#2
...alright. What is your point, exactly?
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#6
Actually, Its Eighth note = 320. So if you read as most songs have it, as a quarter note, its only about 160.
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#7
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Actually, Its Eighth note = 320. So if you read as most songs have it, as a quarter note, its only about 160.


yup. They could have just put quarter note = 160 but that wouldn't sound nearly as impressive as 320. I mean this is Dream Theater were talking about, they're way above doing something at 160 cause they went to Berkley n stuff, and Petrucci is a god.

But seriously it is pretty silly aint it.
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#8
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yup. They could have just put quarter note = 160 but that wouldn't sound nearly as impressive as 320. I mean this is Dream Theater were talking about, they're way above doing something at 160 cause they went to Berkley n stuff, and Petrucci is a god.

But seriously it is pretty silly aint it.

Actually, the reason they put EIGHTH = 320 is because if you look at the time signature, it is in 13/8, so you want the written tempo to match the pulse of the song. If it was 13/4, then you would have it written as QUARTER = XXX.

PS - I went to Berklee and I'm not way above notating it properly, just like they're not. Haha
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#10
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Actually, the reason they put EIGHTH = 320 is because if you look at the time signature, it is in 13/8, so you want the written tempo to match the pulse of the song. If it was 13/4, then you would have it written as QUARTER = XXX.

PS - I went to Berklee and I'm not way above notating it properly, just like they're not. Haha


LOL good 1, you are correct.

Its just fun to poke at the shredder mentality.
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#11
TS dude practice. that's all. it takes a long time to be able to play the music of your idols.

unless your idols include, something like, the ramones.
#12
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Look at the tempo....320 with 16th notes...



You don't know much about Petrucci do you?
#13
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LOL good 1, you are correct.

Its just fun to poke at the shredder mentality.