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Mine is between Ä and Enter.
I don't have that key :saddowns:
Damn swedes and your fancy keyboards
Guess what that is.
To keep this thread from turning into "General Keyboard Discussion" I'll just throw this in:
One of my favourite songs by them and a flawless performance.
I was listening to Watershed by Opeth the other week and thought "wait a minute is that a fucking hammond organ solo?" And it was and it was AWESOME 8D
Difficult to rate progressive rock.
I enjoy eccentric styles but think it can be musically inferior to conventional styles, but then again prog rock isn't about making conventional music.
Therefore the greatest prog rock music will be the most unconventional music possible whilst incorporating styles from classical, jazz, psychadelic styles.
It's not only about me dude.
If someone has a strong enough opinion about music, I can try relating to that opinion.
pink floyd and rush are my favourite prog rock bands
Those guys are p awesome
This thread has depressed me.
Also, I've said it before and I'll say it again. For modern prog, listen to fucking Haken.
God I love prog. I used to just listen to modern stuff like PT and Opeth and stuff, still do and those two in particular are probably my favourite bands, but lately I've been getting into heaps of the classic and classic influenced stuff.
I fucking love Yes now, And You And I has become one of my favourite songs. I'm also listening to heaps of Spock's Beard and Transatlantic (who have an 80 minute song, how more prog can you get?).
I'm also in a prog band, shit is fun to write and play
Is Mastodon's "The Last Baron" allowed here?
I find it to be a pretty damn proggy song. Hella awesome song to just zone out to, too.
Is anybody else hyped for the new Devin Townsend albums as much as I am?
i only listen to music in 987/128 with 2 hr long songs
Time signatures are pretty simple. The lower number (or the one on the right) tells you what kind of note (half/fourth/eighth note etc.) takes one beat and the upper (one on the left) tells you how many of those notes there are in a bar. So basically 4/4 has four fourth notes in one bar, 7/8 has 7 eighth notes etc. Oh, and they can be mixed up as long as the sum of the notes equals the upper number, so 3/4 can have two eighth notes and two fourth notes etc.
But I donīt know what the difference is between 12/8 and 6/4 or 3/4 and 6/8. Is there a practical difference?
Fuuu my automerge
Going to see him in Glasgow tomorrow with bravehat and Dopey Trout
London sold out way too fast, really pissed off I can't see him. :(