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  1. This is a huge genre, so I'll be sure to miss some bands. To start with, I'm just going to post some of the bands that have highly rated albums on progarchives and rateyourmusic. If there are any that you feel deserve to be here, let me know and I'll update the list. If you have any suggestions on how to group things, they'd be appreciated. Also, if you update any progressive rock CDLC, it might make sense to link to this post so users can more easily find other prog rock that isn't on the front page. Notable charters @@Liquidlizard, @@dreddfoxx, @@Aludog, @@bernixix, @@solservo, @@RufusDelta, @@BHMath, @@albatross213, @@Deratio, @@icaroonofre, @@PC Plum, @@Sharris, @@joe21121, @@TheBestAlex... The band list: Anathema (2 songs) The Aristocrats (3 songs, lead only) Camel (2 songs) Chris Squire (1 song) Electric Light Orchestra (8 songs) Emerson, Lake & Palmer (6 songs, Ignition seems to glitch out trying to link to them. Perhaps the "&" is causing problems?) Frank Zappa (9 songs) Focus (2 songs, with one official) Frost* (2 song) Gazpacho (1 song) Genesis (18 songs) Gentle Giant (6 songs) Guthrie Govan (4 songs) Jethro Tull (16 songs) Kansas (4 songs) Kate Bush (5 songs) King Crimson (5 songs) Magma (1 song) Manfred Mann's Earth Band (1 song) Marillion (4 songs) The Mars Volta (7 songs) Mike Oldfield (4 songs) The Moody Blues (1 song) Neal Morse (1 song) Opeth (6 on Damnation, 6 on Heritage, 4 on Pale Communion) Ozric Tentacles (2 songs, both bass only) Pink Floyd (74 songs) Peter Gabriel (2 songs) Porcupine Tree (12 songs) Procol Harum (1 song) Riverside (14 songs) Rush (112 songs) Steven Wilson (7 songs) Supertramp (8 songs) Traffic (1 song) Tricot (1 song) Uriah Heep (7 songs) Van der Graaf Generator (2 songs) Wishbone Ash (3 songs) Yes (16 songs) Charter Inspiration List (a.k.a. bands that have tabs that we should have more of) Al di Meola (30+ tabs) Anathema (30+ tabs) Anglagard (7 tabs) Arena (3 tabs) Beardfish (5 tabs) Caravan (7 tabs) Camel (34 tabs) Can (7 tabs) Cardiacs (13 tabs) Emerson, Lake & Palmer (25+ tabs) Eloy (2 tabs) Frank Zappa (50+ tabs) Focus (14 tabs) The Gathering (14 tabs) Genesis (50+ tabs) Gentle Giant (25 tabs) Goblin (5 tabs) Invisible (2 tabs, plus lots of text tabs) Kansas (13 tabs) Kate Bush (15 songs) King Crimson (50+ tabs) Le Orme (4 tabs) Mahavishnu Orchestra (13 tabs) Marillion (~25 tabs) Mike Oldfield (30+ tabs) Motorpsycho (2 tabs) Neal Morse (13 tabs) The Moody Blues (~15 tabs) Pat Metheny (30+ tabs) Premiata Forneria Marconi (5 tabs) Phideaux (4 tabs) Phoenix (13 tabs) Soft Machine (4 tabs) Spock's Beard (12 tabs) Steve Hackett (~20 tabs) Steve Howe (~20 tabs) T2 (3 songs) Traffic (5 tabs) Transatlantic (2 tabs) Wishbone Ash (13 songs) Any bands that I missed? Any bands that you'd like to see that have GP or PowerTab files available but don't have songs on here? Edit: Added a new section for bands that I think we should and could have more of (provided the tabs don't suck).
