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« Reply #150 on: 20 Nov 2005, 19:52 »

I play bass guitar. Badly. I also do vocals but I wouldn't call it singing, I stick to ranting and screaming. I do this in a band called St Jude (at least, that's what we're called this week), and just the bass on its own in Late Night Dog Fight.
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« Reply #151 on: 21 Nov 2005, 03:25 »

I'm an okay Bass Clarinetist...I'm that great on regular clarinet.  I'm alright at the musical saw, and I can sort of play keyboard.
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« Reply #152 on: 21 Nov 2005, 05:07 »

I grew up playing piano coz it was the wishes of my parents, but I talked em into letting me quit when I was about 13. A few years ago I picked up guitar and haven't looked back since. Now I play guitar, and I prefer saying keyboard coz all I really do on their is choose a wicked synth and solo a lot! Sing a bit too
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« Reply #153 on: 21 Nov 2005, 10:16 »

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« Reply #154 on: 21 Nov 2005, 10:39 »

I play bass. I fiddle on drums, guitar, and electronic programs that I find online.
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« Reply #155 on: 22 Nov 2005, 05:23 »

I thought I'd make this the first thing I post on the Q.C forums, as it's something I so rarely get to tell anyone ^.^

11 years on the Flute (and shh. Yes, I went to bandcamp... twice.)

2 on guitar (I just learnt Me vs Madonna vs Elvis from 'Brand New'!)

I can play at least three songs on a Saxaphone, clarinet, and -cough- Recorder.

And I can play one or two melodies on a piano, but nothing worthy of impression.

I feel pretty happy with those under my belt =^.^=
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« Reply #156 on: 22 Nov 2005, 06:27 »

I play drums at grade 5-6 level

I can play 3 chords on guitar (G, D, and E minor 7 diminished (Which to most folks is open...)) but not well enough to join them together at any valuble speed.

I can sing. A bit.

I think thats about it...
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« Reply #157 on: 22 Nov 2005, 08:31 »

Open strings on guitar in standard tuning is actually an A 11 chord.  EADGBE, A+E  are related by fifths implying A as the root with the fifth (E) in the bass, the G is a minor 7th than the B+D are a 9th and an 11th stacked on top of the 7th. You could also call it an A7add11 .
A E half dimished chords would be EGBbD and fully dimished is EGBbDb.

I play guitar, Bass guitar and Double bass, piano (poorly), saxaphone (just learning to play), Computer (sequencers, reason, protools, logic, etc), Some drums, some singing,
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« Reply #158 on: 22 Nov 2005, 09:06 »

I could've sworn it being open is an E11.

How is it an A when there are two Es?
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« Reply #159 on: 22 Nov 2005, 11:41 »

It's actually can be called an A 11 chord but is really a A9sus4.  go to any chord generator to hear it .
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« Reply #160 on: 22 Nov 2005, 12:17 »

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Open strings on guitar in standard tuning is actually an A 11 chord.  EADGBE, A+E  are related by fifths implying A as the root with the fifth (E) in the bass, the G is a minor 7th than the B+D are a 9th and an 11th stacked on top of the 7th. You could also call it an A7add11 .
A E half dimished chords would be EGBbD and fully dimished is EGBbDb.

I play guitar, Bass guitar and Double bass, piano (poorly), saxaphone (just learning to play), Computer (sequencers, reason, protools, logic, etc), Some drums, some singing,


That made no sense to me...

I just got told that was what open was...I don't play guitar :-)

Ahwell that's killed a dream.
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« Reply #161 on: 22 Nov 2005, 13:09 »

don't feel bad, anyway now you can say you can play a A9sus4
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« Reply #162 on: 22 Nov 2005, 16:16 »

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Open strings on guitar in standard tuning is actually an A 11 chord.

I prefer to call it "The Tuning Song."

Also: How do you make computer-based music? Atmospherics and noise and such? I totally want to learn how so's I can incorporate it into my band (which consists of me writing all the parts except some drums so far - I play guitar, some bass, I was classically trained in piano, and I hit drums sometimes).
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« Reply #163 on: 22 Nov 2005, 19:42 »

Mostly I sing (loooooove to sing) but I also played cello for about 4 or 5 years, until my teacher pissed me off too much. I played piano for a year or so, and am now restricted to Fur Elise and Chopsticks. Also teaching myself to play guitar... shv00t!
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