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  • Sanity_Theorist

    Found a torrent for Beethoven symphonies in mp3 at last. I never download in lossless because I know I'd never buy it later if I did that.

    Ontem 15:03 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    On a side note, why are all classical pictures used outside of Beethoven's generally black and white? It seems pretty pretentious and (dare I say it) hipster.

    Ontem 14:58 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Bach compositions seem rather stiff, for lack of a better word...they don't really seem to flow as nicely as Vivaldi's or Beethoven's compositions for me. Definitely talented beyond a doubt, though. As for Primordial, I have mixed thoughts. The instrumentation is very good, but it lacks the compression needed to sound heavy for me, which is important in metal. Of course, that's a personal preference. I prefer compression for heaviness whereas others prefer distortion. At this point I'm finding I actually prefer pretty processed guitar tones for metal, because of how much of a delicate balance it is.

    Ontem 14:56 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    In regards to musicology, I considered myself a bit of a musicologist at one point....I find composing based on my playing style a lot more fun, though. Blotted Science is basically music theory on crack cocaine and it's about the most technical I get, though Zander Zon is on the more raw emotional side of that spectrum. I really should buy his second album when I have money, it has electric cello added to the classical guitar style playing he's doing on bass.

    Ontem 14:47 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I'll respond to ze other 3 shouts tomorrow.

    Ontem 05:00 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    For me, tempo is often about energy levels. There are some cases where I'd love to hear tempos faster and others where I'd love to hear them slower. Thankfully, audio stretching doesn't bug my ears too much (You'd be amazed how much you can tolerate when you're desensitized to clipping, haha.) Doom metal in particular seems to need anti-depressants often, but I suppose that's the point, and I do like the more creative groups in the style. Most of the doom metal bands I like use cellos and violin and such, actually.

    Ontem 04:59 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I don't hear vocal nuance like many people do, so I need strong lyrics/music to carry poppy music for me often. It's why I enjoy some punk rock and Depeche Mode and such over some more progressive foreign bands. It takes a lot for me to get past a language barrier because I see incomprenhensible lyrics as a flaw, which is why I pretty much stopped at melodic black/death metal. Most stuff beyond that point aren't legible for me. As far as poppy artists go, I've tried quite a few bands and few have stuck. The most recent was Garbage, since they are basically Alanis Morissette with more ideas and more consistent song quality to me...though I do love 8 Easy Steps. There have been cases of lyrics ruining bands for me, but they are pretty few and far between. I just can't handle lyrics as ridiculous as, say, Between the Buried and Me, at least outside of comedy.

    Ontem 04:57 Responder
  • satchalicious

    Well... I try.

    Ontem 01:16 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    So right now I'm having issues with getting money for music purchases, but I'm making notes of stuff to buy with occasional temporary album downloads...do you have any particular Beethoven/Vivaldi sets you can recommend? It seems those two have hooked me most of the classical composers I've heard so far.

    20 Abr 16h49 Responder
  • satchalicious

    I saw THIS... and thought o you! :))

    20 Abr 13h28 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Oh, and I listened to two Primordial tracks; I really like what they are going for, but I think they're te kind of band I have to see if they grow on me. Definitely love their writing style, though, thank you for telling me about them!

    19 Abr 14h51 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    That's kinda odd to me, not assigning particular instrumentals to writings...at that point, isn't it just writing down music theory practice? The idea of recording off that sounds novel, but I can't see that sounding as good as a composition with parts defined for ideal timbres. Feel free to link me if you know any that end up working nicely, since we both have an affinity for symphonies and string groups. As far as unintentional hilarity, I know that feeling...Carach Angren is hysterical to me because of how far they take black metal cliches while doing better instrumentation than many bands in the genre. Seems my collection is getting goofier in general, since new wave like Oingo Boingo and Devo are awesome and downright silly.

    19 Abr 14h50 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Hmm....I did write a composition just yesterday that had Gojira's Ocean Planet riff as an intro slowed down and extended....it did sound nice and heavy, very doom-y. If it says anything, I work in 8th notes for the most part...it feels best for sounding heavy in metal and allows for tremolo picked parts in between (Regardless of what my profiles says, I'm mostly a guitarist/bassist at heart - the keyboards and vocals I'm currently practicing are just to give depth to that.)

    19 Abr 14h45 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    It actually seems like I have a stronger appreciation for vocals than most extreme metal fans I've seen, but maybe that's because for the most part I end at melodic death metal and can't like a band if I can't understand the vocals from lack of enunciation. One band in particular, Death, I really wanted to like the last two albums from because the music was great, but the vocal technique was just off to me. Because of how vocals tend to be in death metal, about the earliest I can go is Dan Swano's projects (which are hit/miss) and early Opeth as far as death metal goes, and Opeth started off kinda shaky vocally. Ideally, I find metal bands where vocalists can sing and do more aggressive vocals well, or at least multiple styles, but I think anyone will agree that most extreme metal focuses way too much on being just that: extreme. I've actually been looking into some creative pop mostly for the vocals as a result, such as Garbage, Depeche Mdoe and Peter Gabriel.

    19 Abr 14h42 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiQyEkBhDVs Also, I stumbled upon Beethoven performed through an Eastern lens. It's kinda awesome.

    18 Abr 18h21 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

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

    16 Abr 21h33 Responder
  • 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
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