#1
I need some examples of all types cadences and nonharminc tones in modern music, because the only ones I know of are sacred music and I'm supposed to write a peice in music theory and I want to see some modern examples
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#2
Quote by TDKshorty
I need some examples of all types cadences and nonharminc tones in modern music, because the only ones I know of are sacred music and I'm supposed to write a peice in music theory and I want to see some modern examples


I know nothing of music theory, but Kerry King's solos are nonharmonic tones as far as I'm concerned.
#4
Could you give us an example of one? Trying to figure out what they are by reading up on it.

To my understanding you would probably find a lot in chill techno music.
#5
Quote by saphrax
I know nothing of music theory, but Kerry King's solos are nonharmonic tones as far as I'm concerned.


ok....
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#7
if you want serious answers maybe try Musician Talk?
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#8
from what i can tell, the ending from Saturday Superhouse by Biffy Clyro is an imperfect cadence
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from what i can tell, the ending from Saturday Superhouse by Biffy Clyro is an imperfect cadence


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it just doesn't sound right. just look up tabs from some of your favorite artists and check out the way they end...
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#11
Are you talking about disonance? Because there is a lot of that in Slayer's music. Check the intro to Seasons in the Abyss (it's not a very hard song, don't worry) to see what I mean.

EDIT: And check out the track Eyes of the Insane (they won a Grammy for that tune you know):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hG-URrxlCHg

They use discordant notes and key changes which are given greater emphasis and dramatic impact by scordatura - downtuning the guitar strings to an unnatural off key level.
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