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« Reply #1715 on: July 31, 2017, 05:59:00 PM »
^ Huge fan of the new album, I've just bought it & I'm downloading it now.  :tup

The only criticism I have it that it seems to drag on a lot in the 2nd half. I'd suggest maybe taking the best ideas from each song from the final quarter (apart from CK9) & putting it into one song so it flows better for the whole album.

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« Reply #1716 on: August 23, 2017, 12:22:33 AM »
Hey guys, I've got something new for ya! I just released my first instrumental solo guitar album! I wrote, arranged, recorded, and mixed everything, as well as played (and programmed) all of the instruments. My buddy (and Bloodhound bandmate, Tyler) mastered it for me. Would mean a lot if you guys would check this out as well. It's definitely not as long as the last Bloodhound album!

https://codymckenna.bandcamp.com/album/the-circle-of-wonders-i-welcome-to-the-circle

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« Reply #1717 on: October 09, 2017, 09:40:20 AM »
Had to let go our bassist, who replaced our former bassist in what was a total shitshow of a breakup three years ago.

Sucks, but he was one of those passive aggressive personalities. He had a strong vision of what the band should be, but he had no desire to lead us in that direction through anything other than arguments in the band group text.

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« Reply #1718 on: October 22, 2017, 11:10:42 AM »
Had to let go our bassist, who replaced our former bassist in what was a total shitshow of a breakup three years ago.

Sucks, but he was one of those passive aggressive personalities. He had a strong vision of what the band should be, but he had no desire to lead us in that direction through anything other than arguments in the band group text.
Losing members is the worst. One time one of my bands had to kick out our singer. We weren't sure how to break it to him, so we looked up "ways to break up with a girl" online cause we though the situation would be similar. hahahaha. It said that doing it in a public place was a good idea so they don't make a scene, so we took him to poquito mas. Terrible idea. As we were in the middle of this conversation, they were calling our orders, so we'd be right in the middle of this intense thing - he's begging us to give him another chance (a 5th chance at this point), we're trying to explain to him why we can't do that, and then "NUMBER 21!", and one of us would be like "Oh, just a sec" and then get up to get our food, while he's just sitting there about to cry.  :lol :lol :lol
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« Reply #1719 on: October 26, 2017, 02:39:33 PM »
Hey guys, I've got something new for ya! I just released my first instrumental solo guitar album! I wrote, arranged, recorded, and mixed everything, as well as played (and programmed) all of the instruments. My buddy (and Bloodhound bandmate, Tyler) mastered it for me. Would mean a lot if you guys would check this out as well. It's definitely not as long as the last Bloodhound album!

https://codymckenna.bandcamp.com/album/the-circle-of-wonders-i-welcome-to-the-circle

Hey I took a listen to this, and I enjoyed it. You're quite talented. I really like the expressiveness you have over your lead playing; you make the guitar sing. The way you've layered the parts is also interesting and keeps the listener engaged. You've definitely put some thought into them. There's also a great mesh of rock genres in play here, without straying too far into any one.

I would say I liked the second half of the album better and my favorite tracks would be Fragile, McFly and The Circle.

Would be interested in hearing a follow up album for sure.

Were the drums programmed? I thought so from the sound of it, but I could be wrong.

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« Reply #1720 on: October 26, 2017, 05:45:56 PM »
Hey guys, I've got something new for ya! I just released my first instrumental solo guitar album! I wrote, arranged, recorded, and mixed everything, as well as played (and programmed) all of the instruments. My buddy (and Bloodhound bandmate, Tyler) mastered it for me. Would mean a lot if you guys would check this out as well. It's definitely not as long as the last Bloodhound album!

https://codymckenna.bandcamp.com/album/the-circle-of-wonders-i-welcome-to-the-circle

Hey I took a listen to this, and I enjoyed it. You're quite talented. I really like the expressiveness you have over your lead playing; you make the guitar sing. The way you've layered the parts is also interesting and keeps the listener engaged. You've definitely put some thought into them. There's also a great mesh of rock genres in play here, without straying too far into any one.

