go for baroque

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  1. tedm

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    well, I might have "baroque" it, but you gotta admit I ended on the right note, I'm pretty sure...
     
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    Ted, I deleted my mean spirited comment.
     
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    love that stuff..now wheres the chants at...???
     
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    thanks!

    here's a piece with the guitar mixed back and compressed a tad:

    http://www.tedm.com/mp3s/baroque2.mp3

     
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    it with a slght verb...you may need to and some low mids to the backing track...try that..
     
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    I'm mixed in here so low, it might be hard to hear the guitar:

    http://www.tedm.com/mp3s/baroque3.mp3

     
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    guitars..only!!!..
     
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    You certainly march to the beat of a different conductor.:D
     
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    What happened to the TedM clip ban?:D
     
  14. have you tried doing a wet-dry clip of that? maybe with some reverb or something, would make it much more spacious and ambient; might help with the inherant dissonance between a classical track and distorted guitar. maybe some phaser?
     
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    Not a classical music fan?? It's not that hard, I'm finding it's mostly major scales. You could probably wail over these backing tracks.

     
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    More like "not a TedM fan"...as for anything not being hard, the results speak for itself. Hell, I can't even play this out of tune on a fretless..
    http://www.eddegenaro.com/audio/killingpuccini.mp3
     
  17. i would LOVE to hear ed do some backing tracks for the tedm classical work. get that fretless out and let's hear some wail!:dude
     
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    pan delay...without harmony..now theres too much goin on in there..let the music breathe ted..
     
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    I did take the phasor out on that harmony take, but the dissonance wasn't intended, it was just a result. I'm trying to lower the fuzz guitar in the mix, but still keep it a classical music piece, something you'd hear on the classical radio station and not think twice about it.

     
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    Wow, that puccini stuff sounds weird, try some bach or vivaldi, it's pretty straight fast scales, very little note bending or vibrato, just fast scales.

     
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