#1
any help on starting a black metal band and playing the style.sherch barred nothing came up...

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#3
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Don't play Black Metal.



well i already play death metal..how worse can it get..people hate me a lot already
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#5
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Don't play Black Metal.


I don't think I've seen any of your posts longer than that. Stop giving useless advice.

I'd say listen to classic bands like Darkthrone and Emperor and try to emulate their style. Look at their tabs and try something like that at first. From there you develop your own style.

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Death Metal is so much better.


Shut up.
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#6
I want to try something different though thats the thing..any suggestions on a different kind of metal..i could play??than??
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well i already play death metal..how worse can it get..people hate me a lot already


You don't seem to understand Death Metal or Black Metal to begin with.
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#10
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Trade your guitar for a keyboard?



no... I'll find a key board player later
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Dunno man, practice lot's of single-note tremolo picking your harmonic minor scales... open minor chords, flat 5th's, and add reverb to your sound. Thing is, what "style" of black metal do you wanna play? Blackened Death? Symphonic? Raw?

...I'm really not the best person to ask about this (ironically, that's the 2nd time I've had to say that today). Anyway, just find black metal you like and go from there.
#13
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so any serious help??


I gave you serious help. Thanks for ignoring it.
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#14
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I gave you serious help. Thanks for ignoring it.



sorry didn't see it Bud..probably best advice i got today and i checked them guys out..and it seems simple enough..so build on their style..and make it my own?
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sorry didn't see it Bud..probably best advice i got today and i checked them guys out..and it seems simple enough..so build on their style..and make it my own?


First step is to familiarize yourself with black metal.
Second step is to be able to emulate exactly what they're doing.
Third step is to use the techniques they use but incorporating your own melodies and rhythms.
Fourth, you bring in your own influences and develop style by experimentation and practice.

Music theory definitely helps in song structure, but listening to bands and looking at tabs can give you a basic idea of that (or looking through UG lessons)
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First step is to familiarize yourself with black metal.
Second step is to be able to emulate exactly what they're doing.
Third step is to use the techniques they use but incorporating your own melodies and rhythms.
Fourth, you bring in your own influences and develop style by experimentation and practice.

Music theory definitely helps in song structure, but listening to bands and looking at tabs can give you a basic idea of that (or looking through UG lessons)


thanks
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#17
so my ideas are chopped liver? I gave you better advice than he did!

Step 1. Buy a keyboard
Step 2. Wear Corpsepaint
Step 3. Play fast flat-5ths and melodic minor scales/chords
Step 4. ???
Step 5. Profit!!!
#18
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Dunno man, practice lot's of single-note tremolo picking your harmonic minor scales... open minor chords, flat 5th's, and add reverb to your sound. Thing is, what "style" of black metal do you wanna play? Blackened Death? Symphonic? Raw?

...I'm really not the best person to ask about this (ironically, that's the 2nd time I've had to say that today). Anyway, just find black metal you like and go from there.

That's actually pretty much it. If you are playing pure black metal though, you don't need two guitarists.