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Old 06-19-2010, 12:30 PM
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Man.....Korompay needs to be awarded some kind of honorary Drummerworld Page for the amazing, and many great transcriptions (along with Sickrick too), and the countless hours that have gone into all these. I for one, thank you deeply and appreciatively. It is a genuinely fantastic thing you have done here for all of us drummers, the world over, to have written these parts out and taken the time to do it so well.

You are a Drummerworld Legend!

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Thank you Zsolt for all the incredible transcriptions! I now have enough material to stay motived and practicing for months!!!!!. The super advanced material you are able to write out blows my mind. Not to mention being a great study aid.
Dont know if anyone has requested it yet, but what about a chart for
Tool/Danny Carey "The pot" and/or the full Aaron Spears performance of "Caught Up"??
just food for thought.
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Yeah man, never heard that cantaloupe island solo, but when i did, thanks to the transcription, i took a lot from it! Thank you. Heres a little concept/african solo by Jeff Ballard. There are some nice grooves especially the small hi hat pattern in the beginning and the snare floor tom groove half way through..... just if you would be up for transcribing it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6bjYpCuoTY
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Old 07-13-2010, 08:27 PM
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I don't think Korompay has been up for transcribing lately. I just think I should bump this thread just in case new users come to the board. Korompay has done this board a HUGE service with these wonderful transcriptions and I think they could be really helpful to a lot of drummers.
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I don't think Korompay has been up for transcribing lately. I just think I should bump this thread just in case new users come to the board. Korompay has done this board a HUGE service with these wonderful transcriptions and I think they could be really helpful to a lot of drummers.
Good idea,

I honestly think that two of the sticky threads should be replaced by two other sticky threads.....

As much as I respect the DVD releases which two of the stickys are about, I believe that in terms of helpfulnes this thread and my thread would be great replacements. Also, both stickys have been there for quite some time now - maybe it's time to move on.

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Also: I guess that nobody is up for transcribing in spring and summer. At least I am not up for it.
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Good idea,

I honestly think that two of the sticky threads should be replaced by two other sticky threads.....

As much as I respect the DVD releases which two of the stickys are about, I believe that in terms of helpfulnes this thread and my thread would be great replacements. Also, both stickys have been there for quite some time now - maybe it's time to move on.

:)

Also: I guess that nobody is up for transcribing in spring and summer. At least I am not up for it.
I actually completely agree with you. I think this thread and also the one that you made should be "stickied". Those Dave Dicenso transcriptions you did were incredible! I also think that we should try to compile other user's transcriptions in to a thread.
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Hey, does anyone know where I can get some Modern Drummer Magazine transcriptions for free or something?
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Also: I guess that nobody is up for transcribing in spring and summer. At least I am not up for it.
I coluldn't agree more mate! ;-) But I still have something to share, I hope you'll like it! I'll try to fulfill all the requests too!
http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/S...fastbebop.html


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Zsolt and SickRick the heros of DW :- )

Thank you VERY VERY VERY Much !!!


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Old 09-03-2010, 08:52 AM
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Here is a cool fill from Jerome Flood II (at the end of the video):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upEX_xKqw6E
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This is a very nice fill. Some excellent inspiration here. Thanks, Korompay!

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Whoah! Just saw this incredible solo by the underrated Gary Novak. Really killer stuff in here. Beautiful tasty work.

Anyone willing to transcribe it would be given a years worth of free praise by me and the rest of this board......please?

lol!

Check it out folks. If you do have the time, I would hugely appreciate it Korompay. You're brilliant mate.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jz0dB...sh+div-1r-7-HM
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CRAZY TONY WILLIAMS!!
saw this cool drum song could anyone transcribe it for me?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lCoK...eature=related
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Old 09-19-2010, 12:18 PM
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Whoah! Just saw this incredible solo by the underrated Gary Novak. Really killer stuff in here. Beautiful tasty work.

Anyone willing to transcribe it would be given a years worth of free praise by me and the rest of this board......please?

lol!

Check it out folks. If you do have the time, I would hugely appreciate it Korompay. You're brilliant mate.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jz0dB...sh+div-1r-7-HM
http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...98&postcount=1
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CRAZY TONY WILLIAMS!!
saw this cool drum song could anyone transcribe it for me?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lCoK...eature=related
Sorry, I can't transcribe it, because mostly he plays rubato (out of time) .
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Old 10-10-2010, 11:35 AM
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Hi everyone. I just want to know what vinnie does in this video at
4:08. is there maybe transcription of this somewhere already. Would really dig to see that bit transcribed.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLv2zjcon7Y
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpZYRju66PE


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Default rivo drei - alle fuer alle

hi guys,

i've been following this thread for a while now and I'm really thankful for your transcriptions!
Quite a long time ago I transcribed "Alle fr alle" by german band called "Rivo Drei" with Felix Lehrmann on drums. It's a really funky groove and a cool song to play along to.

Unfortunatley I can't find the album version of this song online so everything on youtube and stuff is different. My transcription is note for note from the album version.

And yeah, I only had guitar pro back then so it's kinda crappy sometimes. sorry for that.

Hope that helps anyway..
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Old 12-05-2010, 12:56 PM
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I just can't get the drum breaks in Beyond the Sea, they're pretty classic fills. I know they were posted in a modern drummer somewhere, but I don't know which one. Can anyone help me out with the transcription?
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Old 04-01-2012, 06:01 AM
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Korompay , first of all, THANK YOU for sharing your hard work with us.

