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📡 HIGHER POWER MUSIC VIDEO OUT JUNE 8 📡

splintercell37

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  1. Haha! Typical. If only our dreams were more considerate. Anyone got an update on this?
  2. Pretty much the same as what I worked out but way more accurate on the notes, especially that verse riff. Smooth work bro, thanks for this :)
  3. tutorial http://www.youtube.com/user/billyjoerasmus Go nuts. Comments, criticisms, tomatoes, feel free. :)
  4. EDIT: The verse is the same notes as the album version, just a slightly different play style. He does something really cool on the chorus though. It sounds like he plays the normal rhythm notes with the left hand, but for the right hand he's forming the corresponding chord and alternating between 4 and 5 of the triad - the first one, Em, becomes E G A, then E G B. The last of the progession, D, then does the same as the verse, etc. I can do a quick video tutorial if that doesn't make sense. Unless anyone disagrees?
  5. SM78! WHOA!? Is it totally awesome? :) As much as I love linux (ubuntu's my fave), you can't argue with 25gb free online storage. http://cid-45fe6b62e24915cc.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/Public Nice and easy.
  6. princesanji, try Windows Live Skydrive next time. No download limits! I can imagine that would sound better in real life. I think it needs more.......er, chorus? The effect that makes it sound more hollow, more surrounding. I don't know for certain, I'm not an electric guitarist, but I'm sure someone here knows what I mean ;) But really, it's a great effort! :) Edit: A touch of chorus + some more reverb in Adobe Audition produced a nice result, but I'm not sure you're playing correctly? http://www.musicnotes.com/sheetmusic/mtd.asp?ppn=mn0074634 That's more or less what Jonny plays
  7. QFT. But it's a double thing. Being a learned pianist myself, I was always mildly annoyed that my teacher never taught any interesting songs. So I tried to play Coldplay. Jumping straight in the deep end left me struggling to read it, but it helped my sightreading tremendously for my lessons, and I enjoyed what I was doing. Truth is, I didn't become the pianist I am by playing For He's a Jolly Good Fellow, nor by playing Lovers in Japan. I got skill by playing both. And practicing. Lots of practice. The easy songs like Jolly Good Fellow taught me how to read music, how to play somethi
  8. I wonder how well an ebow + effects would work for the sound? Anyone willing to try? (I haven't had a chance to buy one yet, as I don't have an electric)
  9. I had some problems with the 'noise' as well. I thought it was a synth. I have no idea what those effects are, I'm an acoustic guitarist, sorry. But you might find this cover to be of interest: [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnKJW9KVbsA]YouTube - Coldplay - Lovers In Japan - Guitar Cover[/ame] I think he's getting his tabs from here: http://www.musicnotes.com/sheetmusic/mtd.asp?ppn=mn0074634
  10. Been stalking the forums for a while. I'm a guitarist, pianist, singer/songwriter and christian. Insert mandatory statement about how much I love coldplay here. ;) Noticed some questions about tabs and the like that I knew answers to so figured I'd drop by and solve some confusion. Hope you all have a pleasant day!
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