2/16/10

Request: Identify song

Unknown song
Can you help me identify this song? It's from "Nat Geo Wild HD UK pre-launch Promo 2009" Please respond! I need to get the sheets for this and arrange for guitar.

2/15/10

Art: ASCII torus

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Tech: My computer rig

Mainboard: MSI K9A2+
CPU: AMD Athlon X2 64 6000+
PSU: Corsair 750
RAM: 4GB Kingston HyperX 8500 RAM
GFX: 2x Sapphire Radeon 2600 HD (Crossfire)
HDD: 2x Samsung 160GB HD
Display: 2x NEC 1700NX LCD monitors
OS: Linux/WinXP
Case: A+

2/14/10

Music: Master of Puppets

This is me playing the interlude in Master of Puppets (Metallica). I put down 4 tracks and mixed it in CoolEdit 2.

Download (~800k zipped mp3)

Tab: Still loving you - Scorpions

Wind of Changes (Scorpions)
Acoustic intro

Just heard it on the radio, and i wanna write it down before i forget this nice tune from memory

By E.F.

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b -----10---------10-----10-------10---10----
g --------9---------9-------9-----------------
d -------------------------------------------
a -0----------8--------9--------------------
E -----------------------------------------

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b -----10-------------9---9------------
g --------9-10----------9---------------
d ---------------------------------
a -8--------------7------------------
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Anyway it sounds like a good doodle.

Travel: Google Earth spots

Hello, world!
Check out some spots I've found using maps.google.com!
































For sale: Guitars!

My Morgan and Squire guitars are for sale. Money will be spent on a new video camera!

Check out my guitars here!

I won't ship overseas so I guess the buyer has to be from Norway. Make a comment if you're interested.

I want NOK 1300 for each; they have new strings and was just serviced by a professional guitar tech in Notodden, Norway. (Yes, thats where the blues festival is)

They both have tremolo bars. If you buy both, you get a free softcase! You'll also get some free picks if you need! The guitar tech claimed that the Squire was better than the Morgan, but I beg to differ. At least the Morgan has better sound, the Squire might be easier to play for beginners.


The Squire is sold!

Tips: Guitar rig

Guitar Hero, not Guitar Queero

It's 2010 and I got myself a couple of new guitars. One acoustic Yamaha and one electric guitar. Both used. Also, there's a few new tabs! So here's the list of my guitar rig:

Ltd. ESP F202

This Korea-model F-202 has EMG-HZ mics,24 jumbo frets and a Floyd Rose licenced bridge. Sounds great, feels heavy and good but cost me around 600 bucks (4500 NOK)! I can't belive instruments are so expensive. Even the crappiest ones are expensive!



Effect gear, picks & stuff

I've got an original Hendrix CryBaby, an Ibanez Distortion box and a Flanger box hooked up too. For picks I prefer the green Dunlop .85mm ones. They give a good combo of bounce and bend on the strings. Here's my pick collection, wich is nothing special. I'm using .85mm green Dunlops at the moment. I started out on the red .5mm ones, then advanced to orange, then yellow and now green! The blue one is just too thick. You can also see my capo, the slide and Floyd Rose tuner wrench on top of the green picks. Oh yeah, and a chromatic tuner.


Yamaha

A lovely sounding guitar, got it for a discount because it had to be glued.


Morgan

My previous, and 3rd electric guitar, a Morgan 'Legend' series that cost me about $250 new. My first guitar was in the same price class, namely an Aria Pro. Belive me when I say that your next cheap guitar should be a Morgan. It's got the same quality as a $500+ guitar. It's body is made of nice and heavy woodwork, with a layer of dark-colored wood for fretboard. Don't know the tree type. It has good mics, keeps the tone and tuning and doesn't break after falling over a few times ! The other two sounds like pieces of plastic. (Which they are too I think)



Squire

I guess it's an OK guitar, I just couldn't get to know it.



