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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

About "Trippy Chord Progression"

Current mood: tired

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Comments: 5
Hey, just letting you know what, and how it is.  I recorded it onto Pro-Tools a few years ago using my schools Fender P-Bass.  It had old dead strings, but I got it to sound ok through mixing and whatnot.  I used 4 tracks.  I then took out as much attack as I could from all false harmonics tracks, and gave the false harmonic melody a stereo panning effect where it drifts from left pan to right pan.  And there you go.  So if there are any questions, feel free to ask.

Tracks:

1. Bass (False harmonics melody)
2. Bass (Chord strumming and stuff)
3. Bass (False Harmonics Harmony 1)
4. Bass (False Harmonics Harmony 2)
7:20 am - 5 comments - 3 Kudos - Report!
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slayer-fan77 wrote on Mar 19th, 2008 1:10am

I want my school to have a P-Bass. My school sucks musically in all aspects.

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iplaydabassa wrote on Mar 19th, 2008 1:13am

Yeah, it would be great if there was more music in schools, there just happened to be a good music program where I grew up.

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TheMidasTouch wrote on Jul 30th, 2008 9:11pm

We have a whole class for nothing but guitar, and its awesome

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Hoodoo Child wrote on Oct 16th, 2008 8:43pm

slayer-fan77 wrote on Mar 18th, 2008 at 8:10pm :


I want my school to have a P-Bass. My school sucks musically in all aspects.


+1

all the keyboards, guitars and basses are crap, and there are hardly any good amps, except a 65W keyboard/synthy amp, that i used to use for bass when i could be bothered with music.

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iplaydabassa wrote on Feb 9th, 2009 7:50pm

Well, if you live in California and you school's music program looks like it died in the 70's you can thank Ronald Reagan for that. As governer of California he cut all music programs in schools to save money for his screw ups. Thankfully music programs are beginning to emerge again.

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