Up To My Neck In You Rhythm Cover

02 Apr Up To My Neck In You Rhythm Cover


Jacob Yergert

Im a college student from the Denver, CO area whole likes good, hard, rock n roll with no frills. Found Fil on Youtube 2 or 3 years ago, and now Im pretty active here :D

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    Posted at 09:54h, 05 April

    Great, Jack!

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    Posted at 05:17h, 05 April

    Nice one!
    I had tried to figure this one by ear as well, and I thought the second riff’s progression goes like C5-C5-C5-D5-boogie, maybe?

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      Posted at 05:30h, 05 April

      It may be, I’ll see how that sounds when Im near my guitar next. They dont show Malcolm enough in live videos to be able to see anything clearly 🙁

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    Posted at 21:36h, 04 April

    Hay head this is realy good! you got my head bopping to it 🙂

    Keep it up ^^

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    Posted at 09:07h, 02 April

    Hello mate, really good cover. I just wondered what you meant by your guitar is 20% to the left?.

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      Posted at 18:21h, 02 April

      When I mixed the audio, you can move the tracks to different speakers in stereo. For example, Malcolm is usually on the right channel of AC/DC’s recordings and Angus is on the left. So if you listen with stereo headphones, my guitar audio will be 20% more on the right than on the left.

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        Posted at 06:26h, 05 April

        I think you just swapped both^^ Mal left, Angus right =)

        Anyway! Great cover! Tight grove and a very good sound, yes!
        I was amused! xDxD

        Greetings bro! 🙂

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          Posted at 06:34h, 05 April

          Woops, my bad.

          Thanks, Snook. I think the sound’s getting closer, but the timing is progressing much slower.


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    Posted at 05:22h, 02 April

    Here is my cover of Malcolm’s part of Up To My Neck In You, off Powerage. There are a few mistakes in it, but I learned it entirely by ear, so please forgive me. I know I flub a few notes in there too. The original track is moved 20% to the left, and my guitar is 20% to the right.

    I recorded the audio seperately from the video, so if they are not entirely in sync with each other, that is why.

    I tried some more interesting video effects in this one, what with the lightning and all.

    Recorded with:
    Sony ACID Build 6.0
    PodFarm 2
    A crappy Kodak camera

    Edited with:
    Adobe Premiere Pro CS5

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