Drum solo.merlyn wrote:Yes, but if you take away the notes what have you got?
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Kwackman wrote:Drum solo.merlyn wrote:Yes, but if you take away the notes what have you got?
I am not worthy :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Sam Spoons wrote:Avant garde jazz?
Avant garde jazz usually has a lot of notes. Some people think too many, and the wrong ones.
Kwackman wrote:Drum solo.
Pretty much, although I don't know if the triangle or cowbell would make it.
It seems curious to me that no-one bats an eyelid at 3dB boost at 10kHz, balanced and unbalanced, room modes or bit depth and sampling rate all of which are theory, yet there is a general perception that your musical soul will plummet to hell if you read a note of music or learn any music theory.
For consistency the next time someone asks a technical question the answer should be "just feel it, man." :lol:
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I've had many long discussions on the merits and otherwise of reading music, one more won't hurt :bouncy: (ducks and runs for cover)
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