And here's my wife's Fender bass:

I used to use Blue Steel .10 strings for a long time, they are really solid. Seems they don't sell them anymore around here, so now I use D'Adario. They used to break all the time when I had them before I discovered Blue Steel. Seems they fixed their quality now! They both sound OK, though. I had a cheap 40W Peavey amp that had really good sound, but it broke after I puked in it one very drunk night. Got a Vajia Music GF-30 now as an emergency amp, wich doesn't quite sound right in the low spectrum.

Announce: Typos

Under Construction! I am trying to bloggerize many older posts from my old website (eivind256.statghost.com). There might be some broken links. Please report and comment!

Coding: Graftal snowtree

Recursive deterministic graftal algorithm

This nice algorithm that I found in Computer Graphics: Principles & Practice inspired me to implement it. I it will generate a set of data that you can parse to construct a tree-like graphics structure. This algorithm is bases on a alphabet of 6 symbols:

The algorithm shall use those 6 symbols to mutate a starting-axiom into a full tree. These are the two simple rules of this sorta game-of-life:

To initialize the algorithm, you must choose a starting axiom. Following the rules indicates that 'A' is not a good choice, since that will only produce new 'A's. (A->AA). Therefore we choose 'B' wich will tranform into A(B)AA[B] and produce a standard pattern to generate the tree off. This is the produce string after just ONE recursion.

This is the string buffer after two runs. When implementing this algorithm, it is recommended to have overflow-safe stacks and buffers!. Now it is up to you to parse the tree and make the drawing happen. When parsing the tree after generating it, the 6 symbols have the current meaning: A and B(nodes) = continue to draw in current direction; [ and ) means rotate left; ] and ( means rotate right.

Basically you want two char[] buffers so as to render from buffer 1 to buffer 2 and from 2 to 1 in the next iteration. Remember that the buffer is filled up at a exponential rate. (In this picture, snowfall was also simulated). This code of mine implements it. (Never ask me about that code)

Tech: Win2k/XP folder tricks

Redesign you Explorer! In Win2000 (and I belive XP too), you can customize the look of all your folders. This is great for special folders that you use often. I discovered a little trick with this; if you load in the folder.htt file in a texteditor, you will see that it is just a DHTML wich controls everything in that folder. You can modify this script to do whatever you want; I used it to have a javascript scroller in the webview of some special folders as you can see here:

Tech: Hacking Win2k,XP

Introduction Here is a rundown of some of the most useful utilities and programs. These things are usually the first things I install after a fresh install.
Commandline heaven Out of the box, Windows doesn't provide many commandline tools and possibilities. But you can very easily turn you commandline into an almost linux-like shell. First of all, get this shell extension that lets you enter a directory in commandline mode from anywhere in Explorer. Just unzip and right-click and select Install.
Some small, helpful binaries Now get a package from SourceForge called 'UnxUtils' wich is an archive of *nix utilities ported to Windows. You will get all kinds of neat utilities, like grep, wget, ls, whoami, gunzip, gzip, touch and etc. Unzip these file into some directory (I just made a directory called 'bin' somewhere and unzipped them all there).
Second, get the PSTools Suite package from SysInternals. This is some other neat commandline utils, including psinfo.exe wich is very helpful with revealing things like security patches you have installed, activation status, uptime, etc. Just unzip these into the same dir as UnxUtils.
Third, you can get Microsofts's Windows Resource kit wich also has heaps of utilities. I haven't messed with it yet, as I belive they are mostly meant for server environments.
There are lots of other cool cmdline utils as well (like UPX, unace, nmap) and I just throw them all into the same directory.
Setting it up Now you should add the path to this directory in My Computer->Properties->Advanced->Environment->System Variables in the PATH entry.This will ensure you have access to this bin from anywhere on the system. Make sure all CMD windows are closed before you click apply.
Commandline power
Third, for extended commandline control and batch file programming, get 4DOS(for 9x) or 4NT for XP/2K. This will provide an alternative shell (which will integrate nicely with Explorer menu) you can use to make all kinds of neat scripts and to make a more customizeable command line shell. An example of a script I made with 4NT is here.
Another approach
For the adventurous, you can install the whole Cygwin installation, wich is a *nix emulation layer for Windows. With this you will have access to almost anything *nix has, like the GCC compiler, VIM & EMACS editors and everything else.
Command line compilers If you just want a GCC compiler you can get DJGPP, MinGW or DevCPP (comes with an IDE too, though you do not need to use it.). Note that these compilers does not come with the exact same headers and libs as a true *nix compiler or Cygwin. They are ported to Win32 to be used as native compilers.
Power Tools GUI/System behaviour
A few other tools you will like is the infamous TweakUI wich lets you configure a whole deal of stuff that is really annoying on a freshly installed Windows box. To mention a few things: Remove arrows from shortcuts, configure the 'New' context menu in Explorer and Repair Icons.

