#1
Dear The Pit!

As you may know, Ultimate Guitar team is working to improve www.guitarbackingtrack.com and during this process, we started to create own backing tracks.
So, long story short - I need your thoughts about this one (good/bad/so bad I even don't want to talk about it/so good I even saved it to my all time fav backing tracks)

Adele - Rolling In The Deep (Backingtrack)
#2
It sounds okay but is there even guitar in that song? I'm guessing the backing track is all MIDI?


Would you guys consider doing backing tracks in different keys and styles for guitar players? They don't even have to be famous songs. Just chord progressions. I feel like that would be very useful.
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#3
the snare is really cheap sounding and the fills sound obviously fake
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#5
Seems like a fairly decent track, even decently produced. Only problem is it's very obviously robotic, work on dem varied velocities.
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#6
I agree with what Stewie and EpiExplorer have said, for the most part. The construction itself is fine, but the instruments and drums are pretty stale.
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#8
get Pavliickk to record a version

I agree with everyone else though, it feels very flat dynamically. Weirdest part for me is the piano chords in the chorus (where it just repeats a bunch of chords following the progression of the song). As a pianist it sounds weird when the same keys are being played fairly rapidly in succession, and each one sounds exactly the same I'd kill to be able to do that
#9
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get Pavliickk to record a version

I agree with everyone else though, it feels very flat dynamically. Weirdest part for me is the piano chords in the chorus (where it just repeats a bunch of chords following the progression of the song). As a pianist it sounds weird when the same keys are being played fairly rapidly in succession, and each one sounds exactly the same I'd kill to be able to do that


just turn off velocity sensitivity
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