Mid Week Backing Track - Odd Time Signature

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  1. fendrguitplayr

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    9/8 bass and drums only. Have fun with it.

     
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    Thank you Mike. I probably won't get to it until tonight or tomorrow. I will be spending some time with my very cool 7-month-old grandson today.
     
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    Ah, I know the feeling. Enjoy the time Alan. It goes by so fast!
     
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    I added a one finger piano roll note for texture here and there..

     
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    What fun!

     
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    Back to my Strat. I added a rhythm track. I think the lead was basically in A mixolydian, but I am not entirely sure.

     
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    Very mysterious sounding. What kind of pedal is on the guitar? The synth really adds atmosphere. The whole thing sounds like a detective looking for clues in a dark alley.
     
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    The really imaginative tracks tend to conjure up an image for me. This one sounds like a psychedelic grinding machine. Quite enjoyable!
     
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    Very nice fluid lines throughout. Kind of a jazz cafe vibe.

    I used an autowah plugin (post mix) The backer gave me a mysterious and minimal vibe.

    The two tracks combined for a fun listen. The 3:26" riff fit very well.
     
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    quick sketch



    have to leave full freakout to the coming weekend

    three chords, Am F G thereabouts
     
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    Here's mine. Thanks Mike:

     
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    Interesting and added organ? Your guitar was hard to hear in the mix.

    Some wild effects and groovy textures, Alan. At 3:50" it took a nice turn.
     
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    Thanks, Mike, I think ;) I'm not quite sure of this



     
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    fendrguitplayr Very funky techno vibe with the wah and the synth. Imaginative and fun listen.

    knh555 This is pretty much in your wheelhouse, Kevin Good mix both guitars and a sweet track.

    guitarsophist Sweet, it sounds complete . Very good mix of both guitar tracks. I liked those ascending lines.
    ndcaster Some areas, the guitar gets lost the mix a little but overall the organ and the lead complement each other well

    Alan L Cole Whoa, that's some effects. Sounded pretty good and sweet add on to the track.

    Mjark Cool take! Nice add on with rhythm track and very nice lines
     
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    It kind of forces you to think outside the box and you played some creative riffs throughout, Mike.
    The second guitar track fits real well here too.

    @Mjark - Lots of different ideas in your take and the rhythm guitar helps jazz things up. Nice!
     
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    @fendrguitplayr - Track has a cool jazz fusion vibe Mike. That is a cool synth patch too. Nice free form riffin'.
    @knh555 - Dig that rythm guitar track and tone - nice psychodelic vibe to your riffin'. Cool use of that feedback.
    @guitarsophist - Really nice guitar playing and track. That rhythm guitar work is sweet as is your melodic journey over it.
    @ndcaster - Love the vibe and technique of and in this track. Cool fx on the rythm guitar while your solo work has a sophisticated funk vibe. Chill!
    @Mellencaster - I'm so jealous of this track and wished I had played this. Beautiful shimmering blues guitar - soooo good!
    @Mjark - A jazzy trip as you're feeling your way along this free form journey. Cool!
     
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    Thanks Mike:)
     
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    Neck pickup; added a couple of rhythm guitars hard left and hard right

     
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    I enjoyed the funkiness in your take. Some good ideas throughout.
     
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