As next as next we came to the so called
So the guitar lick is yeah,
is a way to enhance our song with some
And produce a rhythmic accompaniment to
the drum and also to the bass pattern.
You must know when we, or when you create
a song or make a composition.
It's not, so important to play too
complicated pattern or
too tricky or too freak out.
You must try to make music, try to play a
But important it is say, correspondence to
each other with, harmonic tune.
This is very important.
So and I will work, I will work with this
pattern with the following excerpt.
It's a guitar sample.
[SOUND] So additionally I put an amp
effect on it like a traditional
e-guitar player does and all together
sounds now like this here.
[SOUND] So but, you can choose between the
an a version with the effects or I will
explain it with the clean version.
And the pattern in simple but, cool.
It's goes like this here,
we starting on the four beat with two
reverse babies, yeah?
So it means when we count
It means 1, 2, 3, [SOUND] 1, 2,
3 [SOUND] 1, 2, 3 [SOUND].
So in the reverse babies are played
We start with the first backward motion.
Transformer click then [SOUND] Open,
We'll do release.
[SOUND] And this is switching.
And the cross-fader between transformer
[SOUND] So okay, this is it basically.
Then on the following measure, on the one
beat, we let the record play.
And cut this one-eighth note with a the
And so, and together.
So, in direct succession, two backward air
in order to move the record [SOUND] Back
to the start of the symbol.
The entire sequence of guitar licks goes
and then we play the sample once again as
in release, yes?
So and we produce three tones by cutting
it with the transformer
an open close motion that means [SOUND].
This is our closing off.
Once again, the whole sequence
1, 2, 3.
1, 2, 3.
1, 2, 3.
And once again 1, 2, 3.
And once again, 1, 2, 3.
So it's not so tricky.
Okay, I hope you got it.
This is our way to enhance the sequence,
the bass and the drum pattern.
And yeah, now we go over to the solo