Original Rock Instrumental - Freak Out!!!

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  1. Shredcow

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    Hello all,
    Here is my 2nd thread and I'm going to post a little piece I did up a few months back.

    Its a funny little piece, I wanted to emulate the kind of feeling you get when you are all happy, only to discover something has gone terribly wrong and you freak out. In a humorous way. [​IMG]

    I actually tried to incorporate key changes into the song and stuff like harmonics and over-the-top-harmony. There are a LOT of guitars in the song.

    Anyway, without further delay, enjoy!

    Freak Out! Mp3


    PS. My little music site is http://music.download.com/Shredcows
     
  2. webb

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    Thanks. That's a fun little clip you've got there. Reminds me of Vai's Flexable.:BEER
     
  3. jaymeister

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    Cool tune...The layering of the guitar is well done.
     
  4. johnfindlay

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    I love this--tis a freak-out!--did you write this??-
    totally insane!!! this is the best metal circus guitar stuff Ive heard0since Vai--mind you i dont know the style all that well-but so fun & entertaining-
    and hahahahapppeeeee!:dude

    my style basically has been the same sine just before EVH came on to the scence-so i can barely tap--unless its the JB tap..LOL!
     
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    Wow, great job on all levels. Congrats.
     
  6. Kappy

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    Terrific track man! Really nice job. This is a style I seldom enjoy listening to anymore, but you really made it fun again. Good work!
     
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    A joy to the ears!:AOK Nice work!
     
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    man I love clips like this. It's so cool hearing something completely different for a change. Nice production.
     
  9. Shredcow

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    Hey guys, yeah, I wrote this. Was feeling particularly inspired hence I guess its niceness. :) Thanks for the kind comments.

    Any tips for improvement? Always on the look out for room to improve...
     
  10. michael.e

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    Yeah, you really need to work on your imagination, techinque and chops.
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    :D

    Great job! Very engaging though I do not listen to much of this style. Congrats :BEER !
     
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    I'll listen tomorrow again-but thinking back there's a few spots that get a
    'bit absurd'-by that I mean -it just need to calm down here & there- its minor stuff-maybe just leave a tad of space here & there..just an idea...!

    JF
     
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    Shredcow,
    This would make the ex Zappa guitarist's Vai, Keneally and Zappa himself smile!
    I smile too:D

    This is some Great original stuff here, let us know when the CD is out cause I want a copy!!!

    Keep it up

    Peace
     
  13. jimijam

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    Oh wow.. I was listening to Slinky Pinky Thing not Freak Out!

    hmmmmm

    Listened to Freak Out now.... WOW again
    :AOK

    That one works too. Kind of makes me feel like I indulged in a little chemical amusment aide
     
  14. Shredcow

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    I get what you are saying man... there's room for maturity (to a certain extent in this style IMO) I think but I have not really gotten a good grasp of it. :) Waiting for your comments!
     
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    Sure! :) If i ever get a CD out, I'll let everyone know. :p
     
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    :eek:
     
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    :)I never cease to be amazed by the talent of many of the members on this site. To borrow from Duke Ellington (or whoever said it), there have only been two types of music to me: good and bad. This playing is creative and accomplished, and good. Thanks for sharing.
     
  18. Shredcow

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    thanks SonicBlues. I've got more to share. :)
     
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    Yeah...I'm still waiting on my copy,too. I've currently got Freak Out as the ring tone on my cell phone :dude

    -Stan
     
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    Hahaha.. its a good ring tone aye Stan? ;)
     

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