Windows Startup Lots of programs (and trojans as well) decides they should be auto-started when entering the Windows desktop, and they usually won't put themself in the startup-menu on the Start-menu. They usually place themself in various spots in the Windows registry. Here you can configure what apps should start. Get Startup Control Panel, one of mlin.net's range of very useful utilities. There's also an utility included with XP (not sure about 2K, you might need to download it) called MSConfig.(Start Menu->Run->msconfig) This provides further peeking into some system settings and startup programs.
Security Immidiate steps after a fresh OS install
These days, you will want to protect you computer against all sorts of malicious attacks. First and foremost, you must ensure that your system is up to date with the latest Service Packs and security patches (hotfixes). If you do not already have some kind of firewall, either software or hardware, make sure you install that before even connecting the freshly installed computer to the Internet. Use an already secure computer to get a software firewall before connecting to Windows Update for servicepacks/hotfixes. If you don't, you will be infected even before Windows Update manages to patch up your system ! :/ I personally find Zonelab's ZoneAlarm to be helpful and easy to configure. (Get the free Personal edition) You should also disable the Universal Plug and Play service in XP as soon as you install is complete. This service is prone to attacks and also keeps port 5000 open. There's an utility for it here.

Antivirus After this is done, you should get an antivirus package, such as Norton, AVG, FSecure, or Kaspersky. Install now. Most of these AV's has a free version for private use. Wich one you choose would be difficult to say, they all have pro's and cons wich I leave to you to research.
Spyware and popupstoppers Now you should be fairly secure already, but to make it even more secure, get a popupstopper and a spyware remover. Personally I use Panicware's PopupStopper in conjuncton with the Google Toolbar to stop (potentially harmful) pop ups. Finally, you should get spyware removers/blockers such as Lavasoft's AdAware and Patrick M. Kolla's Spybot Search and Destroy. Make sure you get the two plugins as well for Spybot. Make sure you enable the Hosts-file locker and add in the blacklisted URL's that is built into Spybot. Also engage the 'System Lock', (It will leave a process called 'TeaTimer.exe' running, wich acts like a 'firewall' against the system registry, as well as protecting your browser against malicious plugins. You must allow/disallow changes and optionally check off 'Remember this choice' for later)
In my case, in addition to the latest SP and hotfixes, I am currently using 6 programs to ensure online security, ammounting to about 10 megs of RAM usage. That is a cheap price for a fairly secure system. I am never having problems as long as I keep reading news and keeping contact with other security oriented individuals.
In fact, I've been infected only 3 times in my whole computer career, and none of those were the infamous viruses, like Sasser, Blaster, Nimda etc. In two of the cases, I was solely responsible for it myself, by clicking at malicious links on IRC. (Worms that had infected trustworthy people, displaying a unsuspicious URL I was tempted to follow :)
Finetuning your OS First of all, I just want to thank Blackviper for his extensive documents on the fine tuning of Services in both 2K and XP. His site provides even more than that. Blackviper's site is here.Basically he is telling you what services are running in the background and wich of those you can disable to save CPU and memory. (As well as making you system more secure). I've used this site to fine tune both my 2K and XP boxes and it works like a charm.
But be sure to READ IT ALL BEORE MAKING MODIFICATIONS :D You could shut yourself out of your system if you fail his instructions.

