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Can someone do a transcription of Jump for me?


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Please use this version when transcribing.

 

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When you"re finished can you also do this theme from Star Wars for me?

 

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Thanks, KC. You guys are the best.

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Ok that gave me laughs x 2 :D

 

I posted this in Craig's forum but worth re-posting here. I'm linking to the 1986 one but there's ones from '79 to '86 (with more to come) and I just can't get over the quality of the editing:

 

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Sure, $200/hour/instrument track in each song.

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Would you like me to transcribe the 44.1 kHz version or the 48 kHz version? :crazy:

 

Do you charge by the cycle? If so, then 44.1khz, please. Less notes, lower price right?

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I always liked Han Navel's version, "Job"

 

Unfortunately looks like some killjoy had it pulled from youtube, I thought it was brilliant.

Gee -- I just found it...

 

 

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I always liked Han Navel's version, "Job"

 

Unfortunately looks like some killjoy had it pulled from youtube, I thought it was brilliant.

Gee -- I just found it...

 

 

Old No7

 

Crude but effective instrument of laughter. :roll:

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I've also been looking for a keyboard tab of Jump. For that matter, i'd like one of I'll wait also. if you have it, please send it tomorrow. I have a gig in West Virginia this weekend ;)

 

The gig is this weekend!??? Great Scott!!!! There's NO TIME!

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Elmer, I think you missed the reference in my joke! A few years back, VH had a train-wreck on stage because they were using backing tracks and they played back at the wrong sample rate, either lowering or raising the pitch by about a half-step (I forget which direction the sample rate erred).

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Elmer, I think you missed the reference in my joke! A few years back, VH had a train-wreck on stage because they were using backing tracks and they played back at the wrong sample rate, either lowering or raising the pitch by about a half-step (I forget which direction the sample rate erred).

 

Ah yes. I remember seeing the footage of this. A two tiered joke! Very sly!

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