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hamad  
4 Feb 2010 03:36 | Quote
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hi
ok can any one explane to me how musicians keep there work i mean there solos and chhords in the songs ti use it later or like a reminder???
case211  
4 Feb 2010 11:17 | Quote
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record it quickly, hum it into a microphone or something.
I usually tab it out if I like it enough, then I'll know exactly how I did something.
BodomBeachTerror  
4 Feb 2010 11:42 | Quote
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i usually plug it into guitarpro, or sometimes i just play it over and over enough for me to remember
JustJeff  
4 Feb 2010 12:39 | Quote
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Record, record, record!!!

I can't express this enough. The more you record you playing, the more you will remember. I can't tell you how many times I'm like, I wonder how I played that song... and then i'd load up my soundclick page, listen to it, and figure out MY OWN SONG.

It makes it a lot easier to pull those things back.
hamad  
4 Feb 2010 13:13 | Quote
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ok all the musitions do this also imean tab it or record it guickly
like u do guys
JustJeff  
4 Feb 2010 13:36 | Quote
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I doubt a lot of musicians use tab... it's more of a simple thing that us novices do. Learn to read sheet music.

It's easier to communicate music when it is heard... so I'd say recording is easier.

I can't speak for every musician in this world.
case211  
4 Feb 2010 14:06 | Quote
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tabbing is good for quick reference though ;)
Justjeff is right though, sheet is good to know.

hearing is loads easier to do though, because then you don't have to explain everything if someone is looking just at the riff on paper.
hamad  
5 Feb 2010 04:04 | Quote
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yeah thnx guys
AlexB  
5 Feb 2010 06:46 | Quote
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I dont remember how to play my own tracks quite often...
JustJeff  
5 Feb 2010 08:15 | Quote
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@alexb
Yeah, there are a lot of riffs that I've written and haven't recorded that are long gone... I wish that didn't happen! Sad thing is... some of the ones I recorded I can't even play! I don't remember what I tuned the guitar to or I have trouble finding the correct fingering...

It's rough!! :(
Empirism  
5 Feb 2010 09:29 | Quote
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JustJeff says:
Record, record, record!!!!


Def agreed.
hamad  
5 Feb 2010 13:41 | Quote
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is there another way to avoid this i think it's a big problem?
u know i have post some short tracks in biggner forum tittled ( some thing i do in free time ) but i cannot do play them aagain i donot remember and i've not tab them when i played them
damnit
vincejonesiii  
5 Feb 2010 13:58 | Quote
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well i just play it untill i knoow it THEN i record it yo :D
Empirism  
6 Feb 2010 00:22 | Quote
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When you have a background done, you could jam over and jam jam over it again, before you found out a riff you like... at that time write the key and chords down, its not matter if they are tabbed or simply to paper, but just how you like it.

In solos its little harder, I myself improvise every solo I do. But solos can be planned too, if you plan your solos, write notes down, but then its all the same than every other song... practise, practise, practise...

Its all the matter of point of view.
Empirism
hamad  
6 Feb 2010 04:44 | Quote
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thanx alot 4 ur time
TheEbida  
28 Jun 2010 19:47 | Quote
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I am simple I just play the same 4 songs I know over and over that way I have no need to waste brain cells..... LOL.... JJ... I have no real method... I forget crap all the time..
JazzMaverick  
29 Jun 2010 10:13 | Quote
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Write it down dude... look at only the few licks from my collection! Best way other than recording.


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