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1. El Condor Pasa

El Condor Pasa

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2. Love Story

Love Story

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3. Classic Guitar Moods - Romeo & Juliet Love Theme

  • Published: 2012-01-10T16:52:04Z
  • By gianzboyz
Classic Guitar Moods - Romeo & Juliet Love Theme

Love Theme From Me For U..My Love

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4. Symphony 40

Symphony 40

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5. Coldplay - Clocks

  • Published: 2012-05-27T04:10:01Z
  • By benreaves
Coldplay - Clocks

So Reid Craft and myself decided, "Let's do a cover of Clocks." So we did. Stuff we used: Software: FL Studio 10.0.9 iZotope Ozone 4 NI Guitar Rig 4 (tape echo; chorused reverb; Memory Man; Tube Screamer; Proco RAT, Ampeg amp, compression, noise reduction, cab/mic modeling for bass) IL Sytrus NI Mikro Prism NI Absynth 4 Garritan Personal Orchestra (grand piano) Toontrack Superior Drummer 2 Waves Tape, Tubes, and Transistors pack v9 (demo, keys and synth only) Celemony Melodyne Hardware: PreSonus AudioBox 1818VSL Ibanez RG321MH with stock Infinity p'ups and Ernie Ball Regular Slinky strings (.10-.46) Zoom G9.2tt with Groove Tubes GT-12AX7-C and GT-12AX7-R2 preamps 1993 Peavey Classic 50 2x12 with Electro-Harmonix 12AX7s and Sovtek EL84s (piece of crap power tubes) Martin OMC160GTE Grand Auditorium with Elixir NanoWeb coated strings (.11-.52) Shure Beta 57A dynamic microphone Methods: Amp miking was pretty simple, but effective given the results. DIs were tracked, then re-amped using the Beta 57A about 5" back from the combo, 1.5" left of center, and 2" down from center pointing towards vertical center. Little EQ was applied, save the boost at 2.9 kHz for presence in the mix. Acoustic recording was a pretty standard method, using both the piezoelectric pickup under the bridge and the Beta 57 pointed at the highest frets on the fretboard. The two signals were then compressed with both digital and tube-emulated compressors and lightly EQ'd with a fixed phaser. I made sure to set a late attack on the compressors so the attack of the strums would really shine through. Vocal miking was the usual: the same Shure mic on a large boom stand with a pop screen attached to it. We stood it so that the slapback on the wall behind the vocalist would be absorbed by a mattress. - Reid and Ben

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7. classic music-guitar

classic music-guitar

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8. Bon Jovi - Runaway

Bon Jovi - Runaway

The amazing hit Runaway by Bon Jovi It is something special with this tune so here it is a nice backing track loaded with guitar sounds from the amazing Axe-FX Ultra. Amp used is Recto New can't love that amp sim enough Enjoy this classic

