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Music theory assistance - Adam - 04-08-2013

Got any theory questions? Wanna know where to start learning?

This is the place


RE: Music theory assistance - Grungie - 04-08-2013

I'm trying to write a song in Fb minor, what do?


RE: Music theory assistance - Adam - 04-08-2013

Stop being a smartass


RE: Music theory assistance - Danjo - 04-08-2013

Well Grungie, your first step is probably going to be to play an Fb minor chord. Then, if you're playing any type of hardcore music, thats probably enough chords, so you're pretty much done with the song. Just add some pig noises over the top and some midi drums where the kick drum sounds like a snare.

However if you are playing hardcore I would really recommend you tune down at least to drop C and take the song two steps down. That way no one will get confused by you changing chords between the other songs you're playing and this song.


RE: Music theory assistance - Adam - 04-09-2013

Goddamnit this is why we can't have i can't do nice things

Because you come and ruin it, can't this one thread be serious and on topic? please


RE: Music theory assistance - Adam - 04-09-2013

Bb Major, unless you wanna go for tears, then C minor. people think D minor is the saddest but actually C mino-

Goddamnit incog, just one fucking time, do good ;_;


RE: Music theory assistance - Grungie - 04-09-2013

(04-08-2013, 11:44 PM)Danjo Wrote: Well Grungie, your first step is probably going to be to play an Fb minor chord. Then, if you're playing any type of hardcore music, thats probably enough chords, so you're pretty much done with the song. Just add some pig noises over the top and some midi drums where the kick drum sounds like a snare.

However if you are playing hardcore I would really recommend you tune down at least to drop C and take the song two steps down. That way no one will get confused by you changing chords between the other songs you're playing and this song.

At the Drive-in uses standard tuning and a real drum, what do?


RE: Music theory assistance - Adam - 04-09-2013

Come on man, take it to the stereotypes thread ;_;


RE: Music theory assistance - wwf - 04-09-2013

Anyone who says D minor is saddest is wrong. C minor is really sad, but I'd say b minor is saddest from my experiences.


RE: Music theory assistance - Mr Maps - 04-09-2013

Fine. I'll be on topic. Nigger, how do you form the different seventh chords from major, and what's the difference between each type?

Huh, 'nigger' is accepted in spell-check. Well whaddyaknow.