Yeah, I'm a drumer, but I play everything else as well. :D Although in reality, I'm a guitar player and singer, nothing else. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Yohandy" <yohand...@gmail.com>
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Thanks! Clement, you're a drummer correct? If so we should definitely get a different perspective on this. I haven't tried drums much, and I'd really like to get into it. ----- Original Message ----- From: "clement chou" <chou.clem...@gmail.com>
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I like this... and I'l try and explain my own method soon. Just need to find the right words for it. But great job on the solo! ----- Original Message ----- From: "Yohandy" <yohand...@gmail.com>
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Thanks man! before I try explaining, a small correction. this song's in Lego Rock Band, not Rock Band 2. woops. I'm so used to playing rock band 2 I always refer to that game. it is possible to export lrb songs to rb2, and there are quite a number of good songs in lrb disc, so you guys should buy it regardless if you own a console and are into music based games. Now as for the way I learn songs: First thing I do is if what I'm trying to learn is difficult to hear on a particular instrument, I turn down the background sounds, music etc as much as possible and leave the soundtrack all the way up. so if this solo sounded louder to you than the official song, this is why. Apart from this, I think it all comes down to figuring out the timing, memorizing how your part is supposed to sound, and then going on practice mode and play the song section by section at 50% speed. there's also some common sense involved. in all rock band games I've played, the charting for notes and chords doesn't change randomly, unless of course the song has around 50 chords lol. if you played a green note for the first section of a song, and another section has you play that same note, then usually you'll play the same green note. so in the case of the final countdown, the button patterns for the various groups of triplet notes is always the same, unless some notes change or are added/removed. if you're playing on expert, you pretty much play every note as the musician intended the song to be played on a real instrument. for lower difficulties things slow down a bit. medium is more like playing half notes for example. I'd also be interested in the methods other people use. we could all definitely learn something new from each other! ----- Original Message ----- From: "Scott Chesworth" <scottcheswo...@gmail.com>
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Only just had a chance to check this out, nice work man!
Yup, I'd be up for learning it if you'd be up for posting the rest of
the tutorial.  I'd also be interested to know more about your process
for figuring parts like this out, should think we all have differing
methods.

Cheers
Scott

On 1/30/10, Yohandy <yohand...@gmail.com> wrote:
This is part of my final countdown 100% notes hit tutorial on rock band 2. the section where I try explaining which colors to press didn't come out all that great and sounded rather confusing, so I'm considering re-recording it. however since this could take a while I'm sending this file first so you guys can listen to the solo, and consider whether or not you wish to learn
it or are interested in how it's played before I waste a bunch of time
working on the re-recording of the tutorial. Also please note the fact I'm not able to use line-in on this laptop for now and I'm using the built-in mic, so take that into consideration. if you guys like what you hear and
don't mind the quality I'll be glad to re-record it. Here's the file.
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/po5aru


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