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  1. There are some interesting things in the book....

    There are some interesting things in the book. I've fiddled around with the atonal stuff myself (dodecaphics and such). What specifically is confusing you about it? All the different things in the...
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    hmm...wonder where I heard that term before?...

    hmm...wonder where I heard that term before? Isn't it some sort of communications standard or something? ;)
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    Using the metronome would be the ideal here I...

    Using the metronome would be the ideal here I think. You'll just want to go with a faster subdivision. For example instead of 90bpm...try 180bpm which is twice as fast so your slow notes would be...
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    One thing I heard that help creating a Tone Row...

    One thing I heard that help creating a Tone Row on the fly is remembering some combinations of 2 Hexachords or 4 triads that are mutually exclusive. That is, they don't share any notes. Something...
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    Sticky: Hey pfizer, Yeah, the technique your talking...

    Hey pfizer,

    Yeah, the technique your talking about is more along the lines of 3 sixteenth notes with a sixteenth note rest. It's extremely prevalent in hardcore music (i.e. Hatebreed, Agnostic...
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    Another influence of his that I feel needs to be...

    Another influence of his that I feel needs to be mentioned is Chuck Schuldiner. Muhammed is a big fan of Death. I've seen some concert footage from New York where Necrophagist covers Death's song...
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    Try muting it with your palm as well as your...

    Try muting it with your palm as well as your fingers after you switch strings. I'm pretty sure this is known as double muting but don't quote me on it.
  8. Thread: Alternate Picking

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    A couple of my students are having the same...

    A couple of my students are having the same problem with alternate picking. They're trying to get used to the switching on 3nps runs. Its the transistion from d-u-d on one string to u-d-u on the...
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    I used to use the pick the same way. I eventually...

    I used to use the pick the same way. I eventually gave it up and went for a more conventional way so as to make tapping alot easier for me. It's whatever suits you best.
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    I agree with malcolm. I would first concentrate...

    I agree with malcolm. I would first concentrate onlearning all the notes on the fretboard before messing with different tunings. I would also learn some scales and chords as well just in case a song...
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    Poll: Here you guys go. ;) e·phem·er·al ...

    Here you guys go. ;)

    e·phem·er·al /ɪˈfɛmhttp://cache.lexico.com/dictionary/graphics/luna/thinsp.pngərhttp://cache.lexico.com/dictionary/graphics/luna/thinsp.pngəl/
    -adjective
    1.lasting a...
  12. Thread: NP June 07

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    I know it's near the end of the month but I...

    I know it's near the end of the month but I figured I'd burn some time and post what I've been mainly listening to all month long.

    Iron Maiden - Best of Compilation (with heavy emphasis on "Can I...
  13. Thread: Fretless Guitar

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    Look into converting the fretboard from a wooden...

    Look into converting the fretboard from a wooden fretboard to an aluminum freboard. It'll help your sustain problem. With fretless basses and guitars the ones with wooden necks have always (at least...
  14. I also suggest checking out Aphex Twin. It's some...

    I also suggest checking out Aphex Twin. It's some pretty crazy techno there. My favorite song from them is either "Rubber Johnny" or "Come to Daddy" each of which has a video on youtube. Also check...
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    Hmm, I'll have to check it out. I haven't used it...

    Hmm, I'll have to check it out. I haven't used it in awhile because I've been using EZdrummer.

    I guess I should have put into context my use of EZdrummer and DFH:Superior. I use EZdrummer for...
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    I've written quite a few MIDI's for drum...

    I've written quite a few MIDI's for drum programming and I might just be reiterating what others have already said.

    I use Cubase SX3 with a myriad of drum programming software. I just recently...
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    Nice song Kirk. I liked it so much that it has...

    Nice song Kirk. I liked it so much that it has given me the inspiration to pull out some of my old blues chord progressions and have some fun with the slide.
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    Let me see, there's two parts to my technique...

    Let me see, there's two parts to my technique that I like to focus on. The rhythms and the lead.

    For rhythms:
    New Millenium Cyanide Christ/Rational Gaze - Meshuggah

    For lead:
    This Godless...
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    Some crazy math/music ideas

    As some of you may already know I'm an electrical engineering major in college right now and I've had to take ALOT of math from Calculus, to Differential Equations, Probability/Statistics, all the...
  20. Thread: Playing Metal

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    Learn to pick fast. I've heard alot of black...

    Learn to pick fast. I've heard alot of black metal in my days and one thing I seem to get from them all is they like to tremolo pick alot (i.e. Naglfar's "I am Vengeance", etc etc). If your looking...
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    I'm also a big advocate of voting as well. For me...

    I'm also a big advocate of voting as well. For me it was a win-loss kind of day. The governor/senators I voted for didn't get into office however some proposals that I had voted for went through...
  22. Thread: Favourite BPM

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    I'm kind of fond of the 100-120 range. Especially...

    I'm kind of fond of the 100-120 range. Especially for grooving, time sig changes, and polymeters. However for the faster stuff I'd say 200-240. Pretty much just double of the other speed. Its a good...
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    No prob :), I think alot of us here are mature...

    No prob :), I think alot of us here are mature enough to understand that different people have different opinions and are able to respect those opinions.
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    :confused:, I think someone needs to lay off the...

    :confused:, I think someone needs to lay off the sugar and caffiene a bit. :p

    But to give my 2 cents on it anyways I think you can play "in time" without a metronome. I think however you need...
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    Well there's a couple ways I evaluate myself. Do...

    Well there's a couple ways I evaluate myself. Do you know enough to where you can play the music that you want to and play it proficiently.

    By proficient I don't mean amazing chops at blinding...
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