#1
I was just wondering did they use any scales or anything in this song, because in the first 10 seconds they play like every note. I can see parts where I think they have used them but I'm not sure.

Were they just playing what sounded good?
#2
most of it is E minor. The part at the beginning is called the chromatic scale.
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#3
What about the main riff though that isn't really chromatic or E minor?
#4
I'm sure a lot of it was just what sounded cool.
I doubt they sat down and were like "Let's write something using such and such scale blahblahblah."
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#5
Yeh actually now that I think about it I can't imagine them planning it out.
#6
It's metal.

The main priority of the genre is a "heavy sound", what notes to play is not as important.

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It's metal.

The main priority of the genre is a "heavy sound", what notes to play is not as important.


I beg to differ.

But anyways, Im sure metallica dont use scales intentionally.
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