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5/28/1999 6:03 AM
GFR
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Listen to me playing! "Odd"" target="_blank">http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Studio/2987/odd.mp3">"Odd" (589K) is an instrumental tune which alternates 5/4 with 4/4 time signatures. "Cabala"" target="_blank">http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Studio/2987/cabala.mp3">"Cabala" (2,4M) is a fusion instrumental. "Noite"" target="_blank">http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Studio/2987/noite.mp3">"Noite" ("Night") (1,8M) is a blues with lyrics in portuguese. The three compositions are mine. All sequences programmed by me, all instruments played by me.
 
5/30/1999 1:25 PM
aron
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Sounds good!!!!  
 
I enjoyed them!  
 
Aron
 
 
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5/31/1999 6:17 AM
Bjorn
Great stuff!  
 
Bjorn
 
5/31/1999 3:24 PM
Tobias Karlsson
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I like the "Cabala". Cool sounds and rythm.  
What was the effects you were using?  
Harmonizers? Guitarsynth? Steeldrums?  
 
Tobias Karlsson in Sweden
 
6/1/1999 5:44 AM
gfr
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Thanks everyone for your comments.  
 
"Cabala":  
 
The rythm guitar was compressed (BOSS SE-50) and recorded direct.  
 
The main theme is the "FAT Screamer" with a 100W Twin clone + closed back 4x12", recorded with a SM-57 then to the SE-50 for some reverb. The phasing you hear is done with software (CoolEdit).  
 
The first solo is the same setup plus a VOX 847 wha.  
 
The second solo is a Washburn VGA-15 solid state amp, miked with the SM57 and then to the SE-50 where I use the harmonizer, then direct to the soundcard.  
 
The synths/drums/bass are a Yamaha PSR310 keyboard.  
 
If you want to go into some detail about it, we can move to the "Recording" forum.
 
6/1/1999 10:00 AM
Tobias Karlsson
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"If you want to go into some detail about it, we can move to the "Recording" forum."  
 
You have cured my curiosity!  
I enjoy very much listening to other guitarplayers "home work" around the net so, thank you!  
 
Tobias
 
6/3/1999 3:24 AM
Steve A.
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GFR:  
 
    I finally got around to messing with my Event Gina card and transferred some old recordings into MP3 files tonight:  
 
http://www.techaccessinc.com/blueguitar/sounds.htm  
 
    Thanks for all of the help with this digital audio stuff!  
 
Steve Ahola
 
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