I would say I liked the second half of the album better and my favorite tracks would be Fragile, McFly and The Circle.

Would be interested in hearing a follow up album for sure.

Were the drums programmed? I thought so from the sound of it, but I could be wrong.
Hey thanks for listening! You're actually the first person ever to give me feedback on this (other than a couple of friends), so I'm super relieved it's positive. haha. Thanks so much for the kindness. And yes, the drums are programmed. It's funny, because a lot of my friends were fooled. Not you though! Good ear.  ;)

Anyways, thanks again for listening. It means a lot.

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« Reply #1721 on: November 13, 2017, 12:32:26 AM »
We uploaded a new song. It's meant to be a stand alone single. It's definitely our most radio-friendly song. It relates to the concept much like the entirety of our last album did - that is, it's supposed to be a song written BY the main character instead of the normalcy of it being a song ABOUT the main character.

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« Reply #1722 on: December 19, 2017, 12:34:06 AM »
Got kicked from the band because I asked for weekend rehearsals, or nearer to me, since I couldn't handle physically anymore to drive through the night, picking up and dropping the singer, sleeping 3 hours before returning to work at 7am.
Had a pathetic chat with the drummer/funder, and the other two didn't even bother to send me a bye via messenger.

I wonder what I'll play next and when I'll be able to play live again, cause it's gonna miss me fast !
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« Reply #1723 on: December 19, 2017, 07:22:33 AM »
That sucks.  You asked for some kind of reasonable accomodations, and they kicked you out?  It sounds like you might be better off without them.  It sucks not having a band when you want to play, but being in a band shouldn't cause more pain than joy.

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« Reply #1724 on: December 20, 2017, 02:50:01 AM »
The drummer told me if I couldn't rehearse at his home on weekdays each week, it couldn't be possible anymore.
I can understand a part of the issue, but i've been dumped like poop and the two others just ignored me, it hurts a little, but I'm better without them.
Btw it was a mise tribute and never understood the need to rehearse every week
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« Reply #1725 on: December 20, 2017, 08:12:45 AM »
Yeah, that hurts.  But fuck them, obviously if they care this little about a band member, the band was not going to succeed.

Playing in bands once you get older, out of school and whatever, is really different from playing with friends in someone's garage or basement when you're growing up.  You're all friends first, or maybe someone is a friend of a friend, but you get tight personally if you weren't already, and that helps overcome a lot of other issues (like not actually being very good!)  The band is an important part of your life, but that's partly because you're young and there isn't a whole lot else in your life that could actually be important.  (School?  Ha!)

The band I'm in now was formed via Internet and word-of-mouth.  None of us in the current band knew any of the others before joining.  When we get together to rehearse, or even to play a gig, it's much more like a project team at work.  We know our jobs, we do them well, everyone wins.  But we're not tight on a personal level.  Occassionally two or three of us will meet at a bar to check out local competition, but we don't get together for dinner with our spouses, or social events or anything.  I've known our band leader for four years now, the drummer and bassist for three, and I don't know if I consider them "friends".  They're more like co-workers who I get along with really well.  We'll grab lunch together after a meeting if the timing works out, but that's about it.

Band members have come and gone over the years.  Some I'm still friends with (one anyway, the singer who originally got me into the band and was a friend first), some I would have wanted to stay friends with but they chose to cut ties, and some I was happy to see gone.  Some of the ones who I was happy to see out of the band are still Facebook friends, which is weird.

I'm not sure what my point was anymore, but what the hell, this is the chat thread.  Blab blab blab.

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« Reply #1726 on: December 20, 2017, 10:44:21 AM »
Thanks for the kind words, you're obviously the voice of wisdom and it's a pleasure to have someone to talk about it.

