The Twanger Central Weekly Backing Track - Week #12

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  1. udoering

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    Hello mates,

    this ight be one day early, but i just sat at the computer and dealt with the Twanger Central, so here is my contribution to our weekly fun.

    This track derived from jamming with my band colleagues; so it´s a kind of "orginal music". I took up the idea that came when jamming and worked it out a little further. Replaced the initial second guitar with keyboards to give you more room for your own guitar(s). Thanks to Mike for his thoughts!

    https://soundcloud.com/udoering/olpe-1

    Hope you have fun!
     
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    Wow, what a nice track. Will enjoy this one.
     
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    I feel like leaving the office early to get to work on this.
     
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    This should be fun !This is a great track you did Ullrich and I'm glad I could help a little .
     
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    Nice track!!!
     
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    Raimonds, you are really fast! Red, white vine or rosato? Alas, I forbid myself to listen before I did the track myself (which will have to wait some days).

    I forgot to say: it´s 100 bpm.
     
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    That's some nice playing Raimonds .You did well.
     
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    Raimond - Nice work.
     
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    Thanks guys!
    Ullrich: this time no wine, unfprtunately :)

    Mark: smooth playing, liked your approach with playing response to keyboards.
     
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    Nicely done Mark .Well played!
     
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    I´m so sorry, but I won´t be able to able to deal with the track myself (and then listen to yours) before friday. Suspense growing.
     
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    Mike - It really does sound Floydish. The widely panned guitars really create a wide field, different tones and processing for you this time too. Great playing in the middle starting around 1:40 or so.
     
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    Here is mine

    Well, as I said before, I could not manage to deal with the track before today. And I promise you, today was the first time that I took a guitar and tried to play something appropriate along that track. It proofed to be harder that I thought. What scale to use? I hope I found something that pleases your ears, Gentleman. The usual gear and some Cubase effects.

    https://soundcloud.com/udoering/have-you-seen-my-spectacles
     
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    Raymonds, you took a walk on the wild side. Good work on following those weird chord changes. I like the way how you throw in those fast passages.

    Mark, good playing! Love the double stops; intelligent treatment of the chord changes. At one point I heard a familiar melody, but can´t name it (similarities are accidental of course, as I had similar tonal sequences, the track makes one play that).

    Mike, wall of sound! funny how every one of us uses crunch at least. Love what you play along the changes from B to D and how you deal with that nearly chromatic changes!
     
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    Mellencaster: strart was huge but then at at 1:30 you started Gilmour solo, impressive!

    Ullrich: it's you track and you know all changes best, nice volume swells near the end.

    Thanks Ullrich! I'm not good with such complex chord changes, I used Capo app on iPhone to roughly determine what chords are (I dont have any musical education, unfotunately) and tried not to steer off the course. Fast licks, if they are in right scale, are just space fillers when I dont know what to do next :)
     
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    Ullrich - Thanks for the interesting track, it was a bit of challenge.

    I love the melody lines you started with. 3:19 was a really cool one too.

    I think you heard 3rd Stone From the Sun, it's perhaps the most quoted rock lick ever. I didn't play it quite right though.
     
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    Sounds pretty darn good Ullrich. My Favorite part was 1:40 and on .

    This was quite a challenge, those changes were killing me at first, plus it took me a little time to find the right chords .Thanks Ullrich for posting this track
     
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