.

ty:) there is a fair bit of clipping on the solo as prs pointed out.. but its going to be re-recorded with drums and a chorus and so on..
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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03/24/2006 2:54 am
silentmusic, ive always liked your stuff. nicely written section here, keep it up.
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03/24/2006 3:30 am
i suggest making the rythim quieter then the lead guitar cause its hard to tell them apart.
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03/24/2006 3:38 am
Sounding great man
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03/24/2006 9:14 am
Re-mixed it a bit... the solo is quieter now so u can hear my backing track better..link..
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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03/24/2006 1:42 pm
That sounded great.. I really enjoyed that... I would buy it.
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03/24/2006 2:34 pm
thats amazing. i cant compose a song like that.
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03/24/2006 7:37 pm
Originally Posted by: Tonja_ReneeThat sounded great.. I really enjoyed that... I would buy it.

ty :) and when its finished it will be free :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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03/24/2006 11:55 pm
Originally Posted by: AkiraSounds great silentmusic!

I'm working on a song at the moment too. Just thought I'd inform you all of that so you can regret reading this post.

ty bud:) and the two 5 second clips u sent me of your new song sound.. well short but great :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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03/25/2006 12:24 am
Originally Posted by: Akira

P.S. Stop getting people's hopes up. :rolleyes:

No!! :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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03/27/2006 6:13 pm
Originally Posted by: Akira*enforces the law*


sorry boss.. :eek: :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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