I had several bars and pubs bands from 15 to 24 years old, that was my first tribute and I'm now 36.

I think several mistakes have been made and they are too stupid for this chat to happen with them.
The drummer waited with his classified searching for members, I met him in the end of 2015.
We worked loads of song every wednesday evening having loads of fun and I was getting home around 11pm.
Summer 2016 we meet a bassist and this guy became a friend, can play anything with some serious touch, while dancing like crazy.
Later on we get a keyboardist and average singer.
We redo the list of songs and work.
I grab the singer in town, forcing me to hurry after work and get home near 0h30, my mistake because he decided it was not possible for him to grab me because I am living farther on the road than him, Hello I'm uber.
I did this for a year and in june and july we had some live venues. I was happy because it was three loud outdoors venues with a good big crowd that appreciated the show, plus we got some money.

There we go downhill :
-we met a fantastic singer that auditionned with us, the drummer declined because the keyboardist threatened to leave if he stopped lead singing
-the bassist left the town so we got a new one that is weak technically
Summer comes and we stopped rehearsing

September I ask for a change of rehearsal times, we discuss the small possobilities and do it 3 times.
Until november the drummer asked me several time to go back to wednesday and fuck my life.
Then we rehearse with 6 new songs we all worked and we are rather happy.

The morning after I receive a mail from the drummer that kicks me because the fact I can't rehearse at night in weeks is driving him crazy and puts his family life in danger.
Then an epitaph on fb messenger, the two others don't bother to talk, and the day after I'm kicked everywhere.

On a side note, he updated his classified 10 days before the rehearsal so I'm not stupid, but the hypocrisis of making me work the songs for nothing and playing comedy is so weak of them.

I got the weekend after at the drummer's to get my stuff back, including my jamhub silent rehearsal, that he didn't miss to tell he was going to miss it and needed a solution to replace it.

I left this band as a prince, with a little money, good memories and no regret.

Without ego issue, I'll just add that I was the only current member with the technical level needed, and I which my future band will be stimulating for my playing quality and raise me up :)
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« Reply #1727 on: December 20, 2017, 12:02:29 PM »
Good for you.  Every musical experience is unique, and thus has something you can learn from.  We all grow as musicians from every gig we play, every time we jam, every time we rehearse.  They still acted pretty shitty toward you and you have every right to be pissed, but if you can walk away from this experience with a smile on your face, and a bit wiser, then you'll be fine.

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« Reply #1728 on: December 21, 2017, 03:47:23 AM »
Band drama is tiring. A guy in my band and one of my closest personal friends recently slept with the girl that he knew that I liked. More of a sit-com drama situation there but still just makes you tired.
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« Reply #1729 on: February 26, 2018, 10:44:25 PM »
First single off my upcoming solo concept album!
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« Reply #1730 on: April 08, 2018, 06:18:09 PM »
Wow, the Musician's Chat Thread hasn't been too chatty lately.  You guys posting original stuff, let me be the first to say that I suck and never seem to get around to checking out your stuff.  I'm sorry.  That said, let me now bore you with some of the shit I've been up to lately.

I worked up a six-part instrumental medley for Flute, Violin, Alto Saxophone, Guitar, Piano, and Organ.  Selections from "Jesus Christ Superstar" played Easter Morning at my church.  It seemed to go over really well.  We ended up with two guitars, both acoustic but one with pickup and small amp and one naked.  The music director told me what the final instrumentation would be (God knows I wouldn't have done it this way) and I worked with that.  Mostly flute and violin duet, with the occassional intrusion by the alto sax, and different combinations of guitars picking and strumming and the piano doing piano things to accompany.  The organ doesn't come in until the final eight bars, as we're pounding out the big ending.  Pretty crazy stuff.