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9. Trista Partida

Trista Partida

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10. Trojans

Trojans

Our debut album "When It Was Now," is now available on iTunes- smarturl.it/atlas Subscribe for more new music on YouTube- bit.ly/W8yTQS iTunes - www.smarturl.it/atlas Facebook- facebook.com/atlasgenius Twitter- twitter.com/atlasgenius Tour Dates- atlasgenius.com/tour Lyrics to Trojans: Take it off Take it in Take off all the thoughts of what we've been Take a look Hesitate Take a picture you could never recreate Write a song make a note for the lump that sits inside your throat Change the locks, change the scene Change it all but can't change what we've been Your trojan's in my head It's ok if it's gone The thoughts that you had that it was the one And oh what is left? For all those times is that what you get? Oh regardless The walls get painted anyway Oh you're guarding The gates, but it all got away Your trojan's in my head Take it off Take it in Take off all the thoughts of what we've been Take a look Hesitate Take a picture you could never recreate Write a song make a note for the lump that sits inside your throat Change the locks, change the scene Change it all but can't change what we've been About Atlas Genius- The members of Adelaide, Australia’s Atlas Genius do things a little differently….They set about building a studio where they could write and record music for their newly formed band 3 years before they even played their first live show as Atlas Genius. For two years, they devoted their days to constructing their dream studio and spent their nights performing songs by The Police, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones at local pubs to pay the bills. “We really got down and dirty with dry walling and literally laying the floorboards, and at the same time we were taking a couple of days a week to focus on writing songs,” recalls Keith Jeffery, Atlas Genius’s vocalist/guitarist. "We had a lot of song ideas and it was important to us to have our own studio where we could experiment and hone in on our sound," adds brother and drummer, Michael Jeffery. The studio was designed and outfitted by the brothers with the help of their father (who comes from a music and engineering background). Once the studio was complete, the first song that Atlas Genius finished was a song called “Trojans,” which they wrote, recorded and produced in collaboration with their friend, keyboardist Darren Sell. After many weeks tweaking the song, Michael insisted that the song was ready to be heard outside of the studio walls. Within an hour, “Trojans” was on the Triple J Unearthed Website, SoundCloud, and for sale via TuneCore on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify worldwide. “We had begun to think that music was a pipedream and we had all gone back to university to pursue more realistic careers,” says Keith. “We’d had such a long slog of playing late nights and working all day, and it felt like we didn’t really have anything to show for it.” But then, in the midst of cramming for their Fall 2011 semester final exams, Neon Gold discovered “Trojans” on the Triple J Unearthed Website and wrote a post praising “Trojans” as a song sure to “invade your head, all dressed up in a clever disguise of earnest vocals riding a hooky riff.” Checking the band’s email account for the first time in over a month, the band found that dozens of record labels, publishers, lawyers, booking agents and management companies from all over the world had contacted them. “We were trying to focus on school, but it was just impossible,” recalls Keith. “So we said, ‘There’s something going on here. Let’s get back to the music.’” The band added manager, Jonny Kaps from +1, to their extended family to navigate all of the interest as the band focused on writing and recording more songs. Quickly named an iTunes Single of the Week in Australia and New Zealand, “Trojans” reached #4 on Hype Machine by the end of May. In August, SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s Alt-Nation discovered the song on a blog and decided to give it some spins. There was an immediate reaction from listeners, and in September, “Trojans” was placed into heavy rotation, where it maintained a top-five position on the listener-generated Alt-18 countdown and peaked at number one for 4 consecutive weeks in January 2012. “Trojans” began selling over a thousand tracks per week on U.S. iTunes and soon climbed to 45,000 sales - all with zero promotional efforts from the still-unsigned Atlas Genius. “Knowing we had this audience that was waiting on new songs, we had a much greater sense of purpose than we had before,” says Keith. “It was really exciting to know that there were people who wanted to hear more of our music.” Although labels were clamoring for the band to come to the U.S. and play a series of showcase gigs, Atlas Genius turned down those offers in favor of staying in Adelaide to keep writing and recording new songs. In February 2012, after months of communicating with numerous labels via Skype, the band chose to travel to the US in order to make their label decision. “We’d never been to America before,” says Keith. “We flew in at night and saw this sea of lights, and it really became apparent to us how massive the U.S. is. It was pretty intimidating - like ‘How do we fit into all this?’” In April 2012, the band returned to the states having made their decision to sign with Warner Bros. Records. “We felt a connection with them,” notes Keith. “Everyone there feels very creative and dedicated to the music.” The band’s first release from their new label home, the EP Through The Glass (produced, engineered and mixed by the band), came out in June of 2012. With Through The Glass completed, Atlas Genius then holed up in its studio and worked on writing and recording its first full-length album, while at the same time rehearsing for their first ever tour. The tour started in August 2012 and led to three more tours back to back taking them thru to the end of the year. Thus, their full-length debut was finished up between tour dates and got completed just before Christmas 2012. When It Was Now is set for a US release on February 19th, 2013, with an international release to follow soon after. The debut captures Atlas Genius’s singular combination of sophisticated musicality and warm, wistful spirit. Infused with a classic sensibility, each of the songs would fit seamlessly if somehow slipped into a long-treasured mixtape. On the shimmering “Symptoms,” for instance, taut keyboard riffs mesh with urgent acoustic strumming before the band bursts into a gently frenetic, guitar-drenched chorus. Meanwhile, “Back Seat” blends its pulsing bass throb with a sweetly infectious beat and tender vocals that alternately soar and sigh. And on “Trojans,” Atlas Genius begins with a restrained guitar melody and vocal (“Take it off, take it in/Take off all the thoughts of what we’ve been”) before giving way to the handclap-accented, harmony-soaked refrain and lush yet kinetic bridge. “It’s still surreal,” says Keith of all that’s happened over the past 18 months. “I think when we were very young, we had hopes that something like this might happen one day,” he continues. (Thanks largely to encouragement from their Beatles fanatic parents, who encouraged the brothers to begin playing music by age 14.) “But then you grow up a bit and it seems less and less likely. So when we put ‘Trojans’ out, we figured it would be a success if maybe a hundred people heard it. We don’t want to force our music onto anyone. Our goal is to write songs that we love and we hope they connect with other people too.”

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11. Twilight (classic guitar) - fenderheun

Twilight (classic guitar) - fenderheun

- gear - admira mod. TERESA Classic Guitar - Cubase SX

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12. classic guitar

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13. Extrait "Héléna"

Extrait

Website: www.dromblanchardtrio.com/ L'album et les morceaux sont disponibles en ligne à https://dromblanchardtrio.bandcamp.com/ The album and the tracks are available on https://dromblanchardtrio.bandcamp.com/ Performing a wide repertoire of Sinti music, this new recording by Drom Blanchard has been highly influenced by gypsy traveller tradition, as well as respecting the well-know musician Django Reinhardt’s rich legacy. Accompanied by Nicolas Sausa on rhythm guitar and Claudio Ibarra on double bass, Drom explores the classic jazz sounds perfected by the master Django, flowing from the traditional Manouche Waltz through to gypsy traveller rumbas, to create a soft sound of the Mediterranean. Through his music, the young guitarist takes us to the heart of the Romanès tradition, expressing the joy and fond memories of travel that we have all come to love, where every track invites us to walk down the path of jazz, a path long crossed by gypsy travellers...

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16. Classic Guitar

  • Published: 2010-07-15T20:19:11Z
  • By RIBS-COEM
Classic Guitar

RIBS messing around with his guitar! Blah!

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