Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal on DIY music distribution, Guns N' Roses and more...
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal has released his fourth song in a series of singles being released digitally this year, an intimate cover of Elton John' "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road"
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The song is available in MP3 (320kps), AAC, and higher-quality formats FLAC, MP3 HD, Apple Lossless and WAV. An instrumental version of the song is available in these formats as well.
For guitarists, there's a "Player Pack" that has a transcription of the entire lead guitartrack as a PDF file - musical notation, TAB, fingers, picking, and helpful hints. Included with the transcription is a 'Backing Track' mix and a 'Boosted Lead Guitar' mix, in both WAV & MP3 formats.
The "Producer Pack" contains 48kHz/24-bit Stereo WAV files of the mix 'stems' -there's a file of drums, bass, lead guitar, backing guitars, lead vocals & backing vocals that you can load into your multi-track software and play with levels, making your own mixes.
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Posted by Bumblefoot at 1:16 AM
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
'Invisible' full-color T-shirt (no, the shirt's not actually invisible...),
'Abnormal' knit hat,
'Abnormal' embroidered patch,
'Uncool' embroidered patch,
New glossy 8x10 photo ($5 will go to MS research for signed photos)
And a combo pack that includes the shirt, hat & Uncool patch...
Posted by Bumblefoot at 7:31 PM
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Guns N’ Roses guitarist Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal delves into technology, consumer demands and distribution and sees the way forward for musicians in an altered future
Posted by Bumblefoot at 5:37 PM