Swan Lake

Posted by: Bruce B

Swan Lake - 06/27/20 12:27 PM

An electric guitar version of Tchaikovsky's lovely melody at115bpm.
684 Bass, PopHalfNotesSync ev 120
2495 Piano,Electric,Vintage, Rhythm,FunkyGroove 60sJohn Ev100
RealDrums:Nashville Ev 8
543405:Guitar,Acoustic,Strumming Ev120
543:Guitar,Electric,Rhythm,Dreamy Ev120
671:Harp,RhythmCeltic,BackgroundSouthern Ev120
2773:Harp,RhythmCCeltic 16ths Ev 075.

Lead Guitar: Fender Am Stan 1995 40th Anniversary Strat, Kinman pups into Ethos preamp, Xotic SP compressor, Strymon El Caoistan, Xotic EP boost, into Behringer Eurorack 1204 FX Pro desk.

Daw: Sonar X1

Extra processing: various compressors, lots of EQ, saturation on lead and master, reverb.
Posted by: Tano Music

Re: Swan Lake - 06/27/20 02:22 PM

Loved everything about this… Very ingenious and engaging arrangement of a melody that pretty much everyone knows. Your use of the RTs is really skillful here and totally complements your lead playing. Again, the arrangement, including changes in tempo and instrumentation, are well engineered to keep the listener attentive and entertained throughout.
Posted by: TuneMonger

Re: Swan Lake - 06/27/20 05:56 PM

Wow, Dick Dale does ballet! Great job, loved it! More!
Posted by: VideoTrack

Re: Swan Lake - 06/27/20 09:52 PM

Tchaikovsky meets Pop!

Intriguing (and very different).
Posted by: rayc

Re: Swan Lake - 06/27/20 10:54 PM

Dick Dale sits a Hank Marvin's feet to produce a shadow drenched rendition of a classic...not hooked on either.
Well played.
Posted by: EdZ314

Re: Swan Lake - 06/28/20 09:40 AM

What a blast. This is very impressive. Your command of BIAB and RealTracks and selection of chords and rhythms really shines here. I admire your boldness to take on Tchaikovsky with a lead guitar. I think you balanced it quite well with emphasis on the right parts and conveyed the spirit of the song very effectively. It's an interesting juxtaposition of styles on the one hand, the sweeping melodic lines of Swan Lake, but on the other the southwestern picking style of the guitars, but it really works. The supporting harmonies and instruments blend quite well.
Posted by: Rustyspoon#

Re: Swan Lake - 06/28/20 11:55 AM

Tchaikovsky is smiling.
Fun interpretation, played well. Thank you for sharing!