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post May 21 2007, 02:33 AM
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Oh man (whine!) I really got the blues from Lesson 1,2, and 3. I'm heading to the metal blues next. g
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post May 21 2007, 03:39 AM
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what do u have cooking up next for gmc??????????????
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post May 22 2007, 12:33 AM
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Yes! This is what I was looking for - colour of sound, floating melody line and this "lazy" feeling,
giving a bit of slow donw to life.
I hope new lessons will coming soon.
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post May 28 2007, 02:23 AM
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QUOTE (nrpstreetballa @ May 21 2007, 04:39 AM) *
what do u have cooking up next for gmc??????????????


It's just going through final uploading and touches and should be up and out there tomorrow nrpstreetballa. It's "on the edge", that's all I'll say 4 now smile.gif.

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QUOTE (kiciolud @ May 22 2007, 01:33 AM) *
Yes! This is what I was looking for - colour of sound, floating melody line and this "lazy" feeling,
giving a bit of slow donw to life.
I hope new lessons will coming soon.


Yup should be a new one out tomorrow as I write kiciolud. A few tech problems to sort out and it's live ...

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post May 28 2007, 03:11 AM
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Thanx a bunch Kris and David. wink.gif


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post May 28 2007, 11:35 AM
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QUOTE (DavidO @ May 28 2007, 03:23 AM) *
It's "on the edge", that's all I'll say 4 now smile.gif.

I wild(?) guess... it's in the style of The Edge!! unsure.gif laugh.gif


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post May 28 2007, 01:36 PM
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QUOTE (MickeM @ May 28 2007, 12:35 PM) *
I wild(?) guess... it's in the style of The Edge!! unsure.gif laugh.gif


You MAY be 'close to the edge" smile.gif. It'll be up soon I'm sure, still workin out some server tech probs on it with Kris.

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post May 30 2007, 12:42 AM
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Hi Andrew

I just got thinking today when I was working on some tab today for a lesson. I wonder does Andrew work in Hemi-demi-semi-quavers or jus plain ol' 64ths? smile.gif.

With your mixed geographical background u never know m8!

Oh, on the subject of music notation and all that, here's a piece of useless information for you.

I was looking at a songbook/music script here a few years ago and I noticed that there was no note or chord "b" on the sheet. It's called a "h" in Swiss/German music notation/music!

So it's A, H, C , D, E, F, G ... I'm sure there's a valid reason for it but I don't want to know what it is ja-ja rolleyes.gif .

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post May 30 2007, 07:45 AM
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QUOTE (DavidO @ May 30 2007, 01:42 AM) *
I was looking at a songbook/music script here a few years ago and I noticed that there was no note or chord "b" on the sheet. It's called a "h" in Swiss/German music notation/music!

So it's A, H, C , D, E, F, G ... I'm sure there's a valid reason for it but I don't want to know what it is ja-ja rolleyes.gif .

Swedish is related to the German language and it's the same here - H. But when we talk in the band we always say B. And when I was young being taught music (on the electric organ) I learned it doesn't start witth A but with C.
C D E F G A H
Looking at thas old school swedish way it's A that's misplaced.


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post May 30 2007, 07:50 AM
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Greetings from kansas. i really like your play. very tasteful, great rhythms.

i have a question. that sort of triplet rhythm in the second recording. i learned that a long time ago, from clapton, let it rain (played as a kid, just picked it up again now after many years). people should learn that, but you are the first I have seen play that rhythm here. i believe that the rhythm actually repeats every 96 notes if you carry it out far enough. does that thing have a name? i can do that as you do it, but I never could quite figure out what what going on with that rhythm, or what to call it.

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post May 30 2007, 10:20 AM
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QUOTE (MickeM @ May 30 2007, 08:45 AM) *
Swedish is related to the German language and it's the same here - H. But when we talk in the band we always say B. And when I was young being taught music (on the electric organ) I learned it doesn't start witth A but with C.
C D E F G A H
Looking at thas old school swedish way it's A that's misplaced.


Yeh I was wondering if other European countries used that too. Well I just wrote that down starting with "A" (must have been alphabetically thinking wink.gif.

But the note C would be pretty normal to start off with as you say, because it has no sharps or flats and it builds from there. Still looks odd to the "b" users whatever you start with smile.gif.

Why is "h" used do you know?

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post May 30 2007, 11:33 AM
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QUOTE (DavidO @ May 30 2007, 11:20 AM) *
Why is "h" used do you know?

I got curious and looked id up at the Swedish Wikipedia.

it says when a tone is flat you write it as Gb except for H which is called B when it's flat.
It also says that can be confusing if you mix the swedish and english speaking countries ways since B then could mean B or B flat (eq H or B )

No explanation really. I searched google.se but searching for "B H" plus some swedish search words only end up with plenty of hits for bra's. BH=Bussom Holder or in swedish.
laugh.gif so I give up for now... instead I will closely study these links I've found biggrin.gif

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post May 30 2007, 02:14 PM
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smile.gif I love your lesson on the style of the edge
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post May 30 2007, 03:06 PM
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Croatia also uses H instead of B - so B here means "H flat".


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post May 30 2007, 08:48 PM
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QUOTE (Pavel @ May 30 2007, 09:06 AM) *
Croatia also uses H instead of B - so B here means "H flat".


Could still be a German influence. Much of Croatia part of the Holy Roman Empire during the later middle ages, (and on the border prior to that) so an association was there.
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Hey Dave welcome to GMC.. sounds like uv got alot to offer as far as experience and creativty, can;t wait to learn from you

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post May 30 2007, 10:14 PM
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can some 1 help me what does mb stand for in the tab????
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QUOTE (ibanez rocker @ May 30 2007, 11:14 PM) *
can some 1 help me what does mb stand for in the tab????


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post Jun 2 2007, 11:54 PM
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QUOTE (Pavel @ May 30 2007, 04:06 PM) *
Croatia also uses H instead of B - so B here means "H flat".


Hi Pavel

I'm starting to think that there's probably more countries in Europe use that than don't. It was really a new one on me coming from Ireland. As I think I said b4, the only reason I came across it is that the wife is Swiss and we live in Switzerland which is how I found out about it.

So far on my list I have Switzerland, Germany, Sweden and Croatia using it. I'm sure there's a lot more!

I think most people in Ireland + England don't know of it as they mostly never would come across it as a rule.

Well whatever they're called I like the "B" note - where would we H without it? smile.gif.

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I think I read that english speaking countries use B while others use H.
Perhaps we can get word from more countries?


Wouldn't surprise me at all, we've all heard about the odd pound, gallon, inch, B, mile, pint... pint is good. cool.gif


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