KeIemvor

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  • Sanity_Theorist

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CeZlih4DDNg Maybe this kind of black metal appeals to you

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  • Sanity_Theorist

    Also, it occurred to me just now, why would modern music have more notes on how to perform a piece. I write in tab and always leave it a little bit open to interpretation for later on so that when I do get around to recording, it'll be easier to adapt. Guess that's an often debated part of classical...

    15 Abr 13h47 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    " Musicians are always talking about "the composer's intentions", but those are not necessarily written in stone, and composer do change their minds ." Interesting that that is mentioned, I love when bands do remakes after a style shift. The idea of tempo being a big dividing issue seems a tad overblown, considering that a lot of it just comes down to how much energy the director wants there to be. Alter Bridge, one of the best modern hard rock bands, often plays faster live for more energy. I don't treat it as being worse or better than the studio recordings instrumentally for it.

    15 Abr 0h49 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Actually, I found the first foreign language group I liked recently shortly after saying that. It's tribal pagan metal with black metal influences, and it's kinda amazing, if one of my least accessible groups. As far as a capella goes, though, I can't even get into when Maynard James Keenan and Haken does it. Vocals just can't carry music on its own for me, why basically all my collection is progressive in some way. Anonymous 4 is listenable, but given that I don't speak the language that's basically all I can say about it...I never really understood vocals like others do it seems. Could never hear the difference between baritone singing and talking, for instance. It's almost like I can't hear any skill to vocals until they are placed with an instrumental. This is what it takes for me to get past foreign language, apparently: a mixture of like 5 styles I love. http://thyworshiper.bandcamp.com/album/czarna-dzika-czerwien

    15 Abr 0h45 Responder
  • KingsAndQueen

    I really do not know what to think. It's more redeeming than the last two Megadeth albums and it's slightly hilarious... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fr31_iX_6tA (anyway, the quality is so bad that you barely can hear the guitar)

    13 Abr 20h51 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I returned to composing recently since I found somebody that might be able to help me with getting a demo out and I noticed that I was using crescendos and less time signature abuse...starting to think classical influence balances out progressive metal bands like The Ocean and Suspyre and keeps it from becoming time signature porn like most prog metal.

    13 Abr 15h40 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Wow, the difference between the two performances is tremendous...is a lot of it based around instrument quality or more around acoustics? Therion has operatic vocals, so they're out for me. There's only one symphonic metal track I like with operatic vocals, and for some reason it's a brony 26 minute metal opera haha. Therion does have more riffage going on, though, so I can call it better than most symphonic metal I've heard. I defintiely lean more towards the symphonic power metal style. As for the one case where I liked the operatic vocals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBvl-AdnHGY

    8 Abr 20h59 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I'll likely only ever like a select few black metal bands, likely....I just don't hear hardly any variance in the style. That reminds me, was planning on trimming my death metal library a bit, it's become a bit bloated...As far as opera goes, I just don't like singing in other languages because at that point I'd prefer the part be instrumental. A little isolationist? Perhaps, but if I can't understand vocals, they don't add anything for me personally. Will get around to those videos you linked in a bit, someone just sent me Liquid Tension Experiment and I think they are what I wanted from Dream Theater and King Crimson simultaneously.

    8 Abr 20h47 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Hmm, perhaps my phrasing was a tad poor there. I mostly meant that I use music theory alongside personal tastes to find bands for my collection. I never judge other people for their artistic preferences unless it is truly horrible like Pollock or breakcore. I listen to everything from pop to Blotted Science, the only real necessities for me are passion and talent for me to respect the artists. Talent comes from practice, of course...I don't believe in any intrinsic gifts, though a few people have mentioned asperger's syndrome hyperfocus leading to 'gifted' people. I consider that just a difference in priorities.

    8 Abr 20h43 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Death metal is a mix, really....Behold the Arctopus being the wankery side to the extreme and Before the Dawn/Dark Tranquillity being among the most catchy and rhythm driven. The keyboard playing definitely makes more rhythm focused bands to me, gives them more atmosphere to hook me.

    8 Abr 20h40 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Have another recommendation for you: Suspyre's When Time Fades. It's easily the best symphonic metal I know of, the whole thing is composed classical style and it has no 'harsh metal' vocals on it. It's basically what Dream Theater wishes they could be in terms of virtuosity and lyrical depth, but with passion. I'd go as far as calling them the closest thing America will get in talent that the British have with Haken.

