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danskyx 10 Oct 04, 2013 08:43 PM

thanks for posting this tab.. i am listening right now to your Proxyfusion ... this is far more better than Dream Theater .. do you played all in the instruments for this one? .. amazing keyboards and drums and bass as well.. do you have tab for this ?..One of my frustration in "learning Instrumental or lengthy tune / solos .. i can easily forget.. after not playing the songs for a couple of days .. Well, I know you've got a "big bgain memory" - 'cause it's hard to memorize difficult sequence of songs... any advice for my problem?.. thanks again for this tab...

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ekarinsm 179 Oct 04, 2013 09:33 PM

Thanks for the kind words! Glad to hear you like it, since it's not exactly the most "approachable" piece of music, heh. I only recorded the guitar parts, haha. I don't have a bass and I can't play drums, so those are programmed. I do have a digital piano, but for both Proxy Fusion and Shading Horizon, the keyboard parts are programmed as well. I do have tabs for all of my compositions, although not all have drums tabbed out, yet.

Don't worry about forgetting stuffs, haha. I also forget how to play a lot of songs after not playing them for some time as well. I guess the best way to memorize these long passages is to split them up into groups. So instead of trying to go through the solo all at once, you might work on the harder parts first, then incorporate them together later.

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ekarinsm 179 Oct 04, 2013 09:39 PM

Here's the link to the Proxy Fusion tab:


Unfortunately, it's written for a 7-string guitar. There might be a few differences from the tab and the recording. For example, I chose to skip the whole piano intro since I can't make it to sound good enough. Also, I actually used an 8-string guitar to record the rhythm parts, so I added in some lower notes here and there. I actually don't have a 7-string guitar, haha.

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