A Big GuitarAboutA Big Guitar got its start in the mid 90s primarily with rock.
However, as time progressed, A Big Guitar began to explore various genres.
ABG is primarily influenced by rock and composes primarily with rock (usually instrumentals).
Sometimes ABG breaks genres by mixing them together such as rock and symphonic or rap beats and rock. Not all tracks contain guitar work.
Most songs do contain guitar work, however.
Don't be surprised to hear songs containing only orchestral or electronic arrangements, though.MembersBrian WrightInfluencesABG is influenced by many different artists and music.
The guitar work is influenced Vai, Satch, VH, and various other in this style.
Composition is most influenced by Mike Oldfield and various other composers and bands.ComposingToo much commercial music today is driven by beat,
heavy driving one chord guitar work or by
short bleeps and blips of a synth.
Little thought is placed on musical composition in in today's mainstream music. Even still, ABG is compositionally influenced by everything from pop to orchestral arrangements.
in any ABG composition, however, is always on the melody no matter the instrument used
to execute it or the beats involved.
ABG's main influence in compositions, however, derives from a combination of Joe Satriani, Eddie Van Halen and Mike Oldfield with a sprinkling of Pink Floyd thrown in occasionally.GearGuitars: Line 6 Variax Acoustic 700 and Electric 300, Charvel strat-type guitar
(made before Jackson bought Charvel).Mixing and Production Software: Steinberg Cubase SX, Steinberg Cubase LE, Sony AcidMusic Studio 5Mixing and Recording Hardware: Yamaha MW10 10 channel USB Mixer, Alesis 12 Channel Firewire mixerVirtual Instruments and Effects: Steinberg Halion Symphonic Orchestra
VST, MOTU Symphonic VST, AmpliTube, Native Instruments FM8 VST, Absynth4 VST and
I also have
various other softwares that I use rarely.Keyboards and Modules: Alesis Micron, E-MU Proteus 2000Guitar Processors: Digitech 2120, Zoom 9150Midi Interface: Midiman Midisport 4x4ReviewsIf you are an artist here at AmazingTunes (or anywhere else for that matter), I'll be more than happy to listen to and review/critique your music and/or production.
Simply send me an email that you would like me to listen.
My email address for review requests is email@example.com.Collaboration and LicensingIf you would like to collaborate on anything I've done already, if you would simply like me to embelish your composition with guitar work, additional compositional elements or even remix, master or produce
All A Big Guitar music is available for royalty-free purchase, renting or outright purchase.
For more information collaboration or licensing, email firstname.lastname@example.org.Mailing ListA Big Guitar has an email list available to join.
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Note: Your email address data will never be sold, rented or given to any other parties.Producers and A&R representativesA Big Guitar is available for studio recording sessions and is open
for discussions regarding signing an artist contract.
SonicBids EPK is available for you to review.A Big Guitar LinksMP3.com, SoundClick.com, BetaRecords.com, NumberOneMusic.com, MP3.com.au, MySpace, BroadJam
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All music is (c)(p)2007 A Big Guitar/Klearnote productions.
Mike Oldfield, Van Halen, Satriani, Journey, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Yngwie, Styx (basically, most classic rock).