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Battle of the Bands
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soy.el.che  
27 Apr 2008 18:11 | Quote
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anyone here wants t start a internet band??... i did like a music project with a friend that we wrote a song. i recorded the main riff and sended it to him, (he was living on another city, i moved last year) and he recorded the drums and the bass...
naah ive never done it, but anyone wants to give it a try??
EMB5490  
27 Apr 2008 18:21 | Quote
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lol we could have battle of the bands on here lol. our own version...all-guitar-chords.com battle of the guitarists lol.
GRX40  
27 Apr 2008 19:09 | Quote
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That'd be cool, but I don't think you'd want me in your band. I'm not very good. :D
Cata34  
27 Apr 2008 19:16 | Quote
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Sound cool except don't most all of us play guitar? How many guitars does one band need?
EMB5490  
27 Apr 2008 20:58 | Quote
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well, lynyrd skynyrd has 3 or so, and the eagles have about everyone in the next 2 zip codes...lol so the only thing would be to get a drum machine, and one of us would sing, and we could ave battle of the guitarists.
Nutter166  
28 Apr 2008 01:25 | Quote
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I would haha and theres a few here that play bass aswell as guitar :) But my parents are really iffy about noise control and I can't record for sht >.
mattmurray  
28 Apr 2008 01:55 | Quote
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hahah this actually sounds kind of fun, all kinds of genres and influences together... i personally play bass, electric and acoustic guitar, and have a drum machine program thats pretty good
Skold  
28 Apr 2008 01:58 | Quote
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Well, I could possibly take on vocals and bass.
ThePusher  
28 Apr 2008 03:39 | Quote
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Whence I get recording again I'd be in I mean I can play virtually any instrument given any time.
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 07:01 | Quote
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This does sound like fun! A suggestion, some of the people who don't have recording equipment or who don't think they play well enough could volunteer as "official" judges. (sorry, no pay). Also see what you think of this....as a group (forum) we write some lyrics (verse, chorus etc) and each band does the best they can writing and playing a song for those lyrics. yes, no?
soy.el.che  
28 Apr 2008 08:21 | Quote
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yep, sounds great, i can play everything but drums, that will be the only thing misssing
... anyone knows any computer programthat would help this case??
Nutter166  
28 Apr 2008 11:53 | Quote
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I might be able to let my mate borrow her drums :P but again recording problems >.
EMB5490  
28 Apr 2008 13:47 | Quote
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i can just record myself on my very expensive vid camera, (which isnt really mine, its a friends, but w/e) so ye. but id have to see what i could play or w/e, if not id make a good judge. or maybe we could have like different skill levels? like a band of like 6 months under, year or so under, 2 years under, and then like playing for long time in last category, or it prob be better to classify, like beginner intermediate, advanced expert thing. sounds cool, wow...i was acctually joking at first, but this could be cool. also there could be song sections, like one group plays covers of songs, and another makes songs.
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 19:13 | Quote
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can't you get a nice usb mike and record into the computer? wasn't someone talking about that recently? i'm thinking about getting one, does anyone have a suggestion for a good one?
Skold  
28 Apr 2008 20:00 | Quote
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I've got a mic (XLR to 1/4" jack), chords, guitar, bass, drum program, and audio recording program (audacity). What else would we need?
les_paul  
28 Apr 2008 20:02 | Quote
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Is there a free recording program you can download from the Internet?
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 20:04 | Quote
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@skold
directions to your house! lol
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 20:07 | Quote
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@L-P
yeah, audacity is free. good program, easy to use but i'm not sure if you can record multi tracks. Skold, can you record multi tracks on audacity??
Skold  
28 Apr 2008 20:08 | Quote
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You can, just not at the same time.
Skold  
28 Apr 2008 20:12 | Quote
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Also, I've got this little baby





Phip  
28 Apr 2008 20:12 | Quote
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i;ve also got easy media creator (paid version) that comes with a audio editor. looks like it records multi tracks too. i haven't used it yet for two reasons. 1 no mike yet. 2 don't feel like i'm ready to record myself but i may be getting close.
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 20:17 | Quote
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@ skold
you running everything through that? does it connect (or can it connect) into your computer?
Skold  
28 Apr 2008 20:20 | Quote
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Yeah. I have a double ended headphone jack chord running from the Workstation's Headphone input, to the PC's mic input. Records fine, no delay, etc. But yeah, everything runs through the Workstation.
les_paul  
28 Apr 2008 20:24 | Quote
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I down loaded audacity but I can't find it on my computer. I think I need a computer for dummies book or something.
Skold  
28 Apr 2008 20:26 | Quote
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Just get a Mac. It's like a PC for dummies anyway.
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 20:35 | Quote
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LP did you download the install program to your comp or did you install the program from the internet. once the program is installed it will show up in "all programs" as "audacity".
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 20:41 | Quote
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the install program for windows should be audacity-win-1.2.6.exe
if you can't find it use the windows search funtion to find it (then double click it). just copy and paste what i wrote above to search for the file.
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 20:48 | Quote
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@ les_paul
i just downloaded the audacity program (mine was an older version) and it went off without any problems. let me know if i can help.
Steve
les_paul  
28 Apr 2008 20:52 | Quote
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@phip: not sure what I did. It's not showing up on the "all programs" list. I found it in program files on my computer but I still can't open it.

When I do a search on audacity-win-1.2.6.exe it just pulls up a blank page??? I really suck on a computer.
Phip  
28 Apr 2008 21:02 | Quote
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ok, try the add/remove programs in control panel to get rid of what you've got then go back and be sure to download the windows version to a temp folder and run the install program from there. in other words when the prompt comes up on the download page do NOT select "run" instead you should select "save" and save it in a temp folder. then you can control the installation.
Tilikidis  
28 Apr 2008 22:31 | Quote
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ok ..... so whos gonna be in who's band? how is this gonna work?
Skold  
28 Apr 2008 22:41 | Quote
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No idea, man.
les_paul  
29 Apr 2008 05:28 | Quote
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@PHIP: I got it. That last thing you said worked. Thanks :-)
EMB5490  
29 Apr 2008 05:34 | Quote
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i think we should do it by skill, so like ppl who consider themselves to be begginers, then intermediate, thewn advanced i guess.
lance  
29 Apr 2008 17:37 | Quote
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think i'll offer my services as a judge atm.....lmao
EMB5490  
8 May 2008 20:33 | Quote
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i think this too should belong in the battle of the bands section, for it kinda explains it.
Mistaluke  
18 May 2010 10:32 | Quote
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Haha I can play good and all but no recording equipment
:) add me as a judge! !!
BodomBeachTerror  
18 May 2010 11:53 | Quote
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i think this it 2 years old
gx1327  
18 May 2010 12:05 | Quote
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this reminds me of "the postal service". band created by ben gibbard (death cab for cutie) and... that dude from dntel. they mailed their music back and forth to each other collaborating on it without ever working together in person. the name of the band came from the method used to create it...

and yes this is old. i'm assuming that if this band went anywhere it wasn't very far...
Heather  
18 May 2010 17:51 | Quote
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Haha this is ancient =D A lotta those members aren't really even active now...doubt you're gonna be judging them!
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