Last, I just want to add that you could turn off a whole lot of special GUI effects (especially on XP), like menu fading, window animations etc. This can be done from Control Panel->Screen->Appearance->Effects and Advanced.(Under XP, I don't remember the exact place in 2K but it's possibly the same spot). I belive Blackviper has sections on how to minimize the graphics effects on his site too. This will save CPU and memory, as well as the actual time that these effects uses to show off themselves :D
Conclusion
Well, that's it for now. When you have worked your way trough these steps, you should end up with a faster, secure, versatile and more configurable Windows system.

Credits V1.02
Written by me, July 2004-2010 ©. Comments are welcome at eivind256 at hotmail dot com. Latest version of this document used to be found on it's official site but staghost removed my account. Do you have webspace for me? :D

Lore: 90's copyparties

(Updated May 17th 2012)

I was introduced to the scene sometime in the late 80's and a friend of mine knew a couple of coders that he introduced me to. They helped me step from BASIC to assembler, and after that I was hooked on coding. On aminet page, you can find some pruductions. The demo 'Response' got 2nd place at TG95. I my self won some animation compo with a funny and brutal stick-figure animation. (made in DeluxePaint II) This anim was called 'Kjell og Bjarne tar kvelden'. This anim actually exists in two versions: the original and an extended version. I don't even own a copy of these anims myself anymore, so I'd appreciate if someone could provide those anims in a PC-viewable format. If you by any chance should have this old IFF anim from the Amiga or more preferably a conversion to a PC format. (But even an MPG will do, like our runner-up in the demo compo in 1995. I made two versions, the first version were realeased on the Razor 1911/IMP 666 party in Arendal, Norway in 1993. I also won a Useless Utility compo with a program that made the user decide wether the monitor was color or b/w. Wow! My first group was the Mad Skull Crew; founded by me and the friend spoken of above. He used to call himself Raven. (RIP, he is now gone from this world) We had C64's with Action Replay and the Final Cartridge. We made some silly demos with these. I was member of Euroswap for a short time before I joined a bunch of Archimedes coders that knew Some people in Violence i teamed up with  ('You can't feel the beating!'). Then later I co-founded Avalon together with 3 friends. Avalon had as many as 10 members at the most. If you're an old scener who remembers the Crusaders and Cryptoburners and still like text based BBS's, we'we probably met, since I was on virtually every party in Scandinavia in the late 80's and early 90's.

DEMO RESULTS FROM THE GATHERING 1995! (AMIGA DEMO)
1. Parallax+CNCD   11 136
2. Avalon          2  133 
3. The Black Lotus 10 110 





I'll post more pictures as i find them.

Tab: This Kids - UFO

UFO - "The Kids" (Live)- Guitar tab Venue: Roundhouse Theatre, London. Year: 1975 Guitar performed by Michael Schenker. Interpretation & solo tabbing by me  (c) 2009. Intro riff somewhat based on the tab by Charlie Coombs. Also took the lyrics. The album versions are much inferior to this flawless live performance! This has to be the best UFO recording ever. Standard guitar tuning. Distorted tone, some depth and maybe a tiny bit of delay. ~~~ = heavy vibrato tremolo = pick 16th h = hammer p = pull s = slide b = bend x = scratch Bluesy feel, add trills, vibrato and palm mutes as you wish, especially during the verses.
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-9-9-9-9--------------------9-9-9-9-------------
-7-7-7-7-----5-5------------7-7-7-7-------7--5--
-0-0-0-0-5-7-----7-5-3------0-0-0-0-5--7--5--3--

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----9-9-9-9-------------------9-9-9-9-------x-x-x-x-
----7-7-7-7-----5-5-----------7-7-7-7 ----5-x-x-x-x-
----0-0-0-0-5-7-----7-5-3---- 0-0-0-0-5-7---x-x-x-x-

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-9-9-9-9--------------------9-9-9-9--------------
-7-7-7-7-----5-5------------7-7-7-7-------7--5---
-0-0-0-0-5-7-----7-5-3------0-0-0-0-5--7--5--3---

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---9-9-9-9-------------------9-9-9-9-------x-x-x-x-
---7-7-7-7-----5-5-----------7-7-7-7 ----5-x-x-x-x-
---0-0-0-0-5-7-----7-5-3---- 0-0-0-0-5-7---x-x-x-x-

