Hey Mathieu, that was rad! Like you say, so many aspects of guitar (and recording!) to put that together, well done, an outcome to be very proud of! Great to see the leg tapping along with the beat throughout and the main riff you’ve got well under your fingers. Power chords sounding great too. Excellent progress, looking forward to seeing what’s next
That was great …your 2nd ??? set the bar nice and high for yourself
you put a lot of work into it, and it paid off now and later on it will also do you a lot of good … you also radiated fun
Thank you all for your kind words. I appreciate it very much that you took the time to watch the video and write a nice encouraging message. Learning an instrument is hard, but kind messages like that put my motivation high I’ll check them back if I ever feel discouraged when starting grade 3 ! Thanks again and see you around in the community !
@tRONd Thank you tRONd for your nice comment. This was my first solo and I got lucky because it’s not a difficult one. Hopefully, I’ll revisit it later when I learn more about string bending in the course.
Thanks for all the detail! This whole thing is like learning another instrument.
One more question, is there a reason you used one Moises BT with all the instruments? I noticed the app gives you the option of exporting the tracks individually (drums, vocals, bass) so I’m curious about that.
Cheers, very impressive performance and video/audio quality for a 2nd video!
@Tbushell Thank you Tom! I definitely encourage you to put it on your todo list as you’ll have a lot of fun. I agree with your observation with the picking of the riff. When I was praticing it all-down, I found it easier to keep the rythm and the same volume for each note.
There is no particular reason. I use one Moises BT with all the instruments for the simplicity of having only one BT track to mix in Reaper. But, let me know in the future if you find that the invidual track export feature is useful. I’d be happy to hear about it.
Thank you @SgtColon . Hopefully, I’ll record a new song at the end of the summer to show my progress in grade 3. For the past few months, I have been procrastinating at the second module of grade 3. I’m probably not the only one who felt this way at the start of grade 3 Luckily, I was still praticing playing songs.
However, last week, I changed my mindset with a more structured approach and restarted my study of grade 3. This summer is the best time for me to get serious about it as my schedule is less busy. Let’s go !