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Lee Vatip - Sea Miner is a decent track, to be sure. This collaboration promises to be a completely different animal, and a ton of fun to do for all who participate. I mean, what better way to have some fun, and promote one's self among the Stick community, right? An excellent way to "give back". I'd love to count you among those participating, Steve. - Let me know, it's as easy as that! jayesskerr@gmail.com

Kris, you are gonna be busy, friend! There is going to be a literal TON of stuff to play over - last year's collaboration had lots of folks doing their thing, it was really cool and I am super proud of it. Kris, I would love to hear some Stick stuff too...

I'd like to say that ANY parts will be useful, and will help create a different vibe... simple parts, complex ones, etc etc... Also, while the tonality is C Melodic (Real melodic/Jazz Minor) it doesn't mean that the whole thing has to be played over a dim ( Cmin6/Cminmaj7) Tonality.

Simply play the melody created from the note pool other than a "C" (D, Eb, F, G, A, B) and note the respective harmonization, and you will get some severe coolness...

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Sounds so cool. I fear my stick skills are so terrible that I would just take away from the awesomeness since I can barely wrap my head around melodic minors (my last music theory class was in high school in 1992).

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So I was confused why people (especially classical music) used melodic minor going up but used natural minor going down. Now it's melodic minor up or down, especially for jazz, but it used to be a thing,

Here's the why and the what of the 3 types of minor: natural, harmonic. and melodic. Nicely explained.


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Would it make sense to not jump between too many time sigs so as to keep this thing flowing? This is your project Scott, I'll give you whatever you think is best. I was just wondering, if we called out the bpm and the key, then everyone could pitch in and editing it all together would be easier. Or maybe the idea is to have this be super eclectic? Just trying to save you editing headaches man =)

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Kris wrote:
Would it make sense to not jump between too many time sigs so as to keep this thing flowing? This is your project Scott, I'll give you whatever you think is best. I was just wondering, if we called out the bpm and the key, then everyone could pitch in and editing it all together would be easier. Or maybe the idea is to have this be super eclectic? Just trying to save you editing headaches man =)

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Hey thanks, Kris!

hehehe no worries, I can handle whatever I get; I want to make it easiest for those who submit, though. I'm hoping that it transcends being "my" project and becomes a "Stickist" community project.

I'm really good at editing so it should be no sweat! You guys just do what you do, and send me riffs! :D

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:D So yeah, I "bumpity-bump" this thread... Mostly because I want to see and hear what kind of sonic madness we can come up with using the Stick (Or whatever tappy type instrument you use!) I'd really like to see folks from the boards here unleash the fury and blow some minds, it's so cool to listen back to this track and hear all of the different styles and tastes come together in one shot...

Again, here's last year's! A lot of fun, I think it's pretty unique, and the best thing about it is that it's all guys from the boards here (All over the world) doing their thing, and it's quite something!

https://soundcloud.com/jayesskerr/twenty-sixteen-2016-stickisttapping-collaboration



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Keep bumping this thread. Life is busy and a reminder is what I need. Looking forward to coming up with something juicy for you

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Jzzb8ovn wrote:
Keep bumping this thread. Life is busy and a reminder is what I need. Looking forward to coming up with something juicy for you


I can't wait to hear it, Rob! It's going to be awesome!

You don't have to be Steve Vai, just make something up, and send it to me. It'll be cool.

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Post Re: The Great Stickist.com Online Collaboration of 2017
I have a question:

If I am crossing the midline with chords and melodies (LH on the RH side and vice versa), what is the best way to send you separate tracks?

By example, say I want and F with a #11 played with the LH as
string 3 fret 7
string 5 fret 6
string 7 fret 5

with the RH playing a melody on strings 9 and 10

and then a C power chord on strings 5,6, and 8 with melody on strings 7, 9 and 10

This is not a hypothetical question.

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sagehalo wrote:
I have a question:

If I am crossing the midline with chords and melodies (LH on the RH side and vice versa), what is the best way to send you separate tracks?

By example, say I want and F with a #11 played with the LH as
string 3 fret 7
string 5 fret 6
string 7 fret 5

with the RH playing a melody on strings 9 and 10

and then a C power chord on strings 5,6, and 8 with melody on strings 7, 9 and 10

This is not a hypothetical question.


Good question, I'm really looking forward to hearing what you come up with!

My method is pretty simple, I literally have Stick Melody side and Bass side going to their own channels/inputs in my interface. The interface is synced with Logic ProX (My favourite, but it could be anything). I arm the tracks and hit record, Melody side gets recorded on one track, Bass side on the other.

Pretty easy, IF you have at least a dual input interface. I also use a Zoom H4N, especially when I am on the road. Most of the tunes I record are with the H4n, when I get back home I try to polish it up a little bit with some EQ, compression, and a couple of amp sims along with some reverb and maybe a delay...

Sometimes soloing the tracks and listening back to one without the other is pretty interesting, I find...

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