Verse riff
--------------------------------------
--------------------------------------
-------------------------------------- 4x
-2-0-0---2-0----------------2-0-0-----
--------------------------------------
-------3--------------------------3-0-

Kid's gettin' tired of hangin' around
So cocksure, thinkin' aloud
Can't get it in when you can't get it out
Sure ain't enough and there ain't no doubt


Intro riff again (last time)
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------------------------------------------------                                                 
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-9-9-9-9--------------------9-9-9-9-------------
-7-7-7-7-----5-5------------7-7-7-7-------7--5--
-0-0-0-0-5-7-----5-5-3------0-0-0-0-5--7--5--3--

----------------------------------------------------
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----------------------------------------------------
----9-9-9-9-------------------9-9-9-9-------x-x-x-x-
----7-7-7-7-----5-5-----------7-7-7-7 ----5-x-x-x-x-
----0-0-0-0-5-7-----7-3-3---- 0-0-0-0-5-7---x-x-x-x-

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-------------------------------------------------                                                 
-------------------------------------------------
-9-9-9-9--------------------9-9-9-9--------------
-7-7-7-7-----5-5------------7-7-7-7-------7--5---
-0-0-0-0-5-7-----7-5-3------0-0-0-0-5--7--5--3---

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---9-9-9-9-------------------9-9-9-9-------x-x-x-x-
---7-7-7-7-----5-5-----------7-7-7-7 ----5-x-x-x-x-
---0-0-0-0-5-7-----7-3-3---- 0-0-0-0-5-7---x-x-x-x-


Verse riff 
--------------------------------------
--------------------------------------
-------------------------------------- 4x
-2-0-0---2-0----------------2-0-0-----
--------------------------------------
-------3--------------------------3-0-

You can't stop a train with just a smile
Stop bein' a star only for a while
Hole in my pocket and a hole in my arm
All that's left when life's lost it's charm


Bridge buildup
Chorus

                                 |   | Tremolo
---|-----------|    ---------------------------
---|-----------|    ---------------------------
---|-----------| 3x --------2------------------
---|-------4---|    --------2------------------
-4-|-4-4---2-4-|    -4---4--0----2h4p2---------
-2-|-2-2-----2-|    -2---2---------------------
 F#  F# F# B F#      F# F#  A
This could be for us just any other day

                                        ~~~~       ~~~~~  
---|-----------|    --------------------------------------------
---|-----------|    -------------2s14s4---17b19----------17b19--
---|-----------| 3x --------2----2s14s4-------------------------
---|-------4---|    --------2----2s14s4-------------------------
-4-|-4-4---2-4-|    -4---4--0-----------------------------------
-2-|-2-2-----2-|    -2---2--------------------------------------
 F#  F# F# B F#      F# F#  A 
So come on girl, we really got to get away

                                  
---|-----------|    --------------
---|-----------|    --------------
---|-----------| 3x --------2-----
---|-------4---|    --------2-----
-4-|-4-4---2-4-|    -4---4--0-----
-2-|-2-2-----2-|    -2---2--------
 F#  F# F# B F#      F# F#  A
 
     |   | Tremolo    |   | Tremolo    |   | Tremolo  
------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------
-----2h4p2------------4h6p4------------5h7p5----------
------------------------------------------------------
 
It's the only chance you'll ever have to take


                               |   | Tremolo
---|-----------|    ------------------------------
---|-----------|    ------------------------------
---|-----------| 3x --------2---------------------
---|-------4---|    --------2----------------s14s-
-4-|-4-4---2-4-|    -4---4--0--2h4p2--------------
-2-|-2-2-----2-|    -2---2------------------------
 F#  F# F# B F#      F# F#  A
Stayin' in this city will drive you insane
 

Verse riff 
------------------------------------
------------------------------------
------------------------------------4x
-2-0-0---2-0----------------2-0-0---
------------------------------------
-------3--------------------------3-

Kid's gettin' tired of hangin' around
So cocksure, thinkin' aloud
Can't get it in when you can't get it out
Sure ain't enough and there ain't no doubt


