#1
Ok first off, I'm not in a band, but I'm trying to get one together. So I was wondering if it's ok for band members to switch parts. My cuz is going to be singing I was thinking of having this one girl in the band and maybe she could sing for a couple of songs or possibly have her and I switch between rhythm and lead. Is is ok to do this?
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#2
sure whatever works
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#3
theres no equation to music man. Do whatever you feel sounds or in some cases...if your on lsd looks right.
#4
man do what you feel, you probably know what's best for you

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#5
Quote by chieftanec
Do whatever you feel sounds or in some cases...if your on lsd looks right.


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There's nothing wrong with switching parts as long as it works.
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#6
Yeah it's ok, but dont let it get to the gimmicky stage. There is a band called Pure Reason Revolution who do this alot and it actually got on my nerves after the 3rd song.
#9
Sounds like a cool idea. That would give your band some versatility.
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