L280 Alternative octave patterns

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By using other ways of right hand picking you can come up with new ideas for – in this instance octaves, and then transfer the idea to standard picking if you wish (as in this example)

The backingtrack can be dowloaded here

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appzguru said,


November 29, 2009 @ 8:41 pm

Flat.erik, i use a Boss RC2 Loop Station to create my practice-tracks.

[img src="http://www.woodbrass.com/images//woodbrass/BOSS+RC+2+LOOP+STATION.JPG"]

Very easy to use and it has a built in drumsection. I paid 130 euro’s 2nd hand, wouldnt sell it for a thousand!


flat.erik said,


November 27, 2009 @ 1:47 am

thx… but i got no mac…:( so i searched a bit and found wtih acoustica mixcraft something like garageband.
Sonic Foundry Acid for PC is great and very similar to Garageband


flat.erik said,


November 25, 2009 @ 1:45 pm

how can i make such great backing tracks? what do you use?
Ive used Mac Garageband with a drumloop, and recorded the 2 rhythmguitar 2 bar loops myself.
So you need a mac and a guitar…;-)


 

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