#1
Well, my band really wants to play the song, "In The Air Tonight" - the cover by Nonpoint (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPfAQdtguTs). But its in Drop C, which is a real bitch because the rest of our songs are in Drop D - and its a short and quick gig we're practicing for.

Now, if I understand it correctly, Drop D is just a step up from Drop C, so it could still sound alright, just higher? I guess this is a problem, but I just wanna make sure.
#2
Yes, you're correct.
There's a good chance that what I've written above is useless and if you take any of the advice it's your own fault.
#5
It sounds normal
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.....a cloud!"
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#6
As long as all the instruments are in tune with each other, the song will sound right. If you transpose a Drop C song to Drop D the only people who would notice are those who know the song really well and have amazing relative pitch or those with perfect pitch.
#7
ya go for it. it will work fine. u should adjust your tuning to you vocalist's range. if he has trouble hitting high notes u can all tune low, ect.
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Last edited by ThatDarnDavid at Oct 18, 2011,