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#41
Quote by AeolianWolf
i'm a very proud german, and i'm not much for atonality...where do i fall on your scale?


Getting close to the Nazi side there.
#42
Quote by AeolianWolf
i'm a very proud german, and i'm not much for atonality...where do i fall on your scale?

i'm a jew who's not much for atonality either

let's be friends
#46
Er war Superstar
Er war populär
Quote by Hail
oh shut up with that /mu/ bullshit. fidget house shouldn't even be a genre, why in the world would it deserve its own subgenres you twat
#47
atonality hmmm. a tonal rythm part lets you include chromatic notes in a lead part with making the feel less wierd. joe satriani's guitar secrets book had a topic trash shredding, well in that you can play a atonal backing track in d, and on the lead you can play dmin, d harmonic minor, d phrygian minor etc etc, and you would still sound great.
there are a lot of examples, like lick library's synyster gates style solo has a lot of chromatic licks over an atona backing track. or you can look into slayer' solos.
#49
Quote by hamza hashmi
atonality hmmm. a tonal rythm part lets you include chromatic notes in a lead part with making the feel less wierd. joe satriani's guitar secrets book had a topic trash shredding, well in that you can play a atonal backing track in d, and on the lead you can play dmin, d harmonic minor, d phrygian minor etc etc, and you would still sound great.
there are a lot of examples, like lick library's synyster gates style solo has a lot of chromatic licks over an atona backing track. or you can look into slayer' solos.


Hate to break it you, but nothing you just said is right.
#51
Quote by hamza hashmi
atonal backing track in d


Anfangen ist leicht, Beharren eine Kunst.
#52
okay thats chromaticism. its okay, everybody can laugh at me.
Last edited by hamza hashmi at Nov 5, 2012,
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