My name is Martin.
I have the following backing tracks transcripted for Logic Pro X.
Since I am a guitarist myself, I have only transcripted the rest of the instruments.
I will appreciate advices to improve the transcriptions (notes played, instruments, effects, sounds, volumes, etc).
DISCLAIMER: I took my licences when transcribing the songs (shorter versions, mix of live and studio versions, etc), so if you are interested in a particular song don't expect to listen to a copy of the original.
Martin.LIST OF SONGS (CONT. IN POST 19,20,22,23,24,25, 26 & 27)Pink Floyd:
SOYCD: Only part V, starts around minute 09:43. Since there's no sax solo the last bit is based on the Live at Wembley 1974 version available on YouTube.
Time: a timeless Pink Floyd classic! Only the Gilmour solo section.
Have a Cigar: this one I did it along time ago, so it's a very short version were I play the main riffs of the song.
Any Colour You Like: a challenging song to transcribe Wright's synthesisers. I think I didn't get the Gilmour guitar effect quite right, would love some advice on that. The Gilmour solo is under construction...Rush:
La Villa Strangiato: perhaps one of Rush's greatest instrumentals? Neil Peart is amazing here. No solo...sorry I can't play it
The Twilight Zone: Alex's guitar work here is really fun to play, this tune has a little bit of everything to do. No solo either but you can extend the drums and bass to create the backing track easily. The Beatles:
since 1965 onwards The Beatles started working only in the studio, so their songs have a lot of nuances I find really difficult to transcribe in Logic. I will grow a pair and transcribe more Beatles because they are amazing and really fun to play.
Come Together: love Ringo's drumming here.
Mother Nature Son: great acoustic piece by Paul. The orchestration of Martin is beautiful.
Octopus's Garden: one of the few Ringo's songs written for The Beatles. Always thought it talked about Ringo's wish of living in a garden full of pussies, but I'm pretty sure I'm wrong. Great George guitar playing!
Something: another example of the songwriting capabilities of George.