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#41
Quote by evolucian
Yes, I'm nonsensical... and don't understand how to apply theory. Will you offer to teach me pls, mac?


Man I've missed you dude. I hope you have a Facebook, because you need to add me, or I'll hunt you down and use your own guitar string to strangle you!

Best,

Sean
#42
Quote by Sean0913
Man I've missed you dude. I hope you have a Facebook, because you need to add me, or I'll hunt you down and use your own guitar string to strangle you!

Best,

Sean


Hahahaha, yeah.. been quite a while man. Pm'd you bud.
#43
Quote by Hail
music theory is like science

yeah, it encapsulates a series of understandings, but first and foremost it's an analytical system that operates whether we devotedly study it or not. if you've ever understood anything about music at all (especially not strictly on a textbook level), hummed a melody, learned some riffs by ear, you've put some effort into your musical education.

there's a level of pretentiousness, as in any craft, but all this "music theory or no music theory" stuff is redundant and serves no purpose because theory is inherent in anything. somebody didn't just one day say "okay, this is how music from now on is going to be" - it just happened and people learned to explain it so we could add it to our compendium of understanding in the realm of music - but anybody passionate about music can start from the ground up and learn everything with curiosity, a strong ear, passion, and the ability to connect, challenge, and edify theories objectively and with common sense.
magic post thread should have ended there.

crazysam - don't feed the troll
evo - don't troll.
Si
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