Noodle challenge one night only ?

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I can send my track to someone who could post it, it's ready, downsized to 1.9MB.
You can send it to me if you like .
Maybe Gad can add an extension or something to allow MP3 file uploads ?
 

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Just testing to see what can be attached. It won't let me attach a .mov or an MP3, drat.
This is not the criticism it may sound like because I get confused about what is posted where and very few people read everything. GAD has said that you cannot upload audio or video of any kind directly to LTG. You need to host it somewhere else and link to it here. (Sound familiar?) He has also said that it is not something he is likely to change. So you have permission to stop trying :)
 

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....if I hadn't seen the demo, I'd think it was 100% guitar....
Yeah, it's all keys. ;)

I can send my track to someone who could post it, it's ready, downsized to 1.9MB.
Why not register at soundcloud and upload it there? It's free. No need to go for their upgrade (which they'll try to get you to do). Let me know if you run into any trouble.
 

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I suspect this replaced it:
Yeah, I got mine quite a while ago. Actually, my Motif XS was replaced by the Motif XF. I hadn't even heard of the Montage, which apparently replaced the XF. With the price of these things, I'm just glad I never had Keyboard Acquisition Syndrome. :eek: BTW, I wouldn't recommend the 88-key with the "balanced hammer keyboard." I've got the 76-key and the keyboard action is fantastic. I wouldn't be able to play this fast on the 88.
 

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Yeah, I got mine quite a while ago. Actually, my Motif XS was replaced by the Motif XF. I hadn't even heard of the Montage, which apparently replaced the XF. With the price of these things, I'm just glad I never had Keyboard Acquisition Syndrome. :eek: BTW, I wouldn't recommend the 88-key with the "balanced hammer keyboard." I've got the 76-key and the keyboard action is fantastic. I wouldn't be able to play this fast on the 88.
I got 61 keys for hundred and some odd bucks . LOL My DAW has all the keyboard related stuff I could ask for well that's not true seems there's always something new that's cool and not on your system ! LOL
 

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Hey this is apparently still on going so never to late to add another Noodle . :)
 

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Sounds a Noodle song Al !
For Todd Rundgren maybe.
Plus if it's a "noodle" it ain't song.
Yet.
But as Guildedagain mentioned, sure, lots of good noodling themes and "accidents" are excellent seeds for fully realized songs.
From an earlier branch of the musical evolutionary tree, though, it occurs to me that classical Indian music especially raga could be considered "noodling" because in fact there are not set strict compositions but only themes and time signatures which the musicians blend anew, every time they play, the result being that rarely is any one "song" played exactly the same way twice.
I practice both ways myself, I have "themes" which serve as springboards for improvisation and I have strictly arranged songs which are intended to be played virtually the exact same way every time.
Only developed that philosophy when I realized that in general, busking audiences like hearing what they expect to hear.
And it explains why some folks don't get tired of a tune that gets played to death.
 

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For Todd Rundgren maybe.
Plus if it's a "noodle" it ain't song.
Yet.
But as Guildedagain mentioned, sure, lots of good noodling themes and "accidents" are excellent seeds for fully realized songs.
From an earlier branch of the musical evolutionary tree, though, it occurs to me that classical Indian music especially raga could be considered "noodling" because in fact there are not set strict compositions but only themes and time signatures which the musicians blend anew, every time they play, the result being that rarely is any one "song" played exactly the same way twice.
I practice both ways myself, I have "themes" which serve as springboards for improvisation and I have strictly arranged songs which are intended to be played virtually the exact same way every time.
Only developed that philosophy when I realized that in general, busking audiences like hearing what they expect to hear.
And it explains why some folks don't get tired of a tune that gets played to death.
I never play it the same way twice Al ! Lol nobody hears them anyway. Lmao 😂
 

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Ray, enjoyed the video and the noodle -
you're a live wire dude! - if Beetlejuice had a been a guitar movie, you definitely
could have replaced Michael Keaton 😄
 

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Awwe your just making me blush . Lol
 
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