Bridge buildup, going for solo part
                                |   | Tremolo
---|-----------|    -------------------------------
---|-----------|    -------------------------------
---|-----------| 3x --------2----------------------
---|-------4---|    --------2----------------------
-4-|-4-4---2-4-|    -4---4--0---2h4p2--------------
-2-|-2-2-----2-|    -2---2-------------------------
 F#  F# F# B F#      F# F#  A
Can't win or lose when there's little left to choose     
                                                         ~  
---|-----------|    ------------------------------------------------
---|-----------|    -------------2s14s4---------17-------17---------
---|-----------| 3x --------2----2s14s4---16b18----16b18----18-16s--
---|-------4---|    --------2----2s14s4-----------------------------
-4-|-4-4---2-4-|    -4---4--0---------------------------------------
-2-|-2-2-----2-|    -2---2------------------------------------------       
 F#  F# F# B F#      F# F#  A
Now til next year it'll always be the same
 
                 
---|-----------|   
---|-----------|   
---|-----------|   
---|-------4---|   
-4-|-4-4---2-4-|   
-2-|-2-2-----2-|    
 F#  F# F# B F#  
 
                |   | Tremolo    |   | Tremolo    |   | Tremolo        
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
 3x --------2----------------------------------------------------------
    --------2----------------------------------------------------------
    -4---4--0---2h4p2------------4h6p4------------5h7p5----------------
    -2---2-------------------------------------------------------------
     F# F#  A                                                          
     
The black back streets an people who don't know your name
 
---|-----------|    ----------------------------
---|-----------|    -------------2s14s4---------
---|-----------| 3x --------2----2s14s4---------
---|-------4---|    --------2----2s14s4---------
-4-|-4-4---2-4-|    -4---4--0-----------------2-
-2-|-2-2-----2-|    -2---2--------------------0-
 F#  F# F# B F#      F# F#  A
Go with the wind if it'll only carry you away 

Interlude to solo

                | Let ring            | Let ring
 | Palm mute  | | |    Palm mute    | | | Palm mute |        
--------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------- 2x
----------------2---------------------------------------
-4--4-4--4-4--4-0-4----4--4-4--4-4--4-2-4---------------
-2--2-2--2-2--2---2----2--2-2--2-2--2-0-2---------------


Solo
Nacking rifff same as interlude for the fisrt 4 bars.
               ~~~~ 
--------------------------------
--------------------------------
---2-2-2-2----------------------
---2-2-2-2-----------------s14s-
-4---------2b3-4----------------
--------------------------------
               
               ~~~~ |            | Harmonics   
---------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------
---2-2-2-2-----------------------------------
---2-2-2-2-----------4-2---------------------
-4---------2b3-4---------4-3-2---------------
-------------------------------2b3-----------

               ~~~~                        
--------------------------------
--------------------------------
---2-2-2-2----------2-4b6b2---2-
---2-2-2-2----------2-4b6b2---2-
-4---------2b3-4------------4---
--------------------------------
               ~~~~ 
---------------------|--------17-
---------------------|-17b19-----
---2-2-2-2-----------|----------- 7x
---2-2-2-2-----------|-----------
-4---------2b3-4-----|-----------
---------------------|-----------
               
     ~~~~~                               ~~~~
---------------------------14-17b19--17n19--
-17b19------19b17p14------------------------
---------------------16b18------------------
--------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------

-17-14------------------------------------------------  
-------16h18p16-16h18p16------------------------------  
--------------------------18-16h18p16-16h18p16--------  
-----------------------------------------------18-16s-  
------------------------------------------------------  
------------------------------------------------------  


     |     | Tremolo  |          | Harmonics                 
--------------------------------------2-------
----------------------------------------------
-4b6-6-6-6-6-p4-----------2-4-4b6b4-----------
----------------4-----2-4-----------4---------
----------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------------

-----------------
-2h6p4-2h6p4-----
-------------4b6- 3x
-----------------
-----------------
-----------------

