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first collab request...hey there...this is the rhythm guitar part for one of my tunes located here http://www.guitars101.com/vb/showthread.php?t=29901
it needs a drum track and/or bass line...it could probably need a super lead guitar part along with a wicked vocalist...in other words...the entire song... :icon_thum
i'm looking for anyone to collaborate to make this an entirely new tune...i can't wait to hear the results...thanks... :icon_peac :jam: :bannana_g
 

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jimihendrix said:
first collab request...hey there...this is the rhythm guitar part for one of my tunes located here http://www.guitars101.com/vb/showthread.php?t=29901
it needs a drum track and/or bass line...it could probably need a super lead guitar part along with a wicked vocalist...in other words...the entire song... :icon_thum
i'm looking for anyone to collaborate to make this an entirely new tune...i can't wait to hear the results...thanks... :icon_peac :jam: :bannana_g
Might be fun. I have a suggestion: make a click track that runs for the duration of the song. Play the click while recording. You might want to leave a few clicks in the distributed file. Then tell us exactly what bpm the click is at and if it ever changes. That way the drum writer can come up with something easier. I don't know how other people's works but for me I can set a bpm and it will stay there, but finding the exact rate, if there even is one, can be tough. The drums invariably go out of sync with the rest of the song if even by a little bit.
 

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that's the problem...i suck at programming drums...that includes click tracks... :sssh:
 

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jimihendrix said:
that's the problem...i suck at programming drums...that includes click tracks... :sssh:
I don't know where it would be, but I think most recording programs have clicks. You can set it for a particular rate and then listen to it through headphones while recording again. Then at least you know you are at a steady rate and can tell the drum writer what that is so they can program the machine accordingly.
 

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i haven't got a clue...maybe someone could import the rhythm track into their software and figure it out...or they could just try to lay down a solo over the top.... :thumb:
 

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ok..i found a free utility that calculates beats per minute...

MixMeister BPM Analyzer, a free utility you can use to determine the exact BPM (beats per minute) of any song. Try a tiny taste of our technology.

it can be downloaded here...

http://www.mixmeister.com/download.html
 

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I use Cool Edit Pro 2.1. It has a metronome in it that is recordable and you can set the bpm... etc. It's under Options in Cool Edit. Hope that helps...

Hey.. that's a nifty little program jimi. Load a song and it tells you the bpm and you can go set your metronome exactly like the song.
 

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Very purdy jimi ! hope ya find sumfin good to go with it ! Im not much on writing words or singin but I like this alot !
 

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Hey JimiH - I could make a click track for you - then you could add your music to it, but you would have to play it again to get it to sync up. Then, after you get that done, perhaps I could help out with some leads er rhythms er sumthin.

Sound cool?

Rj
 
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Hey - GREAT song, kind of reminds me of an updated 80s ballad. I'm working on some lyrics and a melody for this one - getting close. Thematic suggestions would be much appreciated....
 
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Just kidding

I read past the link you posted - turns out you already have lyrics and a melody! Oh well. Listened to the full song.....lucky girl ;)
 
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