  2. I guess you know how this works, so instead of me explaining, here's the link to all my customs: Link Below you can find my ongoing projects, so take a peek if you're interested and if you find something you like let me know. You're always welcome to tab something out yourself of course. Progressive Music Project: As any of you might have guessed from the list of customs I've release and the ones released by others that I showed interested in the most, I'm a big fan of progressive music of any kind and the fact that the progressive tag can be applied to almost every genre is what makes it so enticing. The monotony of straightforward radio friendly pop, rock and metal is often to much for me and that's when I turn to the "dark" side of music, where I can unwind in ever evolving musical stories of intricate complexion, not only told by thoughtful lyrics but made alive by the voices of the instruments. I especially like progressive rock from the 70's, but not only the classics, also the more obscure stuff that didn't reach the masses, even though it was sometimes as good, if not better, as a lot of the most popular acts, but that's personal opinion. The same goes for the definition of what's progressive as well, because not all bands can easily be classified as such, but I'll stick with whatever's defined as progressive on http://www.progarchives.com/. So here's a list of all my progressive music customs already released so far: Aardvark - Very Nice Of You To Call Adam Sandler - The Goat Song Alan Parsons Project - The Cask Of Amontillado Argent - Lothlorien Camel - Slow Yourself Down Chris Squire - Hold Out Your Hand/You By My Side Dr. Z - Evil Woman's Manly Child Ekseption - Smile Ekseption - Beggar Julia's Time Trip [RS Cut] Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Jerusalem Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Sheriff Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Jeremy Bender Focus - Sylvia Frank Zappa - You're Probably Wondering Why I'm Here Frank Zappa - Camarillo Brillo Frank Zappa - Uncle Remus Gentle Giant - Think Of Me With Kindness Glass Hammer - The Old Troll And The Maiden Jeff Wayne - The Eve Of The War/Horsell Common And The Heat Ray Jethro Tull - Cross Eyed Mary Jethro Tull - Teacher Jethro Tull - To Cry You A Song Magma - Dondaï Pink Floyd - Fat Old Sun Rare Bird - Sympathy Van Der Graaf Generator - Darkness (11/11) Van Der Graaf Generator - Refugees Yes - Perpetual Change Musical Project: However much I love me some great and complex progressive music I also have a fondness for simpler forms of entertainment, like say, the stuff musical theater is made of. There's of course different kinds of musicals: there's the simple song structured ones like "The Book Of Mormon" or "Wicked" and there's also the more progressive ones which work like classic music theatre, i.e. "Les Misérables" or most of Steven Sondheim's musicals. I am a big fan of both formats and I want to bring a nice variety of bits and pieces of all of the famous musicals to RS, but I would also appreciate every effort from other charters in this direction. So, if you have any interest in this kind of musical entertainment, then join me in my venture and help bring some more color to RS by putting out a great selection of famous musical songs. I have a nice collection of sheet music for most of them, so I could set you up with those if you need them. Just let me know what you are planning to do and if you release it, I'll put the link into the OP of this project, so we can collect all the customs in one place. Now for a list of musicals that I plan to work on eventually: Les Misérables Sweeney Todd Sunday In The Park With George West Side Story Rent The Producers Hairspray Into The Woods Little Shop Of Horrors Wicked Chicago Spamalot Billy Elliot Book Of Mormon Scrubs Musical Bombshell (Smash Musical) Lion King Fiddler On The Roof Here's what has been done until now: Beauty And The Beast - Belle Cats - Gus The Theater Cat/Growltiger's Last Stand Into The Woods - Ever After Jeff Wayne - Eve Of The War/Horsell Common And The Heat Ray Monty Python's Spamalot - Act I Medley Seven Brides For Seven Brothers - Bless Your Beautiful Hide Seven Brides For Seven Brothers - Sobbin' Women Rocky Horror Picture Show - Over At The Frankenstein Place If you have any particular song choices for any of the above mentioned musicals let me know and I'll let that influence my decision of what to do next.