   ~~~~~~
------------------------------------
-5s7------12b14-12b14-12b14-12b14---
------------------------------------
------------------------------------
------------------------------------
------------------------------------

---------------------------------------
-12b14-12b14----12b14-12b14p12----8b10-
-------------------------------11------
---------------------------------------
---------------------------------------
---------------------------------------


                 ~~~~~~~ | Harmonixs | 
-----7---7b9p7-5---------0-------------
-5p7---7---------7-------0-------------
---------------------------------------
---------------------------------------
---------------------------------------
---------------------------------------

              ~~~  
-19b21 19b21b19---14h19p14-14h19p14-   
------------------------------------   
------------------------------------
------------------------------------   
------------------------------------
------------------------------------   

------------------------------------------------
16-14h16p14-------------------------------------  
------------14h16p14h16p14----------------------  
---------------------------16-------------------  
------------------------------12h14p12h14p12h14-  
------------------------------------------------  
  
???
----10-9-7-----7h9p7p9---------------------
-----------9-----------8-------------------
-------------------------7h9p7p9-----------
-7s9-----------------------------9-79p7p9--
-------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------

---10-9-7----------------------------   
----------9-7------------------------   
--------------7-9-7------------------   
-9------------------9----------------   
----------------------9h11p9h11p9h11-   
-------------------------------------   

        
Key change in 4 bars solo (H)                                           
Backing riff                                
        
                         ~~~~~                                
-----------------------------------------------  
-----------------------------------------------      
-4--4-4---4-4--4-4---4-4-2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2-  
-4--4-4---4-4--4-4---4-4-2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2-  
-2--2-2---2-2--2-2---2-2-0--0-0--0-0--0-0--0-0-  
-----------------------------------------------
                            
                | Let ring  
 | Palm mute  | | 
-------------------------------
------------------------------- 
------------------------------- 
------------------------------- 
-4--4-4--4-4--4-4--4-4---------      
-2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2---------

                | Let ring      
 | Palm mute  | |               
------------------------------- 
------------------------------- 
------------------------------- 
------------------------------- 
-4--4-4--4-4--4-4--4-4---------       
-2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2---------  

Key change in solo                                
                         ~~~~~                    
-----------------------------------------------   
-----------------------------------------------   
-4--4-4---4-4--4-4---4-4-2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2-   
-4--4-4---4-4--4-4---4-4-2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2-   
-2--2-2---2-2--2-2---2-2-0--0-0--0-0--0-0--0-0-        
-----------------------------------------------         
                         ~~~~~                 
-----------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------
-4--4-4---4-4--4-4---4-4-2---------------------
-4--4-4---4-4--4-4---4-4-2---------------------
-2--2-2---2-2--2-2---2-2-0---------------------
-----------------------------------------------





(Drums)

Outro

                        ~~~~~             
---|---------|    ------------------------
---|---------|    ------------------------
---|-----4---| 3x ------4-----------------
---|-----4---|    ------4-----------------
-4-|-4-4-2-4-|    -4-4--2-----------------
-2-|-2-2---2-|    -2-2--------------------

                        ~~~~~             
---|---------|    --------------------------------- 
---|---------|    ---------------------------------
---|---------| 3x ------2---------------7----9-----
---|-----2---|    ------2------5-5--4---7----9-----
-2-|-2-2-0-2-|    -2-2--0------5-5--3---5----7-----
-0-|-0-0---0-|    -0-0---------3-3--3--------------

2/13/10

Video: Bryce3D rendering

Bryce3D renderings

A simple but kind of nice scene that did'nt take too long.



This one was difficult to get right, but the fog/shadow effect is cool.



Made with Carerra (Bryce 6).



Abstract 3D anim



Aircraft flying trough a city.

2/12/10

Trading: Metallica bootlegs

More Metallica Bootlegs
Here's a photo of some of my Metallica bootleg collection.
I've got atleast 20-30 covers/inlays with DVD's in them and around 20-30 new shows since last post! Please visit my trading page (URL in link below). Earlier bootleg picture post here.



Some of the audio directories!



And that's just the audio that I've sorted yet! I claim that i have the biggest Metallica bootleg collection in Norway.