Thanks for the quick responseEric.
This is just over 7 minutes, rough draft 6.4megs. Here's what I did for this arrangement.
I started with a guild six string accoustic and played the sequence in real time. (sucks to be a drummer later)
I then looped the rythm through distortion and layed down the dup with some rasp. I also added 2 real electric rythms, and a aynth track with an old Krumar using the slide filters. I did the base next plugging direct with a Bquad4 I have, and then I used a midi keyboard and jammed the drums in real time using the keys. For the lead guitar, I played a melodic track, but I didn't like the flow. As an experiment, I moved the solo ahead of the start point by four beats, giving it a grace start into the 1 beat of the measure. By chance, It really gave it a cool feel. I then used dynamic transposing, and copied the solo in 3rds, 4ths, and 5ths, using bits of each for harmony as the chording changed. I did another version of the solo, and liked them both, so I copied the sequence, added a low tom boom with reverb followed by silence as a turn back into one more lead sequence. THen i broke it back down after a synth highlight, into a melodic bass solo. It was kind of flloydish. After it built back up from the "intro return" one more verse, (vocals a little easier to hear I enhanced the volume slightly) then, i bit some harmonics, and let it fade out.
Here's the link.
Please let me know what you think.