#2
picking steadly fast ...i think
look up the song parellel universe by rhcp...its all like that

this didnt really require a whole thread tho...a simple search bar search could have got this answer...or you could have asked in a thread about this that is already open

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#3
Also, tremelo doesn't mean playing in rhythm, just play as fast as you comfortably can for that note.
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#4
tremolo picking,
straight 8th, 16th or 32th notes. it depends on how it is writen.

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Also, tremelo doesn't mean playing in rhythm, just play as fast as you comfortably can for that note.


you have to play tremolo picking in the rhythm, it is just a way to write down music faster.
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Also, tremelo doesn't mean playing in rhythm, just play as fast as you comfortably can for that note.


That's called a trill, isn't it?
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That's called a trill, isn't it?


No, a trill involves a quick hammer on pull off action.
#7
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No, a trill involves a quick hammer on pull off action.


oh aye, of course, sorry.
#8
In band, when I had a tremelo in my solo, my director just told me to tongue it as fast as I could cleanly. Sorry if I gave some wrong info.
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#10
A tremelo is playing a certain number of notes in a set period of time.

For example:

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you have to play tremolo picking in the rhythm, it is just a way to write down music faster.

Yeah, but its not as noticeable when its out of time. I know I never have to worry about perfect timing when I do fast passages on piano. But maybe I just have a good sense of time