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  1. In Topic: Video Games Currently Working On

    Posted 16 Apr 2014

    lol I want to adopt the old person affect of not being interested enough in consoles to even learn their real names, it's just whatever I heard one like it called once.
  2. In Topic: Song of the day

    Posted 16 Apr 2014

    View Posth4nnib4l, on 15 April 2014 - 08:01 AM, said:

    I have a buddy with a 6-string short-scaled fender, and the things he does on it make me embarrassed to play with him. I've seen him play lead for an entire set with a keyboardist and an upright bass player. Very sexy sound. So yeah, Jaguars can be had for cheap but I'm impressed with the instrument. I swear by that Hartke (I emailed a question to to them and Larry Hartke emailed me back - I was sold), and I also swear by zsounds.com, which is where I got it. I bought a used one, and it showed up looking like it was sent across the Indian ocean in a flat-bottomed boat in the winter. I emailed them about it, and they emailed me a return shipping label the next day and replaced it with a brand new one. Stuff like that will generally land me as a loyal customer.

    I picked up a wah pedal and chorus pedal years ago, primarily because of the bass line to Tool's Disposition (and some of the stuff on 10,000 days too - Justin Chancellor is one of my favorite players), but those are the only pedals I have. I had a programmable effects pedal years ago that I made some really cool sounds on, but I like the way my bass sounds so much now that I tend to run it clean unless there's really a specific sound I'm going for. But like I said, I haven't done much with it since I got it. One of my programming professors (a drummer) always laughed that by the time you can really afford whatever gear you want, you tend not to have the time to play it. That certainly rings true for me, although now that I've given up on my master's for the time being (to get some free time back), I'm hoping to get something going. My biggest obstacle is that my fingers don't listen like they used to, and it's really frustrating trying to relearn shit that I did so easily back in the day. I recorded two albums with a band back between 2001 and 2003, and I couldn't play you a single bass line from any of them. I feel like I'm starting over, and it has thus far kept me from really getting going.

    I'd love to do Tool, and while I'm comfortable with my ability to learn it, my guitar player isn't confident he could (I think he could). We have the same instrument composition - 1 bass, 1 guitar, 1 drum set - but no dedicated vocalist.

    So I've proposed that we learn Aenima. Comparatively easy parts (compared to say, Lateralus) and still an awesome song.

    Also, that sounds really cool about Hartke. Almost makes me want to go buy one - almost. I'm too poor to afford new equipment right now though :( drowning in bills. But the one I really liked was a Markbass. Hit a low B on one at Guitar Center, about 5 minutes later this guy comes walking in and asks if someone was playing really loud...I had turned the amp up all the way but the high all the way down. I say ya, he says I shook everything in the drum department (other side of the store)

    hahaha...

    but ya - I started music in 5th grade with the Oboe. I couldn't play a single thing on it any more, just scales.
  3. In Topic: Video Games Currently Working On

    Posted 16 Apr 2014

    I'll speak nicely, I'm in a good mood. Just had something to eat other than oatmeal for the first time in days - mom stopped by and took me to Popeyes!

    I hope everyone who takes advantage of a free copy of Dead Space enjoys the hell out of it. The game looks interesting, and I know my old roommate loved it on his Microsoft Nintendo.
  4. In Topic: Video Games Currently Working On

    Posted 16 Apr 2014

    View Postalapee, on 16 April 2014 - 08:21 AM, said:

    Dead Space is free from Origin Right Now: Link

    Anyone wanna take a guess at what I have to say about that? XD
  5. In Topic: What Are You Working On Today?

    Posted 16 Apr 2014

    View Postalapee, on 16 April 2014 - 07:41 AM, said:

    Depreciated=>When is your gig?

    10 days - Saturday the 26th. We're heading out there on the 25th. I can't wait!

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