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invert_nexus

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Greetings all,

It occurred to me today that there are at least a few musicians on this site and I've grown curious as to what they sound like in their playing.

So, I've decided to create a thread as an open invitation to all who play music to record themselves and to make their sound available for their sciforums family.

In this vein, I've had to take the difficult step of going first.

I picked up the guitar a few years back. And devoted some small amount of time to learning how to play some songs. I was rather surprised to learn that I prefered the softer, more melodic acoustic songs than the harder metal tunes which had always been my preference as a listener. But such was the case.

So, I present to you a list of various songs that I recorded using a crappy mic about a year ago for another thread. I had originally planning on ressurecting that thread, but when looking through it, I realized that none of the links were good anymore, so it would be only two pages of empty conversation with absolutely no working links. So. A new thread it is then.

I will warn you right now that I'm no virtuoso. I have several flubs in my playing. And I can't even claim to be better now. I'm ashamed to admit that I put my guitar down and have severely slacked on practice for the past half a year or better. (A problem that I have begun to attempt to make up for lately, by the way. Funny how time passes.)


Without further ado, my songs:

Babe, I'm gonna leave you by Led Zeppelin

Is There Anybody Out There by Pink Floyd

Over the Hills and Far Away
by Led Zeppelin

Diadems by Megadeth

Moonlight Sonata, Part One by Beethoven

Monlight Sonata, Part Two by Beethoven

Fur Elise by Beethoven

Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd

Dust in the Wind by Kansas

Dee by Rhandy Rhoades


Harder Stuff:

Angel of Death by Slayer

Unknown Slayer Tune (I'm having a brain fart and can't remember the title to this tune.)

The Four Horsemen by Metallica

Blitzkrieg by Metallica

(Be gentle, good people. Should I put forth the pre-emptive defensive line of 'self-taught'? Muaha!)


So?
Let's here you now.
Guitar. Piano. Jew's Harp. Whatever.
 
Pas mal, invert. I'm not a musician, at all, but you are quite good. I like your choice of songs as much as your ability to play them, especially after limited training. Good job.
 
I only have a couple of recordings here and they are complete crap and not worth listening
the playing isnt great either... i'm a gurl :p
i'm working on learning how to use the new equipment and soon ill have something worth posting

i liked yours :) the recording isnt very sharp (although it isnt nearly as bad as mie are), but you are pretty good at teh guitar
the acoustic ones were very nice
 
Holy crap. Not bad, invert. Now if you can learn Solfeggietto on guitar, I would really crap my pants.
 
Good stuff invert!!

I have some Jorge Ben sing alongs but am WAY too embarrased to post those.
 
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my music is on my website, colegrey.com, and myspace page -myspace.com/colegrey.

I have a lot of new stuff I have been writing, but it isn't recorded yet, it will probably be a while.

I'll post some stuff of me re-recording some other people's songs for some unnamed thing. Keep in mind, I did these as fast as i could, to get the money and be done, because i wasn't feeling too inspired by this gig.

I just have to figure out a way to post stuff to a pubic site.

P.S. invert - I couldn't get your things to play, what format are they? I'll probably have to use a differnt computer.
 
Cole,

They're in mp3, but the site sets them up to play with windows media player. It's just a site I found when I came up with the idea for this thread. I found some download sites, but I wanted something that would host media files. It would be nice if they would just host it directly as an mp3 and allow the user's system to play it however it wants, but I suppose if it did that, then you'd be able to hotlink it and they wouldn't get the advertising or something.

I take it that you're on a Mac? Damned artists...
 
cole grey said:
my music is on my website, colegrey.com, and myspace page -myspace.com/colegrey.


your songs on there are quite good. do you play out a lot?
 
invert_nexus said:
Greetings all,

It occurred to me today that there are at least a few musicians on this site and I've grown curious as to what they sound like in their playing.

So, I've decided to create a thread as an open invitation to all who play music to record themselves and to make their sound available for their sciforums family.

In this vein, I've had to take the difficult step of going first.

I picked up the guitar a few years back. And devoted some small amount of time to learning how to play some songs. I was rather surprised to learn that I prefered the softer, more melodic acoustic songs than the harder metal tunes which had always been my preference as a listener. But such was the case.

So, I present to you a list of various songs that I recorded using a crappy mic about a year ago for another thread. I had originally planning on ressurecting that thread, but when looking through it, I realized that none of the links were good anymore, so it would be only two pages of empty conversation with absolutely no working links. So. A new thread it is then.

I will warn you right now that I'm no virtuoso. I have several flubs in my playing. And I can't even claim to be better now. I'm ashamed to admit that I put my guitar down and have severely slacked on practice for the past half a year or better. (A problem that I have begun to attempt to make up for lately, by the way. Funny how time passes.)


Without further ado, my songs:

Babe, I'm gonna leave you by Led Zeppelin

Is There Anybody Out There by Pink Floyd

Over the Hills and Far Away
by Led Zeppelin

Diadems by Megadeth

Moonlight Sonata, Part One by Beethoven

Monlight Sonata, Part Two by Beethoven

Fur Elise by Beethoven

Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd

Dust in the Wind by Kansas

Dee by Rhandy Rhoades


Harder Stuff:

Angel of Death by Slayer

Unknown Slayer Tune (I'm having a brain fart and can't remember the title to this tune.)

The Four Horsemen by Metallica

Blitzkrieg by Metallica

(Be gentle, good people. Should I put forth the pre-emptive defensive line of 'self-taught'? Muaha!)


So?
Let's here you now.
Guitar. Piano. Jew's Harp. Whatever.


sweet man
i used to play some of these ssongs on guitar
i haven't really played for a while now i should probably pick it up again
i'm fealin the "babe i'm gonna leave you" probably the best
not because its the first one and i didnt listen to any others
i just for one dont even remember that song by led zeppelin and its got a cool melody
if you wanted to hook me up with some mp3's or wave's of your playing that i could play with and make some stuff out of that would be cool
that goes for anyone that plays any instrument
especially rare ones
but i dunno let me know
heres a page of some of the stuff i've coem up with

www.soundclick.com/mindgamesentertainment
 
johny_israel said:
sweet man
i used to play some of these ssongs on guitar
i haven't really played for a while now i should probably pick it up again
i'm fealin the "babe i'm gonna leave you" probably the best
not because its the first one and i didnt listen to any others
i just for one dont even remember that song by led zeppelin and its got a cool melody
if you wanted to hook me up with some mp3's or wave's of your playing that i could play with and make some stuff out of that would be cool
that goes for anyone that plays any instrument
especially rare ones
but i dunno let me know
heres a page of some of the stuff i've coem up with

www.soundclick.com/mindgamesentertainment



by the way that wasn't the only one i listened to
haha
i just liked it the best
 
invert_nexus, nice rendtion of "Babe I'm gonna leave you".
I would love to learn the song someday, but only got a few bars down.


Is it hard???
 
It's pretty easy, actually. Just an A minor arpeggio. It only really starts getting difficult when it gets to the part where he starts singing, "Leave you in the summertime... leave you when the summer comes along..." You really gotta stretch your fingers there.

You know. I'm surprised by how often that A minor arpeggio pops up in music.

Is there anybody out there? A minor arpeggio.

Landslide? A minor arpeggio.

If I remember right, Unforgiven by Metallica is an A minor arpeggio too....
 
"Is there anybody out there?" Yes, invert, we are all out here. Reading what you write. Wondering....was that an A minor arpeggio? :m:
 
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