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Z293

 Genre: Progressive Rock

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Comments: 16
Fans: 7
Plays: 103
Downloads: 142

Uploaded: Jul 09, 2007 - 01:37:46 PM
Last Updated: Jul 09, 2007 - 01:37:46 PM Last Played: Jan 10, 2017 - 03:34:39 PM
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Hardware:
Ibanez JS1200 Guitar and Boss GT-8
Software:
Logic Express 7, BFD Drums and Izotope Ozone 3 for mastering.
Comments
ktb said 3578 days ago (July 9th, 2007)
tingling
all over, Must be the after effects of being in the vincity of ground zero.
I just love the way you play that thing! The tones you get are right in my endorphin zone. As well, that was a mean time signature/rythymic thingy you morphed into at the halfway mark. Was that a pipe organ playin in the background? cool
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Z293 said 3578 days ago (July 9th, 2007)
Thanks KTB
Busy summer with not as much time for music lately but I had a few days off and decided to get rid of this one. The synth is a plug in called Filterscape with a preset called Brain Shredder, go figure.
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glennkav said 3578 days ago (July 9th, 2007)
I frickin'...
love the backing track on this. Very heavy and crunchy and the synth is really powerful. Very cool to solo over and your soloing is excellente! I would like to hear some type of melody over the backing track as most of the song seems like one long solo but a damn good one. What can you tell me about Ozone 3? I currently don't have any mastering tool and am just using GB at this point but need an inexpensive option. Good stuff!!
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Z293 said 3578 days ago (July 9th, 2007)
Thanks Glenn
Yeah, I hear ya...Too much soloing, story of my life. Most of my backing tracks are made for me to practice over so hence you end up with a bunch of exercises. I need more time, working for a living is killing me. Try the free download of Ozone 3. I think I paid $250 but is now down to $199. I think it's great for the money. It will really add some sparkle to your mixes. Take your stereo mix that you bounced and load it into a blank GB/Locic file and apply Ozone 3 to this overall mix. As with anything I think I was using too much compression and really pushing the mix. I've tried to back off a little and just enhance the mix rather than kill it. It has a paragraphic EQ, Reverb, Loudness Maximizer, Multiband Exciter, Compressor and Stereo Imaging. Check out the demo.
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Tadashi Togawa said 3576 days ago (July 11th, 2007)
Lightning!!
Oh it is a flash as usual.
Lightning of guitar.
It is wonderful.

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Z293 said 3575 days ago (July 11th, 2007)
Thanks Tadashi
My friend from afar.
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said 3573 days ago (July 14th, 2007)
Nice playing!
Man, this is great! It got me thinking (which usually gets me in trouble), I'd sure like to hear a collab. with you, Chris (Pick Quick Records), Allen (R.A.D. Project) and some keys thrown in by KTB.

Upon first listening, I was thinking some VOX might sound cool too. But then what to do with those tasty leads? Yours is the second song I've heard tonight with excellent BFD drum programming. I might have to invest in that- the drums sound great!
Z293 said 3572 days ago (July 15th, 2007)
Thanks Mikey
You'd be dangerous with BFD.
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snowdragon said 3572 days ago (July 15th, 2007)
always loved
the way you attack a fingerboard.

Apt title for this too.
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Z293 said 3572 days ago (July 15th, 2007)
Thanks SD
It's good to hear from you.
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perceptualvortex said 3562 days ago (July 24th, 2007)
Yeah!
Excellent playing, Z! This rocks.
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Drew Kopr said 3520 days ago (September 5th, 2007)
Cool
great sounding guitars man. Tone is fantastic!!!
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stratcat said 3481 days ago (October 14th, 2007)
Great
licks as usual. Very fluid guitar playing. The JS1200 is sounding good, I can hear the JS influence, especially with the use of the wah to achieve those compressed tones. The mix is all pro, I'll have to check out the Izotope Ozone for mastering, as GB does not cut it for mastering.
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said 3304 days ago (April 7th, 2008)
Powerful..
rhythm to start, then just topping it off with some shreddin' like this, awesome! That solo at the end is out of control. The whammy effect sounded really good in the start, but my favorite part is when your rippin' it up at about 2:32. Smokin' to say the least Z.


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Z293 said 3304 days ago (April 8th, 2008)
Thanks Chris
Thanks for support and for turning me on to the GT-8. I'll get back to that someday, until then...
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tokai said 3163 days ago (August 27th, 2008)
that hit the spot
nice progression, textures and patterns. That solo at the end is just too much. Lots of interesting changes. love youe stuff mate! agree KTB is the man with the plan.
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Also check out my collaborations with two of MacJams' monster players Karmatoburn and Mcboy. My latest set up is an iMac with Logic 8 Studio, Izotope Ozone 4, Izotope Alloy , Guitar Rig 3 and Line 6 Pod Farm. I play an Ibanez JS1200, a... [see more]

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