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    Eye of the Tiger - V3 Edition (Sneak peek)

    By Jordan555/Survivor


    Submitted by Jordan555, Nov 30 2017 05:56 PM | Last updated Dec 07 2017 12:31 PM
    eye of the tiger survivor 1982 rocky cover guitar song jordan555


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    So Antonim asked me to overwrite my recent What I've Done cover since I abandoned that one. This is now the V3 version of Eye of the Tiger that I hope no-else has ever done.
    I only made it to the first verse. It took me 5 days to get to that point.

    Credit to Fran5 aka Little Ferguson to look at his cover for help and reference.

    Link to his version in V2

    A collab with him would be possible in the near future...

    File: http://www.notessimo.net/uploads/da494e5c2f92f9e1dcd20ffe49a30422.note
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    14 Comments

    yeesh, those chords tho

    yeesh, those chords tho

    I know, it's freaking hard to figure out. At least I used my older What I've Done covers I made in the past to help. Even looked at my old 8-bit What I've Done collab with Blarg as reference.

    is this a throwback to that time timothy verbist tried to make a cover of this song

    is this a throwback to that time timothy verbist tried to make a cover of this song

    I guess yeah...?

    WHAT GUITAR SHOULD I USE? I TRIED EVERY SINGLE ONE AND IT DOESN'T MATCH UP...

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    I guess yeah...?

    WHAT GUITAR SHOULD I USE? I TRIED EVERY SINGLE ONE AND IT DOESN'T MATCH UP...

    It's probably never going to match up. Well, unless Notessimo allows for a 90's guitar rig VST and some tone slides.

    You could try and find samples of the same guitar used in the song, or perhaps you could buy a similar guitar and sample from that, but that usually takes an eternity and nobody on this site has the sanity to actually do that.

    It's probably never going to match up. Well, unless Notessimo allows for a 90's guitar rig VST and some tone slides.

    You could try and find samples of the same guitar used in the song, or perhaps you could buy a similar guitar and sample from that, but that usually takes an eternity and nobody on this site has the sanity to actually do that.

    That comment was about my What I've Done cover before I overwrited it to Eye of the Tiger while the uploading was down. And I don't think it's entirely necessary to use the sliding and stuff because that could take an eternity for me as well. I've tried the overdrive guitar, distorted guitar #2(which was too loud), and clean guitar, but the distorted guitar #1 was about the only one that I could come close with to the original. But thanks for the advice

    Some notes & Chords are wrong!

    Some notes & Chords are wrong!


    You'd be wrong...I looked at Fran5's cover....I'm still working on it and there's more fixes to come eventually, but the upload machine is down again.
    UPLOADING IS STILL DOWN AS OF 12/22/2017
    Actually I'm Fran5 and Little Ferguson :P
    Nice!

    PS: The chords I've used were taken by ear... so might be wrong. I did the cover when I was 15 years old, I didn't knew much about music theory, but I think those were the best approach

    PS: The chords I've used were taken by ear... so might be wrong. I did the cover when I was 15 years old, I didn't knew much about music theory, but I think those were the best approach

    In what Year?

    2010. Actually was 13, haha

    Actually I'm Fran5 and Little Ferguson :P
    Nice!

    PS: The chords I've used were taken by ear... so might be wrong. I did the cover when I was 15 years old, I didn't knew much about music theory, but I think those were the best approach

    You still did a good job on the cover. I didn't know you was this young. I'm 18 now but the other songs and covers I had made back then were horrible but the more I learned about music the more accurate my covers were.

    2010. Actually was 13, haha


    I was 16 back then! (but i can't believe that)