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Marco Fattori
post Jan 25 2010, 05:16 AM
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Sorry I don't know much about music theory, but I need help transcribing a very fast part of a song, Its a couple seconds long, and its by a band called "Deluhi" and the song title is called "Hybrid Truth".

So I've transcribed the whole song except the beginning because It's too difficult for my ears. Even slowing it down it becomes blurred and muffled to the point where its not clear, I've made many attempts but I guess music theory behind it would help as to whats being played.

For one thing I know there diminished arpeggios, and I know for a fact the song is in "Drop C" tuning but if anyone here would be kind enough to help me transcribe this piece so I can complete my tab.

Here is the video for the general song. The part I need to be transcribed is from 0:27 till 0:34

Here is the live version, for it to see where its played I guess would be around 0:11 till 0:19

Its kind of harmonized which makes it a tone more difficult to transcribe but here was my attempt to just find the notes. I did this just to randomly find the notes even if it was in standard E, though its in Drop C. Also I would need help with correct positioning.

Thanks in advance!

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Daniel Realpe
post Feb 8 2010, 02:11 PM
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I can tell you that IT'S ALL DIMINISHED, and the last scale IS MINOR, trust me

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