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One of the most talented bands on the scene right now, imo. Check out the synth solo starting at 5:00. Quite possibly one of my favorite improvised synth/keyboard solos of all time, and the drum groove is insane as well.
45000 whobeven needs more than like 10 wtf are you buying
seriously though it means a D major chord where the lowest note is a C (which would make it, in sum, a D7). not sure how you're expected to voice that.
yeah, from what I gather it gets pretty fuzzy. You almost have to know who you are talking to and what their background is. Just from what you wrote above, if you and I were going to jam and I was going to play a i-IV id probably say "Ill play rhythm, you solo in A Dorian" and you would know exactly what I meant. But if it were someone with a jazz or academic background then it may be a little more difficult lol but I think theyd still get the picture. Or possibly it would devolve into a fistfight, who knows.
for my part, there will never be an instance in my life when I say, for example, "im playing in the key of aminor but I will borrow the major 6th from the parallel major"
I think it is fairly obvious that the terminology needs some freshening up. Id like to hear a term like "functionally Dorian" for a song that uses notes and chords from the Dorian mode but uses a more functional harmony.
I personally feel that it is somewhat silly to try to force a strict black and white choice of "either/or" for "tonal" and "modal" when they exist on a continuum with some interplay in the middle. Its like forcing people to use only the terms "hot" or "cold." What about warm, cool, comfortable etc??
for forum usage if I must use the "M" word ill probably just say Dorian "flavor" or Dorian "sound"
its impossible to get to a professional level while studying at the same time to become engineer. of course no one is stopping you to do both things at the same time and form a band and compose tunes, but you'll probably be terrible/ be surrounded with unmotivated band members. just know that there are people out there practicing, networking, studying, composing almost 100% of their time
i finished a tough science program and i had to study all the time to barely pass some of the most difficult classes. 30 minutes of guitar noodling once in a while wont get you anywhere unless you are a genius composer. you'll probably grow out of the successful rock band dream soon enough anyway
Here's what I do. I'll take the lens out its case, put it in the middle of my palm, pour some saline on it, give it a good rub, lay the lens on my finger tip, put another drop of saline on it, insert into my eye. When it's time to come off, I take it out, clean it with the cleaning solution I have, wash it away with saline, put it back in its case (which is refilled with the bacteria cleansing solution stuff).
Amidoingitrite? How do you know for sure if they're clean? Can you see it? #prayforme
Waitwaitwait, there's been some nights where I become really sensitive to light and can't watch the TV or anything, but I just thought that's cos my eyes are tired or something. It's fine the next day tho. Am I dying?
I was hoping you fellas could help me a bit make a daily excersise plan?
Where I need help is, how I should exercise, what I should exercise, how to get the motivation to daily exercise?
Probably 'Framed Sound' or something like that
I don't really know
I completely disagree with this
Is it worth me reading the rest?
then why does everyone keep saying it
Music theorists sometimes use mathematics to understand music, and although music has no axiomatic foundation in modern mathematics, mathematics is "the basis of sound" and sound itself "in its musical aspects... exhibits a remarkable array of number properties", simply because nature itself "is amazingly mathematical".