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Discussion in 'Music Theory, Lessons & Techniques' started by WaffleTheEpic, Jan 11, 2013.
I can't seem to find any. Does anyone here have any, preferably "Maeva", "Dots", or "Aurora"?
Well... Since obviously no one has them.
I'd be willing to do some Photoshopping for anyone who would tab out any of the three songs above. I have some experience in Illustrator with designing logos. Made the link below from scratch using Photoshop and Illustrator.
I don't have the improved version, seeing as my computer that had it and all the Illustrator files fried. -_-
I could also, you know, pay for them if someone has a safe way to transfer the money.
Bump for good measure?
Keshav is a member here... try sending a PM maybe?
Keshav recently announced that he'd been getting a lot of requests so he's going to be releasing a tab book soon !
I have Celestial done almost 80% with fully loaded leads in gp6.....
When you've got Celestial done, I would love to get my hands on that tab! That song pretty much completes me.
I'm too lazy for tht..not gonna finish that
i can send u tht unfinished version though...
I can play Maeva by ear, Dots as well. Celestial, NO clue. Never tried, actually.
Want me to tab them out for ya? I can do it if you gimme some time, about 2 weeks.
Could you PM me the unfinished version of Celestial? Thanks!
just tuned to Drop B and learned a few sections of Celestial by ear, but still Im not used to the low registers and timing, I can barely play some Scale The Summit by ear
Dude see try to figure it out by ear, because generally it's a good habit. Sure it takes a while, but when you figure shit out by ear you start to notice little things like WHY certain notes work in certain places, because you're actually using your ears. While playing from tabs, you just read with your eyes where to put your finger on the fretboard and pick the notes. You aren't THINKING, which is what I feel is VERY important. Let me see if I can tab out Maeva for you, I'll send it as soon as I can anyway.
But dude, srsly, try playing by ear. It'll only help you. Cheers!
I play Cumbia, Ska and latin stuff in a local band where I have to pick all the lead lines of all the instruments cause we don't have wind players, and I always look around tabs too see how the stuff work, not cause I wan't to know where to put my finger (wich also, doesn't help too much, I always transpose to my liking). I know a tad of theory because I wanted to be able to play in any condition, couldn't move further on my Music theory cause I took a Laws course and is taking most of my time right now, but when I become familiar to my new schedule I'll resume my music studies
also, as I said, I have picked a few Scale The Summit songs by ear, but it was really time consuming, and Skyharbor is a lot harder cause of the rhytm for me, I already picked the chords and key of most songs and sections, but I get lost in the rhytm, that's why I like to look around in tabs
Can i have the unfinished celestial tab?
here it is
repped, man, I love you
Definitely tab out "Maeva" and "Dots". Those are my two favorite songs off the album, with "Aurora" behind at a close third. Not as big a fan of "Celestial" though
As for learning by ear, I can't do Skyharbor that way because of the way Keshav uses reverbs and delays, and his chord shapes are a tad nauseating to watch and try to figure out. I just can't figure that kind of thing out by ear. It's like trying to learn Monuments by ear in standard... shit don't werk.
I Want The Tabs Too If You Can Tab Maeva and Aurora. Dots is Not Hard You Can Easily Learn By Ear.
Sure, guys. A little screwed at work these days, but I will definitely tab them out for you guys!
Aurora for you
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/51390388/Aurora (feat. Dan Tompkins).gpx