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Soundcloud General Anonymous 08/16/2019 (Fri) 04:22:29 No.11 [Reply]
Post soundclouds here
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Throat singing soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/thehu-music

Music Theory Gastarbeiter 10/04/2019 (Fri) 06:23:16 No.142 [Reply] [Last]
After thinking through and wondering how I could possibly make this work, I am going to go forward with this. Since there are a lot of potential gastarbeiters here, I took upon myself to do daily posts hopefully on this thread that revolves around Music Theory, not Music Composition.

Quick disclaimer: I am not a music guru, so a lot of the information I giving to you is being backed by decent sources and my good background on this subject. You'll never get it right the first time, so practice if you have the time. Music is a time-consuming hobby, if you want get the most out of it just take it at your pace. There's no rush, so enjoy learning as you go.

Any other gastarbeiters or /mu/tants are welcome to post any questions, answers, etc, as long as they are relation to the topic. Hell, I'll even allow music theory "memes" since they helped me understand certain things better.
Edited last time by Muses on 10/04/2019 (Fri) 14:44:12.
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is there theory that helps you choose chords based on the supposed songs to embelish it nicely

QTDDTOT Gastarbeiter 09/16/2019 (Mon) 02:07:32 No.123 [Reply]
Can any one recommend me more music similar to this please?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sh8WujJVCn4

BO Edit: This is officially the QTDDTOT thread, you can ask about where this music came from, requests and recommendations, anything related to music. If it is music theory related, I strongly recommend that you ask it in the Music Theory Thread.
Edited last time by Muses on 11/16/2019 (Sat) 12:47:50.
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>>728 this should work

BandCamp General Anonymous 08/16/2019 (Fri) 04:19:26 No.10 [Reply]
Post bandcamps here
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Do everyday things seem unusually large or small? A bag contains 20 blue and 10 green marbles. You have to draw out a marble six times. https://deepdown.bandcamp.com/

Gastarbeiter 09/17/2021 (Fri) 15:33:09 No.787 [Reply]
can anyone summarizes for me the key ideas to remember when covering a song such as playing claire de lune or maybe rondo capricioso or any songs' sheet? especially on how to hit the right notes that creates the song in particular
I don't understand what you mean by cover, like as properly playing the music on the sheet or arranging the music on something different from its original intentions?
>>788 I think he means how much you can change the original tune before it starts sounding like a different song. To answer OP's question >>787 from a newb's point of view the main three aspects are: >A: the key the song is in Obviously if you want to rearrange it you'll have to play it in the same key or in a parallel one I believe that's what they're called please don't shoot me I started music theory just recently >B: the main motif Every song has a main part that makes people go "Ah ha it's THAT song" >C: the memorable parts Like point B, except it's other stuff, you just know them when you hear them. I figure if you left those 3 things mostly intact then you could tie together whatever other addition, changes and embellishments of yours without drifting too far from the original idea.

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Request Gastarbeiter 12/25/2019 (Wed) 03:44:43 No.229 [Reply]
Can someone lead me to a 20th century classical piece that sounds like the Nintendo Gamecube startup screen? https://youtu.be/ksZh-FHuKpk I'm looking for staccato melodies with a poly rhythmic backbone, and a jarring juxtaposition between soft and hard sounds, just like Gamecube. Thank you and Merry Christmas.
>>229 21 st century but still might b what ur looking for

Gastarbeiter 07/05/2021 (Mon) 21:03:54 No.784 [Reply]
Vaguely political song thread? https://invidious.xyz/watch?v=RET470Q1m_Q
Anyone got some less, for want of a better word, left-wing music? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg2IooEFTp8

Good music thread Anonymous 08/15/2019 (Thu) 18:33:17 No.1 [Reply] [Last]
Post some of your favorite tunes to celebrate the founding of this board.
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Skalalala Gastarbeiter 02/18/2021 (Thu) 16:16:13 No.767 [Reply]
SKA IS NOT DEAD r-right?
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>>767 I went to a Mighty Mighty Bosstones show when I was 12. Good show, asked Dicky Barrett to play "Dr. D", he said "Nah man, we usually stick to a set and don't really take requests" First song they played was Dr. D. it was based
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>mfw i unironically want this back

Gastarbeiter 03/26/2021 (Fri) 21:51:42 No.778 [Reply]
What is the secret website /mu/ migrated too?

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