#3
if you're dead set on the feel of the song, i'd say it's pretty solid. i liked the end solo bit too.
my critique is that you should keep expanding on your techniques and vary the rhythm between parts of the song more.
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#4
I couldn't understand so I was wondering if anyone could explain how I could get my guitarpro version onto windows media player and stuff and then how to get it onto one of these. Without being aggressive please ????????
#5
Use guitar pro to export it into a midi format.

As for that song......

First, learn some good english for the lyrics. It helps.
You gotta learn some scales man, and keep the solos in the same key structure of the songs. Play that solo onstage and people will think your either **** or have no sense of tuning.

It could be good, its just sooooooooo basic and gets repetitive, you gotta spice it up, learn some solos from the bands you like, thatll inspire you to make nice solos, and speed up the riff, different chords, something similar but MAKE IT SOUND DIFFERENT. 4 or 5 chords thru a whole song does not a song good make.

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#6
Quote by roast
Use guitar pro to export it into a midi format.

As for that song......

First, learn some good english for the lyrics. It helps.
You gotta learn some scales man, and keep the solos in the same key structure of the songs. Play that solo onstage and people will think your either **** or have no sense of tuning.

It could be good, its just sooooooooo basic and gets repetitive, you gotta spice it up, learn some solos from the bands you like, thatll inspire you to make nice solos, and speed up the riff, different chords, something similar but MAKE IT SOUND DIFFERENT. 4 or 5 chords thru a whole song does not a song good make.


thanks man.. i not good in making lyrics...sorry..but i will try make a good lyrics
Last edited by Deadunite at Aug 5, 2006,
#7
Quote by roast
Use guitar pro to export it into a midi format.

As for that song......

First, learn some good english for the lyrics. It helps.
You gotta learn some scales man, and keep the solos in the same key structure of the songs. Play that solo onstage and people will think your either **** or have no sense of tuning.

It could be good, its just sooooooooo basic and gets repetitive, you gotta spice it up, learn some solos from the bands you like, thatll inspire you to make nice solos, and speed up the riff, different chords, something similar but MAKE IT SOUND DIFFERENT. 4 or 5 chords thru a whole song does not a song good make.


thanks dude.
#8
check out my one its called heavy song.
Last edited by jakemac at Aug 6, 2006,