Discussion in 'Collaborations' started by A-D-L, Jun 13, 2018.
You could try to speed it up and see how it effects it, heh.
Might be interesting (or terrible).
I've decided to play metal over it regardless!
So I have played with this. And I only gain about 5 seconds before it starts to sound weird. So the track is either gonna be 1:20 or 1:15. I don't think it makes much difference tbh.
Other loops have been around the 50 second mark, I don't think an additional 30 seconds will be a problem. We rarely get 10+ entries anymore either so it's all good.
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I get a playback error.
Video or link appear to be broken.
Fixed it, bad link address.
Listening to it again I could cut out the second repeat at have it be 1min in length.
Would it be a perfect 1:00..? Cause that might be worth it for neatness and editing ease alone, heh.
Yeah it pretty much would be. Also I think repeating the last chord progression twice kills the pacing a bit.
Do them side-by-side and either pick one yourself, or let us pick one of the two.
Since some feel it's kinda slow, it'll be a matter of "Do you want to string it out that long?", ya know?
More people tend to join the slow ones, I vote 1 min so its not too long.
Can I respectfully say that I'm not wild about the cut because it ends on a hanging note, after a fifth chord? That's going to make it difficult for people to finish their solos, and it will make the end of the video sound very awkward. I think it would be better to finish on a Bm chord. There's a bar that you could take at 2:00 exactly; I'd suggest sticking that at 1:00 in the current cut and leaving it at that.
I'll look into this.
So. Been giving it a try. Will agree. Much nicer ending on that Bm. However, taking a bar of that Bm and starting again on the Bm doesn't make it the smoothest transition. If that's not a problem then i'll make the cut and off we go. If we want something smoother then i'll have to figure it out.
I made my suggestion and you've considered it seriously; I can't ask any more and will happily go with whatever you think is best!
This is far too reasonable a reply to exist on the internet today. I think you'll have to retire. Sorry.
I gave it a whirl. Smoothness be damned. Here's to practicality.
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