#1
I was wondering, what arpeggios are these? Also if you could tell me how you came to that conclusion I'd be grateful.

d-------------------------------15-17-14-----------------------14-19-15------------------
A---------------------------17--------------16--------------16--------------17-------------
F-----------------------16----------------------17-14-17-----------------------16---------
C------------------17-----------------------------------------------------------------17-----
G----------14-19-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
D--12-15-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

d-----------15-20-17---------------------17-19-15----------------------15-18-15-------
A-------17-------------19-------------19-------------17--------------17--------------17---
F---16---------------------20-17-20---------------------16------16------------------------
C----------------------------------------------------------------17----------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

d-------------------15-19-14----------------------------------------------------------------
A---------------17-------------16-------------16-19-17------------------------------------
F---18-15-18---------------------16-----16------------------------------------------------
C---------------------------------------16----------------------------------------------------
G----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
D----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

EDIT: Also, these are all one sweep, I just want to know what each individual arpeggio is.
#2
An arpeggio is just a broken up chord so...

The first sweep up is a D minor. Bb diminished on the down and up again. Sus4 on the down.

Another D minor on the up. C# diminished on the down and up again. F minor on the down.

B dimished on the up. A minor on the down, and the final sweep up is a sus4.

There are some little 'pointless' notes inbetween each chord.
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#3
It would be extremely helpful to learn how these are constructed.
Oh yeah.

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A minor is the saddest of all keys.

EDIT: D minor is the saddest of all keys.
#4
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An arpeggio is just a broken up chord so...

The first sweep up is a D minor. Bb diminished on the down and up again. Sus4 on the down.

Another D minor on the up. C# diminished on the down and up again. F minor on the down.

B dimished on the up. A minor on the down, and the final sweep up is a sus4.

There are some little 'pointless' notes inbetween each chord.


Thanks a ton! So basically to figure it out you made a chord out of each sweep?
#5
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Thanks a ton! So basically to figure it out you made a chord out of each sweep?


Pretty much.
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As my old guitar teacher once said: Metal really comes from classical music. The only difference is pinch harmonics, double bass, and lyrics about killing goats.