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    Blues Guitar Track

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    My tribute to Jimi's Red House.............I can't sing a note so it's all guitar.

    First attempt at "finishing" something. It was much harder than I imagined..................... Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

    I am using Sonar Producer 7, Session Drummer, M-Audion Delta sound card

    Blues Jam #1 by Rossl on SoundCloud - Hear the world

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    A good listen. Nice chops and musical ideas in the guitar part. Ballsy for any guitarist to cover Hendrix! Maybe it's an editing-oriented timing thing but for a lot of the tune the guitar is little too loose rhythmically with the bass/drums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLR View Post
    A good listen. Nice chops and musical ideas in the guitar part. Ballsy for any guitarist to cover Hendrix! Maybe it's an editing-oriented timing thing but for a lot of the tune the guitar is little too loose rhythmically with the bass/drums.
    Thank you for the feedback. I view this as a learning experience so I really value what others have to say. After working on something for days (this is TOTALLY a solo effort) I find I cannot judge my work.

    I would tend to play this a little loose (that's how I feel this tune). Sometimes when I'm working on a project I hear what you are talking about. When you say a lot of the tune are there parts that sound looser than others (what is the time)?

    Sometimes I feel like the latency (very very slight) might be throwing me off. Is there a way to correct or reduce latency?

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