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hmm, tbh it sounds more like a 3rd rate version of 90's rock than nu metal.
I write solo classical guitar music now. New pieces being performed and recorded next month on campus, woot!
that's how these guys record (more about the process is included with the actual DVD): [media]
but they practice a shit ton together and it's...
this technique has actually helped me out quite a bit. cheers.
sickest shit ever posted on here.
Can't help you, but even if it is someone else's riff, you could pull a Dallas Toler-Wade and just tell your bandmates you wrote it in your sleep...
About four years ago I went for two semesters before I realized I wanted to be on the other side of the glass (the one playing, not recording)....
the best of both worlds.
Hey Mike, isn't quantize short for quantization, which does have meaning can be looked at as another form of editing?
IF you go the classical route, you need to focus on planting properly and technique before you even think about learning a bunch of pieces,...
Yep, everything is good here now. :kickass: Really appreciate you helping me out.
I actually sent my Profire back and got a Saffire Pro 40...
At any rate, the accounts of the actual concert goers is what's being overlooked here, so let's just forget about the mix up.
I did, that's why I didn't include his remark. I assumed the photo was from the links, and you assumed I posted it.
Nope, that was included with the original post I copied it from.
edit: Ah, I see now. You guys think I'm the one who included the photo to try...
dunno, I copy/pasted it from somewhere else.
Well yeah, assuming the photo coincides with the statements and occurred after the fact. But I wouldn't ignore multiple accounts based one photo.
a different account from people who were actually there.
I'll just leave this here.
Gave this a shot. Unplugged my router, cable, tv. No luck :(
I honestly don't know if the problem is the gear or the power, because I'm using...