    7 Abr 4h48 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I just don't like Latin vocals in opera at all, feels pretentious to me. I'm more of a symphonies fan. As far as black metal goes, I'm curious what you mean about it focusing on atmosphere. Most of it just sounded like less interesting death metal to me, with some exceptions like the vocals in Allegaeon, Carach Angren and Ovid's Withering. It might just be a vocals preference, I prefer growls to screeches....even Ihsahn's vocals don't really sound good to me, and I know he is the golden standard for that vocal style.

    5 Abr 15h18 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Regarding elitists, I love messing with them, especially since I listen to (what I consider to be, using some music theory knowledge objectively) to be the best bands in a wide range of metal, prog rock, and hard rock styles. There's nothing like showing someone Angel Vivaldi when they claim Steve Vai is the best virtuoso guitarist. I really have no issue with people exploring trends (though I think asperger's syndrome is the main part of why I like djent, not sure about the rest,) my issue moreso lies where quality standards get sacrificed. You can see that a lot among bands with elitists and purists in their bands. I always quote Slayer as the best example of that, regardless of how much it pisses "true" metalheads off. I actually agree with you regarding 2CELLOS and APocalyptica and such, I'd love to see them go more progressive. Vitamin String Quartet are just in it for the money sadly, but I was really interested in their Tool/Rush covers.

    5 Abr 15h16 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Djent is a very very trendy thing that WILL die out since it's already gone as far as it can go (how far can you take two guitar tones in complex polyrhythms? I'm shocked it's lasted a few years...) but I do know some of the better bands in the genre. Many would be too extreme for you likely, but I suppose you could try a band along the lines of Tessseract. As far as detah metal fans go, I entirely agree...I just end up showing them vildhjarta and telling them why being really heavy is no reaosn to have bad vocals haha...that said, i actually really like death metal. I have about 100 bands in the style likely, but I understand how some can't get past the vocals. Many death metal vocalists use poor technique regardless, so unless you heard the good bands first, you're kinda screwed....I was fortunate and heard recent Dark Tranquillity before I started hearing clipping. If you want good black metal style parody, can I link you The Black Satans? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOibIxl3dLo

    5 Abr 15h11 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Hmm, I'm curious what you mean about really different sounding performances...can you post some links to give me an idea? I'm just kinda easing into classical right now and it might be kinda niche mood genre for me like new wave started, but I have a feeling classical will spread given how I love certain symphonic metal bands like Suspyre and Anathema's symphonic album.

    5 Abr 15h07 Responder
  • satchalicious

    Item #4 on this top ten list--I immediately thought of you... :D

    2 Abr 16h21 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Was revisiting an old favorite movie with my boyfriend yesterday, thought you'd find this amusing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Og1_WCYGa-w

    2 Abr 6h06 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    A lot of rock/metal covers done on classical instruments are too obviously done for the money in many cases for me. It's the reason I didn't get into Zander Zon's bass arrangements nor Vitamin String Quartet's Rush/Tool covers in the end. What I love about Apocalyptica and 2Cellos is that you can actually hear passion while they perform (I'm pretty sure 2Cellos use a noise gate for hard rock tone like Apocalyptica do for metal tone.) As far as getting into classical, so far I actually like just about all of it that I hear outside of operas/choirs with Latin, so I'm waiting until I can hear the nuances a bit more so that I can be more objective. The beauty of classical for me is that it works as ambience and for something I can focus on and enjoy, with a lot of tracks that don't flare up my instruments sensitivities. The use of timpani drums is a big plus as well.

    30 Mar 15h02 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    As far as metalhead cliches go, I have found them startlingly true...I hate the "true" metalheads and the scene metal fans, and 'djent' is the closest I've gotten to being part of any scene, and purely because autism hooked me to the guitar tone and rhythmic complexity (referring to the prog/math metal side, not the deathcore side....though somehow vildhjarta and Ovid's Withering slipped through.) Not recommending the genre for you, it's extremely brickwalled...I think the closest to good production the genre has is this: http://music.basickrecords.com/album/februus It's not great, but it's pretty nice for metal production.

    30 Mar 14h58 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I'll likely end up buying the CDs purely because digital only bugs me and classical sounds great lossless. I think calling covers 'interpretations' is a bit heavy handed, do the performances between the artists really vary that much? I imagine the key might be changed, but I've seen little signs of them being truly performed differently...though Four Seasons is a great concert suite. Turns out I had heard a poor orchestra playing it with bad acoustics. Summer is actually phenomenal.

    30 Mar 14h54 Responder
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