Got a call this morning at 8:30 from Tim, the pastor's husband, asking me if I could bring my Melodica this morning (presumably for me to play, but I find it humorous that he didn't actually say that) because there's this song that Sherrie (the pastor) asked him to do in church this morning, and he thinks a Melodica would be a nice addition.  Sure, I'll bring it.  I was getting ready to leave, with choir rehearsal at 9:00 and service at 10:00.  So we ran through this song once at like 9:50, and we played it during the service.  He sang and strummed, Mijin played piano, and I played the Hooter.  Pretty fun stuff.  Mijin is our insanely beautiful/cute/hot Asian keyboard player.  Well, she's the organist and thus accompanies the choir and plays for the hymns and stuff, but also plays the piano sometimes.  Funny how I thought of her as a "keyboard player".  I guess it's all about context.

Oh yeah, we did a Taize Service on Maundy Thursday (Google is your friend) with me on the Flute, Michael on Violin, and Mijin on Piano.  Lots of free-form semi-structured music and singing.

My regular band is still practicing regularly, or at least somewhat regularly, learning new tunes, trying to be ready in case someone actually gets us a fucking gig.  We have like 60 songs now, and no gigs until September.  Yay.

Gonna do the gig for the homeless shelter again this year.  Bill the Guitarist/Vocalist is in charge again of course, at it's once again at the place I used to play at years ago.  Karen and Mike who I played with there before, and later in a regular band, and who are married in real life, will be on Lead Vocals and Bass respectively, another singer named Amy will be joining us this year (she's hot), and this time on Drums it'll be Scott who I played with years ago at the other place that I started playing at after leaving the first place.  He plays there sometimes now, too, and Amy is also from there (the first place) though she wasn't there when I was there before.  I'll be on Keyboards and Sax again.  I saw Scott playing in a band a few years ago, the band that the friend of our old lead singer was in, the same singer who joined after Karen and Mike left.  But remember, I knew Karen and Mike from before anyway.  And yes, I'm being intentionally obtuse in describing all this because I think it's funny how I'm connected to all these people in one, two, or even three degrees, and the "how" doesn't really matter.  So anyway, six people, 15 songs, three rehearsals and then we play the thing on April 27th.  That'll be fun.  Crazy set list.  Hotel California, Sweet Home Chicago, Rock Around the Clock, I'm a Believer... all over the place.  I'm looking forward to it.
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« Reply #1731 on: April 09, 2018, 12:49:06 AM »
Glad to read from you, nice stories and be patient, gigs can only come !
Just beware of too much hotness around you, as it can lower hands accuracy and focus :D

I'm still bandless since november, but I have to take care of my pregnant wife, it's not a bad thing.
I play here and there and read music theory on relaxing time.
Next year will surely be busier ^^

I'll just try to do some jams with musician friends, that I wasn't able to do with the band activity.
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« Reply #1732 on: April 27, 2018, 12:20:02 PM »
I don't really know about where to put this but...

Back in 2015, high school I went to was shut down (or actually merged to another high school but whatever). It was a great place to be, it had some emphasis on music and theatre and a lot of hugely talented people had been there. There was also a nice, welcoming and accepting athmosphere. Many people still miss the place. Anyway, when the musically oriented students heard about the merger and realized the fact our dear school wouldn't be no more, somebody came up with an idea of making a record where students would play different songs. Plenty of people liked the idea and in the spring 2015 recordings took place. The album was a real mixed bag: there was cover songs, students' own compositions, acoustic stuff, metal, pop, one child's ditty we thought was funny...

And some Dream Theater.

I was actually graduated by that point, but was friends with one guy who was a driving force behind the record. I don't actually record how it came to be, but I had probably mentioned to him that I was a fan of DT. Apparently some of the more metalhead students had came up with the idea of recording a Dream Theater song and he asked me to sing on it. I was naturally pretty stoked, getting to sing one of my favourite bandīs song on a record!

