#1
Theoretically, through midi technology etc. is it possible for someone to post a sound byte of what every note on the guitar being played at once would sound like?

Interesting concept, might be like the brown noise?
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#4
COOL...it sounds like the opening to Blood Red Sandman by Lordi!
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#6
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i wonder how you would write that chord out?

E clusterf#ck ?

Actually, that's an E clusterf#ck m7b5

Don't feel bad. It's a common beginners mistake.
#8
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Actually, that's an E clusterf#ck m7b5

Don't feel bad. It's a common beginners mistake.

haha
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Actually, that's an E clusterf#ck m7b5

Don't feel bad. It's a common beginners mistake.


lol, yeah my bad, i'm a total n00b
#13
^ wtf, dude we're just playing around. if i wanna call it an E clusterf#ck i think im entitled to. and to correct you, slipknot does actually use a bit of theory. most of their music is based on jazz.
#14
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^ wtf, dude we're just playing around. if i wanna call it an E clusterf#ck i think im entitled to. and to correct you, slipknot does actually use a bit of theory. most of their music is based on jazz.

I think the avalanche of intentional spelling errors indicates that he was joking.
#15
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^ wtf, dude we're just playing around. if i wanna call it an E clusterf#ck i think im entitled to. and to correct you, slipknot does actually use a bit of theory. most of their music is based on jazz.


I'm pretty sure he's joking.

I've seen a few scores where entire staff sections are colored in, and computers are supposed to produce all tones (not just even tempered ones) in the specified range. I don't know what it'd sound like, though.
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#16
wow, what songs have that? i think itd sound like a dying giraffe (southpark reference) k, i won't take offense if hes just playin. i know ive seen duggy on here before and have never seen him make a n00b statement like that so i'll assume he's playin around too
#18
if you played every note there is and then drug it out infinitely, i think that would be the soundtrack to hell
#20
im going to write a song with 6 parrt harmony that uses this chord properly..... im gonna do it just to do it dammit!
#21
Quote by Gitter_Wizard
CMaj13 b9#9b5#5 add b7

N00B...if you flatten AND sharpen the 9 it becomes a natural 9 (#) and the same goes for the 5. z4twenny and big crouton have a much more realistic name for it
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#22
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Actually it is a CMaj13 b9#9b5#5 add b7 Or an root you want not C but Its all just a closed inversion of a closed chord.


would the add not be in front off all of the blurb?

otherwise i dont think it implies the 5th or 9th are involved.

i cant beleive i bothered to comment here... but hey, why not.
#23
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N00B...if you flatten AND sharpen the 9 it becomes a natural 9 (#) and the same goes for the 5.


What?
#25
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What?


I think he means they cancel out? Like in maths, -2 + 2 = 0, b9 #9 = 9?
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Go to your staff paper and re-write this song a half step down so on the paper it'll be like you have a "C" just move it down to a "B#"




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#26
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N00B...if you flatten AND sharpen the 9 it becomes a natural 9 (#) and the same goes for the 5. z4twenny and big crouton have a much more realistic name for it


You just lost any and all chord theory credibility you had.
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#27
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I think he means they cancel out? Like in maths, -2 + 2 = 0, b9 #9 = 9?


yes but the difference is..... they don't cancel each other out. playing a D and an E at the same time doesn't produce an Eb, it simply makes a 2nd interval
#28
Now if I remember correctly, the correct term for that (every single note of the chromatic scale represented at once) is called a "tone block." Though to be honest, I think "clusterf#ck" is an equally good name.
#29
I like the clusterf#ck m7b5 name. It works.

at the math theory.
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#30
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Actually it is a CMaj13 b9#9b5#5 add b7 Or an root you want not C but Its all just a closed inversion of a closed chord.

Your roots not a C...

If your going by a 24 fret guitar, E is your start and in the chord theres more E notes than every other note...

So its E Cluster****!
#31
technically any of them could be the root if its a chord inversion, but your logic is what i used to determine the chord name of E clusterf#ck
#32
Quote by Galvanise69
Your roots not a C...

If your going by a 24 fret guitar, E is your start and in the chord theres more E notes than every other note...

So its E Cluster****!


What if you tune down? Then it could be a C clusterf#ck...

And what about alternate tunings? D modal or Gsus2 for example...
#33
^ playing all the notes at once is playing all the notes at once, it would be the same chord name regardless of where you rooted it. like i said, you could consider it an inversion even if the low E is the lowest note (IE on a guitar even with E being the lowest note you could still call it C clusterf#ck or G# cluster**** and just consider it an inversion)