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What is Math Rock?
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What is Math Rock?



As quoted from Wikipedia-

Whereas most rock music uses a basic 4/4 meter (however accented or syncopated), math rock frequently uses asymmetrical time signatures such as 7/8, 11/8, or 13/8, or features constantly changing meters based on various groupings of 2 and 3. This rhythmic complexity, seen as "mathematical" in character by many listeners and critics, is what gives the genre its name.[citation needed]

The sound is usually dominated by guitars and drums as in traditional rock, and because of the complex rhythms, drummers of math rock groups have a tendency to stick out more often than in other groups. It is commonplace to find guitarists in math rock groups using the "tapping" method of guitar playing, making for an unusual sound, and loop pedals are occasionally incorporated to create a machine-like effect, such as in the group Battles. Guitars are also often played in clean tones more than in other upbeat rock songs, but distortion is also used, depending on the group
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