The song was The Best of Times, with slightly altered lyrics. It was also shortened a little, to about 10 minutes. I was bit hesitant about the song choice at first, knowing that it was very personal and important track to MP, and really, losing our school was nowhere near close as devastating as losing a loved one. But I still decided to take part. One more thing: it was a duet. The other singer is a hugely talented female vocalist, way better than I am. And the performance of the musicians was absolutely top-notch, the guitarist nailed the solo. The guys and girl were around 18 for Pete's sake! And then there was me, with my croaky, Portnoy-esque baritone :lol. I actually sang parts of it octave lower than JLB, because my range is rather low. But it was a fun experience. And we actually played the damn thing live at school! Sadly, I suffered from cold that day and couldn't really hit the high notes. But it was great!

I don't think our version is online anywhere, but I might be able to upload it if someone wants to hear it. I might have to ask permission from the people involved first.

TL; DR: I have sang The Best of Times on a record commemorating my former high school.
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« Reply #1733 on: April 27, 2018, 12:56:19 PM »
I think it's awesome that you got to do that.  Any gig is a good gig.  Any chance to record a song and put it out there (whatever "out there" might mean) is a good thing.

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« Reply #1734 on: April 28, 2018, 02:29:31 PM »
Did the gig for the homeless shelter last night, and it was a gas!  Technically a one-off gig, this was the second year in a row we've done it, but since Bill put the band together each time, who plays depends on who's available.  Bill (guitar, vocals), me (keys, sax), Mike (bass) and Karen (vocals) same as last year, Scott (drums) new this year but we've all played with him before, and Amy (vocals) who I didn't know but who has sung with everyone else before.

Then last weekend, Karen caught a nasty respiratory infection, was in bed all week, and couldn't do the gig.  Amy was promoted from background vocals to lead vocals on seven of the 15 songs, a girl named Lynn joined us on about half the songs, I added some backgrounds and the occassional lead vocals, and we did the gig anyway.

The shift in vocal responsibilities moved things around musically, which was interesting.  Bill did more singing, but he's not great at singing and playing at the same time, so a lot more fell to me, so that was fun.  Very challenging.  But we didn't cut any songs; we got through them.  "Hotel California" turned out pretty damned good, especially considering the personnel involved.  It turned out that Amy and Lynn's voices blended perfectly, and I added a third part, so the harmonies were tight.  When we got to the solo, I had my hands full with pad on the left, and a combination harpsichord/piano sound in the right, emulating all the picking/strumming stuff going on in the background.  Kinda hard to describe what I do with my fingers there, but it's a wacky combination of arpeggiating, comping, and "strumming" (rolling the chords) all at once.  Between that and the padding, and the fact that everyone was listening to the guitar anyway, the effect was nice and full, when it was only the three of us.

Four Fleetwood Mac tunes, all which Karen was supposed to sing lead on; that was a challenge.  Amy and Lynn split them up, we all sang, and it worked fine.

Got to play Superstition by Stevie Wonder.  I've always wanted to play that song, always meant to learn it, and managed to do it.  My Yamaha POS has a pretty decent Clav sound; people said it sounded great, so that's cool.

I'm still gassed about it (in case you couldn't tell).  Damn!  There's nothing like gigging, nothing like playing live music.  ♫♫♪♫!!

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« Reply #1735 on: May 17, 2018, 07:12:13 AM »
So given that I haven't been round for a year, I thought I'd check back on this, glad to see the band's still going Orbert!

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« Reply #1736 on: July 26, 2018, 11:14:28 PM »
Next single of my upcoming solo concept album. I'm hoping the album will be done and out in the next couple of months. It would probably be done already if my there's wasn't so much crap going on at my job. But either way, here's the track. Hopefully you guys dig it.
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« Reply #1737 on: September 05, 2018, 08:31:13 AM »
I'm currently preparing songs lists to help chosing with future band members because I'm fed up waiting for a band to join ^^
Only issue with my local ads is that I got 10 guitarists and that's it :D
One pop-punk set and one metal set, hope it will go well and rehearse soon !
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