  3. I still have pretty much no idea what to do with tones (especially for guitar, since I don't have one). If anyone could advise on the most common types of adjustments (EQ, pedals, whatever) that would be a great help! I recently (as of Feb. 2016) started adding the notes.eof files to my download folders. For some of the older ones I think the .ini files were different which can cause the sync to get screwed up, so I'll try to update the older ones (I'll probably be wanting to do serious updates to lots of my older CDLC anyway). So far, my Blotted Science, Between the Buried and Me, Coroner, HeXeN, Nevermore, Skeletonwitch, Streetlight Manifesto, Testament, Vektor, and Warbringer customs have the notes.eof file in the download folder. See here for the basics of how to set things up so you can use the notes.eof files. Finished CDLC (organized roughly by genre): I haven't done every custom by every band listed here, which should hopefully be obvious. Just that I've done at least one by each band (I'll try to add the exact number I've done in parentheses). If I feel a band belongs in multiple categories, I'll put them in multiple times. Rock (classic/progressive/heavy blues etc.): Blood Ceremony (1 song) Clutch (20 songs) Corrosion of Conformity (1 song) Graveyard (3 songs) King Crimson (1 song) Riverside (7 songs) The Rolling Stones (3 songs) Rush (3 songs) Steven Wilson (1 song) Tricot (2 songs) Yes (1 song) Miscellaneous bass focused stuff: Bob Marley and the Wailers (9 songs) Bruno Mars (1 song) Jamiroquai (1 song) Michael Jackson (1 song) Ozric Tentacles (2 songs) Sade (2 songs) Smokey Robinson & The Miracles (1 song) Streetlight Manifesto (5 songs) The Four Tops (1 song) The Maytals (1 song) The Spinners (4 songs) The Supremes (1 song) Vulfpeck (12 songs) "Classic" style metal: Enforcer (1 song) Iron Maiden (14 songs) Judas Priest (17 songs) Miscellaneous metal I'm too lazy to create categories for: High on Fire (1 song, stoner metal) Lamb of God (18 songs, groove metal) Moonsorrow (5 songs, epic blackened folk/whatever) The Dillinger Escape Plan (2 songs, progressive mathcore) The Sword (5 songs, doom/stoner metal) Progressive Metal (clean vocals/Instrumental): Andromeda (2 songs) Conquering Dystopia (1 song) Dream Theater (8 songs) Galneryus (7 songs) Haken (13 songs) Intervals (8 songs, mostly instrumental) Liquid Tension Experiment (2 songs, instrumental) Mandroid Echostar (1 song) Myrath (2 songs) Pomegranate Tiger (3 songs) Scale the Summit (23 songs, instrumental) Symphony X (26 songs) Progressive Metal (mixed/harsh vocals): Atheist (1 song) Between the Buried and Me (32 songs, mixed vocals) Disillusion (2 songs, mixed vocals) Gorod (8 songs) Leprous (1 song, mixed vocals) Native Construct (6 songs, mixed vocals) Ne Obliviscaris (7 songs, mixed vocals) Opeth (17 songs, mixed vocals) Orphaned Land (4 songs, mixed vocals) Sigh (1 song) The Ocean (2 songs, mixed vocals) Power Metal: Galneryus (6 songs) Helloween (29 songs) Gamma Ray (1 song) Iced Earth (15 songs) Savatage (1 song) Death Metal: Amorphis (5 songs) Atheist (1 song) Beyond Creation (3 songs) Blotted Science (6 songs) Cannibal Corpse (13 songs) Dark Tranquillity (4 songs) Death (3 songs) Disillusion (2 songs) Gorod (8 songs) Kalmah (2 songs) Ne Obliviscaris (7 songs) Obscura (8 songs) Omnium Gatherum (1 song) Opeth (17 songs) Possessed (2 songs) Quo Vadis (1 song) Spawn of Possession (1 song) The Absence (1 song) Year200X (3 songs) Thrash Metal: Anthrax (2 songs) Coroner (8 songs) Destroyer 666 (1 song) HeXeN (4 songs) Iced Earth (15 songs) Kreator (11 songs) Lamb of God (18 songs, more groove) Nevermore (15 songs) Possessed (2 songs) Skeletonwitch (8 songs) Slayer (1 song) Testament (17 songs) Vektor (12 songs) Warbringer (3 songs) Guitar virtuoso: Buckethead (1 song) Intervals (8 songs) Jeff Loomis (2 songs) John 5 (3 songs) John Petrucci (4 songs) Liquid Tension Experiment (2 songs) Rusty Cooley (1 song) 5-string bass (some of which has been rearranged for 4): Blotted Science (6 songs) Between the Buried and Me (32 songs) Cannibal Corpse (13 songs) Chris Letchford (3 songs) Exivious (1 song) Galneryus (7 songs) Iced Earth (15 songs, only more recent stuff on 5-string) Ihsahn (2 songs) Intronaut (1 song) Jeff Loomis (2 songs) John Petrucci (4 songs) Liquid Tension Experiment (2 songs) Mandroid Echostar (1 song) Myrath (2 songs) Native Construct (6 songs) Ne Obliviscaris (7 songs) Nevermore (15 songs, only later songs on 5-string) Spawn of Possession (1 song) Streetlight Manifesto (5 songs) Year200X (3 songs) 6-string bass (some of which is playable on 5 or has been rearranged for 4): Andromeda (2 songs) Beyond Creation (3 songs) Control Denied (1 song) Dream Theater (8 songs) Haken (13 songs) Obscura (8 songs) Scale the Summit (23 songs) Seventh Wonder (7 songs) Collaborations: I did much of the bass chart and some testing on Mastodon - The Motherload by @@rummhamm87 I did a little bit of testing and suggestions for an update of Graveyard - Right is Wrong by @@bernixix
  4. WIP: Planned: Frank Zappa - Willie The Pimp Frank Zappa - The Gumbo Variations Released: Aardvark - Very Nice Of You To Call Adam Sandler - The Goat Song Alan Parsons Project - The Cask Of Amontillado Argent - Lothlorien Camel - Slow Yourself Down Chris Squire - Hold Out Your Hand/You By My Side Dr. Z - Evil Woman's Manly Child Ekseption - Smile Ekseption - Beggar Julia's Time Trip [RS Cut] Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Jerusalem Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Sheriff Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Jeremy Bender Focus - Sylvia Frank Zappa - You're Probably Wondering Why I'm Here Frank Zappa - Camarillo Brillo Frank Zappa - Uncle Remus Gentle Giant - Think Of Me With Kindness Glass Hammer - The Old Troll And The Maiden Jeff Wayne - The Eve Of The War/Horsell Common And The Heat Ray Jethro Tull - Cross Eyed Mary Jethro Tull - Teacher Jethro Tull - To Cry You A Song Magma - Dondaï Pink Floyd - Fat Old Sun Rare Bird - Sympathy Van Der Graaf Generator - Darkness (11/11) Van Der Graaf Generator - Refugees Yes - Perpetual Change
  5. This topic is both for testing and discussing collaboration on both Parts of "Tubular Bells" by Mike Oldfield. I have now finished transcribing (the bass) and syncing "Part 1" and will try to get a test version done soon. Here is the GP file for anyone interested in working out the guitar parts: https://www.dropbox.com/s/33hq98nt017fpvm/Mike%20Oldfield%20-%20Tubular%20Bells%20%28Part%201%29.gpx?dl=0 Just let me know in the comments if you want to help out. Maybe some of you can work together and transcribe different parts of the track. I can also try my hand on some of the easier guitar sections. You'll definitely need some patience to work on this because time signatures are constantly shifting, different rhythm and melody patterns are overlapping and even though there's quite a bit of repetition in the individual themes, none of the 14 themes is ever repeated. The longest sections is the last one, by far, because it's slowly building and introducing different instruments that play the melody. There's a rhythmic pattern in that sections that kind of sounds like it also has bass but I'm not really sure; it might just be a guitar recorded at double speed or put through some effect. I opted for the easier bass line but I could transcribe that pattern as well and make a bonus arrangement, though the pattern fades out with time and it might sound strange to keep playing it and awkward to suddenly change it, so I don't know. I'll work on "Part 2" as soon as I'm happy with this one and it's ready for release. Help on "Part 2" would be great as well.
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