Backing track for the weekend...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Ed DeGenaro, May 27, 2005.


  1. Weldaar

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    Great backing. Excellent take Ed!

    Very Jeff Beckish IMO...
     
  2. Normster

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    Sweet! Most of the stuff you post is so far over my head, I can't even comment. This, however, speaks to me. :D

    BTW, awesome solo...the tone is just incredible.
     
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    Nice tone. Loved your take also. Now I gotta do my own take. Hopefully it will be as tasty as you guys just did.
     
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    Fantastic backing! I'm on it later today....

    Ed, I loved the takes. Both had killer stuff. I think Ipreferred the laid back phrases in take 2.

    Anton, great playing! Very tasty stuff....

    See you guys soon!

    Scott
     
  7. Bob Savage

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    Um, I like the rock jams better. :)

    hEre iS MY tAKe aNd sTUFf

    Oh and yes, there's a low end hum in there... not sure where it's from, but it's software, and I'm too lazy to find and fix it...
     
  8. Ed DeGenaro

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    Turn the aux buss on and off...
    BTW, release version 8.2 is up now.
    www.samplitude.com
     
  9. Bob Savage

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    You mean just cycle the aux's and that will get rid of it, or cycle them to see which one is doing it?

    Yep, I used 8.2 on this jam. I'm really starting to dig Samp... methinks bye bye SONAR for "good."
     
  10. Woodyworld

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    Great backing track - thanks for posting ed

    Great playing and tones by all !!

    here's my attempt:

    Woodys_take
     
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    Ant, awesome tone and tasty playing! If I had half your chops I'd be 1000 times better! :D

    Ed, as usual, you're so far over my head I have trouble commenting. I did like the second clip better, but not sure why.

    Bob, fluid playing and great variety of techniques.

    Woodyworld, as a Carlton fan I gotta say I liked your take best. Way to quote the man! (You've got me inspired to try this later today.):dude
     
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    Nice to hear your stuff again Bob! Great flow and ncie creamy tone. Loved the whammy stuff. Cool pinches at the end.

    Scott
     
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    Smokin cool Woody! Which rig was that? Did not sound like the OD50. Loved the quote as well. Nice sparkly clean tone.

    Scott
     
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    I loved it:dude

    Normster - Thanks mate. It's so cool to see how differently everyone attacking this track.
     
  16. Woodyworld

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    Thanks Scott (our post must have crossed).

    Yes It was the OD50 (boost off) and all the same set up but with the wizards. Strings are completely dead on the Suhr so might explain why the 'brightness' was not there as normal. (Sounds completley different through the THD's)
     
  17. Bob Savage

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    Good Lord, I'm glad I didn't listen to your guys takes before I posted mine. Every single one of you guys laid down the law in your own way!

    Scott: Would you have guessed that was the Uberschall on the gain channel, setup the way I do for high gain stuff, using the volume knob on my guitar and pickups changes only?

    And thanks Normster!
     
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    I came across this with the new release yesterday. Turning the offending aux off did the trick. In my case it was an aux run off another aux. Just solo the aux' until you find the offender and let me know whether it did the trick. Seems a bug snug in there again.
     

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