looking for new riffs

drummybrand
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looking for new riffs

Postby drummybrand » Wed Jan 03, 2018 10:13 am

hello everybody! happy new year! i m totally new at this forum! i m a drummer and i really liked heavier strings! But as i m a drummer ... i have really a hard time to make my own riffs! so far i m mainly using the internal demos! i would be very happy if some of you could send me some new riffs or whatever! i would be very thankful! if you know where i can get new heavier strings midi riffs etc. perfect! thx a lot!
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Alvsvartr
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Re: looking for new riffs

Postby Alvsvartr » Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:17 pm

I can suggest you to use the great base of riffs (including midi) developed by Guitar Pro community. For example here http://www.911tabs.com/ But such midi files are totally raw and you have to modify them. Although GuitarPro software is required.
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Re: looking for new riffs

Postby drummybrand » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:48 am

Alvsvartr wrote:I can suggest you to use the great base of riffs (including midi) developed by Guitar Pro community. For example here http://www.911tabs.com/ But such midi files are totally raw and you have to modify them. Although GuitarPro software is required.


hey thank you for your answer! i think i have to check out guitar pro! thx
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TBT_Nathan
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Re: looking for new riffs

Postby TBT_Nathan » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:52 am

Thanks for the suggestion of our friend, and we also will add more riffs in the following updates, by the way, our patterns function will update in the near future, hope you will like it.
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Tremendouz
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Re: looking for new riffs

Postby Tremendouz » Fri Jan 05, 2018 5:24 am

drummybrand wrote:
Alvsvartr wrote:I can suggest you to use the great base of riffs (including midi) developed by Guitar Pro community. For example here http://www.911tabs.com/ But such midi files are totally raw and you have to modify them. Although GuitarPro software is required.


hey thank you for your answer! i think i have to check out guitar pro! thx


You can also use Tuxguitar which is a free alternative for Guitar Pro. It can open .gp5 tabs (ultimateguitar.com is my favourite place to find them)

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