#1
This has crossed my mind a lot since I started guitar.

Is it possible to play a note so fast that it's indistinguishable from playing a single note? I listened to a trance song recently where the drums went almost fast enough to sound like a single drum beat. I hope everyone gets what I'm trying to say because it's kind of hard to explain.

So how many beats per minute would it have to be to have something sound like a single note again?
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100000000000000000000*phew*0000000000000000000 bpm.
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#4
Probs about the same speed your monitor is refreshing at :P
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#6
Yes its possible

'Solid tone' occurs at roughly 3500 BPM
Though a human ear wouldnt be able to distinguish beyond 1000 BPM anyways
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Yes its possible

'Solid tone' occurs at roughly 3500 BPM
Though a human ear wouldnt be able to distinguish beyond 1000 BPM anyways


Solid tone huh? Time to wiki that ****.
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#9
well if your playing it on a guitar, it will be distinguishable because of the pickstroke... it would sound more like a contant pickstroke than the note your trying to play
#10
Well I tried to do it on this music program I have. Took a drum set and set it to bass drum at 960 BPM which is the max. Started to make my head feel weird, didn't sound like a solid note though.
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