#1
Hi guys, I was wondering how do I determine the strumming pattern of a song if there is no guitar in it.
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#2
make up your own based on the rhythm and whatever the other instruments are palying.
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#3
Well, if its classical music, you might consider the time signatures so like DUN..do do DUN doo do DUN doo do DUN and strum on the DUN, Although that would be a waltz sorta pattern.
#5
Okays thanks a lot.
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#6
It takes some time, but after a while when you listen to a song, you can figure it out
#8
Try to make it match the accents. Up and down strums sound different and you can play them hard or soft or in-between.