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Falling Away From Me

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The bridge of "Falling Away from Me" uses multiple layers of vocals to create a really cool effect, and underneath all of it are some similar parts that we played during our chorus using guitar #2. This part will start immediately after the second chorus, playing a short interlude both into and out of the bridge. Here's some key points:

1. The bridge starts out with a four bar start, which comes in after the first chorus. Guitar #1 will simply ring out the low A5, and guitar #2 continues to play the dissonant, bumblebee effect.

2. Guitar #1 will drop out, and guitar #2 will stay in playing the same effect for eight bars over the layers of vocals.

3. After the rhythm section ends, guitar #1 will switch to our main melody playing it twice while guitar #2 plays the same effect but now with a lo-fi distortion effect added to it. This section is eight bars.
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