#1
How do bands like #12 looks like you, dep, norma jean and other bands use math to right there songs?
#3
ya i read some article that said they use math and stuff to write songs.
#4
they dont use maths
its a term also known as tech metal
its just highly complex songwritting
stuff like odd time signitures
and complex riffing
#5
Quote by avenged_lover06
they dont use maths
its a term also known as tech metal
its just highly complex songwritting
stuff like odd time signitures
and complex riffing


you couldnt be further off.

what they do is write the lyrics for the song....than they convert the letters to numbers (z=26, y =25, x=24, etc etc...its backwards just because theyre super cool like that)...and add them all together...divide by the sum of the "letters" of the name of the song. after this they take the square root rounded to the nearest whole number. they than take the the last and second last numbers for their time signature.

the chord progression is the intervals of the letters song name converted to numbers (i xvi iii vii ix etc)

only the truth.
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#8
Quote by ThisPerishedMin
you couldnt be further off.

what they do is write the lyrics for the song....than they convert the letters to numbers (z=26, y =25, x=24, etc etc...its backwards just because theyre super cool like that)...and add them all together...divide by the sum of the "letters" of the name of the song. after this they take the square root rounded to the nearest whole number. they than take the the last and second last numbers for their time signature.

the chord progression is the intervals of the letters song name converted to numbers (i xvi iii vii ix etc)

only the truth.


You have to be kidding...
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#9
Quote by ThisPerishedMin
you couldnt be further off.

what they do is write the lyrics for the song....than they convert the letters to numbers (z=26, y =25, x=24, etc etc...its backwards just because theyre super cool like that)...and add them all together...divide by the sum of the "letters" of the name of the song. after this they take the square root rounded to the nearest whole number. they than take the the last and second last numbers for their time signature.

the chord progression is the intervals of the letters song name converted to numbers (i xvi iii vii ix etc)

only the truth.



yeah bull shit


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#12 looks like you, dep, norma jean



anybody else think that its weird norma jean is on this list
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#11
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anybody else think that its weird norma jean is on this list



nowhere close to being mathcore. try psyopus or dep instead.
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#12
MATHCORE!! NORMA JEAN, mathcore has nothing to do with the bullshiot that one guy said.. Mathcore is when the band is playing in like 7 different time signature and some how it stays in key and sounds awesome..
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#13
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nowhere close to being mathcore. try psyopus or dep instead.


NJ = teh sux. Norma Jean has to be one of the most montonous, boring, talentless bands ever. They also gave us the chug-chug-chug-WEEEEE!!!!11!1 that inspired countless ****ty hardcore bands.
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#15
thats what everyone seems to be asking.
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#16
If any of you think ThisPerishedMin is wrong then you know nothing about math/tech.

Everything he wrote is correct, and if you don't believe it then get the **** out of here.
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#17
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If any of you think ThisPerishedMin is wrong then you know nothing about math/tech.

Everything he wrote is correct, and if you don't believe it then get the **** out of here.


Duh. Why are people so afraid of the truth..
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#18
Quote by ThisPerishedMin
you couldnt be further off.

what they do is write the lyrics for the song....than they convert the letters to numbers (z=26, y =25, x=24, etc etc...its backwards just because theyre super cool like that)...and add them all together...divide by the sum of the "letters" of the name of the song. after this they take the square root rounded to the nearest whole number. they than take the the last and second last numbers for their time signature.

the chord progression is the intervals of the letters song name converted to numbers (i xvi iii vii ix etc)

only the truth.

You should like, make a sticky about that!
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#19
Quote by ThisPerishedMin
you couldnt be further off.

what they do is write the lyrics for the song....than they convert the letters to numbers (z=26, y =25, x=24, etc etc...its backwards just because theyre super cool like that)...and add them all together...divide by the sum of the "letters" of the name of the song. after this they take the square root rounded to the nearest whole number. they than take the the last and second last numbers for their time signature.

the chord progression is the intervals of the letters song name converted to numbers (i xvi iii vii ix etc)

only the truth.

lolzers i dunt believed people actually thought that was true. i bet sum1 tried doin that wit a DEP song.
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that may be the most ridiculous thing ive ever read (next to the bible, of course)
#21
NJ = teh sux. Norma Jean has to be one of the most montonous, boring, talentless bands ever. They also gave us the chug-chug-chug-WEEEEE!!!!11!1 that inspired countless ****ty hardcore bands.



wow i made a post just like that once...scary =0
#22
Quote by saga_7
MATHCORE!! NORMA JEAN, mathcore has nothing to do with the bullshiot that one guy said.. Mathcore is when the band is playing in like 7 different time signature and some how it stays in key and sounds awesome..


they dont play in like 7 different time signatures....there are just many odd time changes....
#23
I prefer CalculusHonors Core. Much more complex, imo.
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um, yes it is.

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