|Posted on August 12, 2019 at 11:35 AM|
So I JUST got this uploaded before posting today's update (sorry about the delay!), but here's this week's cover of Easier to Run. 4 parts, 3 videos!
Pretty big list of tab updates this week too:
-Easier to Run: I changed the positioning of one of the harmonics played by Guitar 1.
-Bleed It Out: I finally transcribed the emphasis of what notes are played by Guitar 1 (like I've done more recently with tabs for stuff like Prove You Wrong).
-No More Sorrow: Added slide/hammer-on/pull-off/sustain notation to the EBow parts. I previously resisted doing this, but after doing some other tabs with EBow/long sustained parts, it made more sense to go back and change this one.
-Valentine's Day: Added an additional guitar track, there's an acoustic guitar that plays a few notes during the outro.
-In Pieces: Made some small changes to Guitar 1, and swapped the octaves played by Guitars 3 and 4 at the end of the last chorus (this makes the jump played by Guitar 3 ridiculously big, but Guitar 4 definitely stays on the same part it does the first time through the chorus).
-The Little Things Give You Away: BIG update here, changed a lot of notation on the acoustic guitar parts (as well as the instances where that part is doubled by an electric guitar), made the feedback at the beginning separate from the end rhythm tracks, added an additional guitar during the breakdown and changed some of the background chords there, added a couple EBow guitars for a feedback fade-in right before the solo, made some notation adjustments to the lead guitar during the solo, changed one of the heavy rhythm parts after the solo, and added a guitar track for a feedback sample that periodically fades in during the outro. PHEW!
As far as my next move goes...I REALLY wish I could just finish up Meteora, but I need a baritone guitar to do it. We'll see what happens in that regard. I have one more project I want to tackle before I move on to the Minutes to Midnight-present era, so I'm going to work on that until it's done. That likely means I'll go a week or two without a new upload, since it's a bigger project, but rest assured that this won't be another lengthy absence like I've been known to take. I'll also keep posting tab updates in the meantime!