In the original post, there are no titles to what tunes the transcriptions are of. The youtube links are to a dead acoount, so there is no way of knowing what your transcriptions are of

Any possibility of editing the original post and typing in what titles the transcriptions are based on
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Old 04-12-2012, 08:05 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jl0F...4iiU3FensqY%3D
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Old 04-22-2012, 06:08 PM
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Korompay , first of all, THANK YOU for sharing your hard work with us.

In the original post, there are no titles to what tunes the transcriptions are of. The youtube links are to a dead acoount, so there is no way of knowing what your transcriptions are of

Any possibility of editing the original post and typing in what titles the transcriptions are based on
For the first one: http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/s...smithduet.html from 02:55
More Steve Smith: http://prodrum.hu/599-2/steve-smith/ Click to the text for pdf.
For the second and the third transcription: http://prodrum.hu/599-2/jason-bowld/
Unfortunately I have no idea for the source of the fourth transcription.
For the fifth one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmJW-OIKuYA
As I see the other YT links are working.
Some other transcriptions on my Hungarian site: http://prodrum.hu/on-line-doboktatas/ Scroll down, and click on the names. In the moment, all the transcriptions are Hungarian (J means right, B means left), I'll work on the english versions.
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Mr. Korompay, first of all, congratulations and God bless you for your immense work and talent! Im sure countless faceless many are benefting from your hours of dedication and craft on the art of transcribing.

I would like to respecfully ask if you would ever consider transcribing all the other "street" performances that Jojo Mayer have between each segmento on his Secret Weapons DVD?

Some are unplayable for us mere mortals, but I believe some could be used for practicing routines and maybe, who knows, actual playing!

Thanks and take care. Peace and Music!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFJAdt-GRu4
Can you help transcribe Benny Greb drumsolo in Modern Drummer?
Thanks so much !
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Old 05-03-2012, 01:40 PM
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Mr. Korompay, first of all, congratulations and God bless you for your immense work and talent! Im sure countless faceless many are benefting from your hours of dedication and craft on the art of transcribing.

I would like to respecfully ask if you would ever consider transcribing all the other "street" performances that Jojo Mayer have between each segmento on his Secret Weapons DVD?

Some are unplayable for us mere mortals, but I believe some could be used for practicing routines and maybe, who knows, actual playing!

Thanks and take care. Peace and Music!
Thank you for the compliments!
I didn't transcribed all street grooves, but you can find some of them here: http://prodrum.hu/jojo-mayer/
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Old 05-03-2012, 01:48 PM
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Can you help transcribe Benny Greb drumsolo in Modern Drummer?
Thanks so much !
Well.... it's quite a long solo, and unfortunately in the moment I don't have enough time to transcribe it. However you can find some other Benny Greb transcriptions here: http://prodrum.hu/benny-greb/
(The transcriptions are Hungarian, so J means right, and B means left. I'll try to upload the english versions onto my site in the near future.)
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Well.... it's quite a long solo, and unfortunately in the moment I don't have enough time to transcribe it. However you can find some other Benny Greb transcriptions here: http://prodrum.hu/benny-greb/
(The transcriptions are Hungarian, so J means right, and B means left. I'll try to upload the english versions onto my site in the near future.)
Thank you for sharing such a useful website.
Can you transcribe only the beginning part from 0:08 to 0:39? I really want to learn the intro part of this solo but I still can't transcribe it after listening many times. Thanks a lot !
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Korompay!


This thread is awesome! Thanks a lot for sharing!


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Old 05-09-2012, 11:50 AM
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It's great that people are transcribing. It's such an important part of music education. Great stuff everyone.
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Old 05-15-2012, 10:32 AM
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More Steve Smith: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzY_ofk--50
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A short solo from Mike Johnston: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkA6EC0ek7I
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. The great Terry B. did an incredible job, and transcribed Pat Man's solo from the "E.Z:" It's not the same solo, but the same drummer, and the same vocabulary.

i can't find it (.. can you give me a link or post it here ?
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http://www.drummerworld.com/Drumclin...oezbranam.html ;-)
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Old 06-30-2012, 12:31 PM
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My transcription of Artic Monkeys: "R U Mine?"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQH8ZTgna3Q
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Default "Milk and Alcohol" by Dr. Feelgood.

Hello all,

Not sure whether this is the right place to post my question (I am new to this forum)....

I would consider myself an advanced beginner and I play with a few friends regularly. We now would like to perform the song "Milk and Alcohol" by Dr. Feelgood.

http://youtu.be/jnFSiiO75Ig

Can anyone tell me where I can find a transcription, especially for the intro? Maybe someone knows how to play it?

I would be grateful for any help! Thanks guys!

MisterShuffle (who still has to learn a lot about shuffles ;))

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A great solo from Argentinan drummer Tomy Sainz:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2A-fH7fxy2E
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Love this one. The ending is awesome! Great Job on the Transcription as usual Zsolt!

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A great solo from Argentinan drummer Tomy Sainz:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2A-fH7fxy2E
Nice solo!!!

transcription would be interesting to have some licks this drummer, Ilan Rubin - Guita Center Stage

1:47-1:50
2:00-2:10
3:47-3:49

korompay from now, thank you very much

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CwASFrwkAc

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Love this one. The ending is awesome! Great Job on the Transcription as usual Zsolt!

Lutz
Thank you very much! ;-)
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Nice solo!!!

transcription would be interesting to have some licks this drummer, Ilan Rubin - Guita Center Stage

1:47-1:50
2:00-2:10
3:47-3:49

korompay from now, thank you very much

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CwASFrwkAc
O.K. I'll try it, as soon as possible.
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