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  1. 2 hours ago, kayteck said:

    how is paramore - pool difficulty 4...

    i am getting 60% at my best.... it is more like lead for me 😉 and looks like 6-7 after 1st play imho

    they should be swapped with iron maiden 🙂

    thx man!

    Those 2 paths have been pre-rated. I replayed them now and Maiden is a clear 6, Pool on first sight does feel way hard, but itsa few melody patterns that can quickly be learned - 5 on the edge to 5.5 for me. Order seems ok. Let´s discuss and see throughout the week






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    This week's songs are:


    Lead Path:

    Beginner:  Editors - Munich (3) chosen by week82

    Intermediate:   Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk (4.5) chosen by @DarthStrom

    Advanced: ACDC - Ride On (7) chosen by @Rodman

    Masterclass: Tool - 10000 days ( 8 ) chosen by week 70

    God of Guitar:  Iron Maiden - Paschendale (9) week 2 of 2  chosen by @Nacholede


    Rhythm Path:

    Beginner: ACDC - Ride On (3) 

    Intermediate: Paramore - Pool (5) 

    Advanced:  Iron Maiden - When the River Runs Deep (6

    Masterclass:  na


    Bass Path:

    Beginner:  ACDC - Ride On (2)

    Intermediate: Editors - Munich (3)

    Advanced: Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk (6) 

    Masterclass: Tool - 10000 days (9) 

    God of Bass:  Scale the Summit - Origin of Species (9.5)  week 2 of 2 chosen by @Snakewizard


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  3. On 3/31/2021 at 12:16 AM, diceslinger said:

    @Rodman Well, here it is, I finally got my lead vocalist scheduled and recorded.  I'm getting better at recording usable takes, so I have two takes on guitar and panned one left and one right.  The drums are the original stripped from the song.  It wasn't as compelling to play as I thought it might be, but my daughter and I had a blast recording the vocals! 

    The picture is one from my childhood photo albums.  It is an abandoned steam locomotive, and I think it was one that the cement plant my dad worked for used to haul rock from the quarry.  I'm asking some train enthusiasts about it to see if it still exists.  I'm pretty sure there were two that the company owned, and the other is at a train museum in Colorado.  I remember we got to climb on it and pretend to drive it, pretty cool for a six year old boy who loved trains!


    Yay... first impression - goddamit, that´s the original drumline, and it´s not a cheap midi track - ugh! Who would have thought how a familiar feeling that creates. How did you strip it? Did you find a multitrack or do you have the magic tool for that?
    Very very nice guitar work, bravo. For the singing - one, and maybe the most unexpected things i have learned in our unholy journey is that singing is fun, and it´s essential in covers for keeping away the boredom. Here i really can hear how much fun it must have been to record that together. I really hope i can get my 9yo daughter to duet one of the next ones with me, though she probably will silence me and do it on her own to stop hurting her ears or smthg. Only problem is that she hasn´t begun to learn English so thats a bit of an issue, but i see what i can do.
    For your mixing - flawless. First i thought the vocals were too dominant, but thats not the case, i think it´s pretty much the grading you will have in the radio-friendly pro production. Thx for the cool pic and story.


    So... my turn - what´s next.............sir i love to say we gotta do some metal, let´s go for some hammer riffs to wake up the neighbours, i´m not gonna make it too hard, for sure not soo easy, mdeth symphony of destruction, if we dare?!

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