#1
I just wanted opinions on what area or parts of music thoery I should learn more about from here. I'm a bassist, but when I write songs, I write in all the instruments, and I can usually find something that not only fits, but compliments any line a guitarist thinks of. I know the intervals, I know the major and minor scales, how they're constructed, what makes a chord neutral, major, or minor, how to construct major and minor chords and scales, I understand key signatures, even if I don't like them, I know the cycle (the circle of fourths and fifths), and I want to know what else there is that I should work on. I play and write Punk, Grunge, Alternative, Post-Grunge, and Pop-Punk. So, what should I work on? I honestly think my understanding of what I've listed is solid enough that reviewing isn't going to help me too much.
#2
From here, go to Musician Talk.
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#3
damn i was beat.. =[
Originally Posted by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


#4
the right forum
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