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Discussion in 'Tab & Music Forum' started by fezz parka, Jun 25, 2019.
It's about making the music that's inside you. From that standpoint...the playing field is level.
Very similar to the DMaj7 D#dim7 Em7 progression we used in PMW #2, it's something I use a lot. Thanks for the new exercise, I'll get to work on it after bacon sandwiches and more tea.
I'm way behind... I have two homework to do
I’m torn between work and family. I’ll die before I become a competent musician
Rubbish. You should be all refreshed after your trip to Barcelona, new toys on the way, loads of music stuff to learn and play. You never had it so good...
Refreshed? It was a frustrating trip lol. I hate theme parks; the one we've visited was the worst I have ever been to. I need a vacation from the vacation
I can't wait to receive the toys, they'd probably collect dust LOL
All right! Enough already. Congratulations! You just earned your Second Degree Miserable Old Curmudgeon badge. Now, go forth and ... make music.
LOL thanks for the badge, its an honor
Whoa, fantastic submissions so far! I won't be able to start mine until later today but some great ideas and performances here. Bravo!
Here's my go at it. This one was particularly fun, especially the rhythm parts. I took the liberty to do a touch of rearranging with the A and B parts to get it to flow the way I wanted. I in particular wanted the break in the middle and more build-up towards the end and wanted a bit more time to work with. I figured this is a composition exercise and such arrangement is part of composition.
Great submission Kevin. Really nice to listen to. Yes!
There was a Robin Hood type outlaw in Old California. Some rocks in Chatsworth are named after him. Here's my take on it.
Damn it fezz, your mix is so loud I can hear my tonearm starting to pick up intergroove distortion! Epic theme though!
I came upstairs with the intention of making music, only to be greeted with a scene of some destruction. I have one of those cheap water-based coolers that you can get as a substitute for 'real' AC. I'd put it on a cardboard box full of packing materials, so it wouldn't transmit so much vibration noise to the bedrooms below. The box must have got slightly soggy, so collapsed, sending the cooler flying and emptying the gunky water tank all over the floor.
Praise be, it missed the rack holding my favourite guitars, which might have tipped onto the rack containing my other guitars... and my 335 was in its case downstairs, because it can get so hot up here. Also, no water tipped into my Hackintosh, which has the case opened up while I perform 'open Hard Drive surgery'.
Sorry, all terribly off-topic, but there goes my little music session.
The lower your track count is...the louder the mix can be! LOL
These trick chord szs
I just try to find something that
I can do,
That's what we all do!
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Joaquin Murrieta Carrillo?
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Its in the song title: Tibercio Vasquez.
Great southwestern flavor! I was so into listening, I forgot to watch my step. Now I got iguana goo on my boots. Dang it!