Yes, I started with 19 circles of different sizes, then added some axial lines. Why? Because I've been working on an 11 and 1/2 minute song and I broke it up into 19 segments! Make sense?
The song is "Just Got Paid," the Joe Bonamassa version. I'm playing (auditioning) with a band tomorrow night, and that's one of the tunes I'll be playing.
Not sure why I'm auditioning with this band. It's a Guitar Hero band, with a big repertoire of Clapton, Hendrix, ZZ Top, etc. Good stuff, and I'm enjoying learning some new tunes. But, how is this going to pay?
I hope the leader of the band really is a guitar hero and can pull it off, because I'll enjoy playing with him if he can. Will I work with him? That's more of a "work for" thing, unless he's willing to dramatically change his repertoire. Being an accompanist for a guitar hero is a job.
I'm not sure why the band is looking for a keyboard player. They did say they would change their repertoire if they found a keys player. In what way?
At least, I'll get down to the city... well, at least the Jersey burbs, and play with some people in a pro rehearsal studio.
It's so much work preparing for these auditions. I ran through the band's entire song list a couple of times... 38 tunes. Then I narrowed it down to 20 tunes that I focused on for a couple of days. Finally, I threw out all but 10 tunes.
I hope the band is happy with my preparation. Who can say?