Page 1 of 3
#1
OK so i tried this in the Pit but they were having trouble with the concept of question and answer

Any guitar theory related question


Q:- How many sharps are in the key of C Major?..


A:--
#5
Sorry john, that was my fault, when I had posted your post was not visible.
#6
Quote by Johnljones7443
That isn't guitar theory related, it's music theory related.

Answer: None.


thats what i meant

John Paul your theory knowledge is ok but you cant grasp the concept of asking a question. Did you fall on your head as a child?
#7
Quote by DevilsIsland
thats what i meant

John Paul your theory knowledge is ok but you cant grasp the concept of asking a question. Did you fall on your head as a child?

Maybe he doesn't have any questions to ask....

What are good chord substitutions for a tonic maj7 or subdominant maj7?
#8
Quote by DevilsIsland
John Paul your theory knowledge is ok but you cant grasp the concept of asking a question. Did you fall on your head as a child?


When one answers a question (even if it is in a completely pointless thread) one expects confirmation that the answer given was correct to avoid confusion.

Sorry.

Quote by SickMetal
What are good chord substitutions for a tonic maj7 or subdominant maj7?


Personally, I like the #11.
#9
Quote by Johnljones7443
When one answers a question (even if it is in a completely pointless thread) one expects confirmation that the answer given was correct to avoid confusion.

Sorry.


Personally, I like the #11.


never heard of google you nerd?
#10
^Yes, I've heard of Google - but doesn't that completely defeat the object in a game such as this?
#11
A: yes, it does defear the object

Q: how many sharps/flats are in the C mixolidian scale?
Quote by Sir-Shoelace
Sir Shoelace is a sexy, sexy man.
#13
Quote by Sir-Shoelace
A: yes, it does defear the object

Q: how many sharps/flats are in the C mixolidian scale?


Lol, good one.

Answer: One. A#/Bb.

Edit: V Too late
#16
^Okay boss.

Guess it's my go to ask a Q...

What name is given to intervals larger than an octave?
#20
A - 2. Dotted crochets beats though.

Q - We use the Western system with 12 notes, what's another system and how many notes does it have?
#21
A: Xenharmonic 15 tones ( alright I looked that one up )


Q: how many different voicings of a dim7th chord are there?
#24
There are quite a few more voicings than 4. There are only 4 inversions though (root position, 1st-3rd inversions).

Anyways, 2. Eb and Bb.


What's the difference between a harmonic and melodic interval?

-SD
#25
Answer: A harmonic interval is two (or more?) tones sounding simultaneously where as a melodic interval is two tones sounding successively.

Oui?
#26
Quote by Johnljones7443
Answer: A harmonic interval is two (or more?) tones sounding simultaneously where as a melodic interval is two tones sounding successively.

Oui?


Where's the question?
#27
As stated before, he prefers to wait for comfirmation, instead of assuming his answer is right.
The "Popped Collar" Award(Sexiest)
Elvenkindje

The "Rest In Real Life" Award(Best Past MT Mod)
Elvenkindje
#28
Which it is, so he should go. *confirms*
Quote by les_kris
Corwinoid is God
I'm not even God-like... I've officially usurped the Almighty's throne.
Click here to worship me.

Member #3 of the Corwinoid Fan Club
#30
A voicing is the particular arrangement of actual notes used to build a chord, such that while C major always has C, E and G, the different placements of them in the actual chord determine the voicing.

I'll post a Q in a minute.
Quote by les_kris
Corwinoid is God
I'm not even God-like... I've officially usurped the Almighty's throne.
Click here to worship me.

Member #3 of the Corwinoid Fan Club
#31
I like the tough ones...

How many transormations of a palindromic 12 tone row are there (assume the axis of symmetry falls in the middle of the row)?
Quote by les_kris
Corwinoid is God
I'm not even God-like... I've officially usurped the Almighty's throne.
Click here to worship me.

Member #3 of the Corwinoid Fan Club
#32
I was chatting twelve tone music with a member of UG not too long ago. I know the prime row can be transformed 47 times, so if you're using a single row, that's 48 different transformations. But, palindromic? I'll take a wild guess.

Answer: 24.
#34
aeolian.. if you start counting modes from dorian, if dorian is mode 2 then mixolydian.
#36
Guys guys guys... I didn't ask a question because my answer wasn't confirmed as correct or incorrect. There's no point asking questions if the answer isn't even going to be confirmed before another question is asked, that just makes the whole thread confusing and one big mess.
#37
^ You were right... sorry I got dragged away for work unexpectedly, not been a good night.
Quote by les_kris
Corwinoid is God
I'm not even God-like... I've officially usurped the Almighty's throne.
Click here to worship me.

Member #3 of the Corwinoid Fan Club
#38
Here's an easy one.

Q: What note must be flatted in order to make a chord minor?
Run!
-----------------------------------------------------------
Simply, the world was too small for a man of his ambition.
Quote by ifeastonbums
GuitarSymphony you are my hero!
#40
Answer: the 3rd so instead of 1 3 5 it is 1 b3 5

Question: this one is kind of tricky. you know how there are relative minors (6th interval) well are there any relative diminished chords?
Page 1 of 3