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Gabriel Leopardi
post Feb 12 2016, 06:49 PM
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QUOTE (Tom51 @ Feb 12 2016, 12:12 PM) *
Great. I will be in. Should we have a deadline in mind?



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As ever, you can count on me !

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plz , a king size BT for the I

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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Feb 12 2016, 12:13 PM) *
In when I get back smile.gif
That first link will take a month laugh.gif
One question, sorry but you know me Gab rolleyes.gif why are sharps and flats called "accidental" notes? What is accidental about them? huh.gif
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An accidental in music is:

A symbol that modifies the pitch of a note, turning it into a sharp, a flat, or a natural; also refers to the modified notes themselves. Sharps (#) raise a note's pitch by a half step; flats (cool.gif lower a note's pitch by a half step; and a natural neutralizes an accidental.


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post Feb 12 2016, 07:02 PM
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i'm already at work..... this sound fun

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post Feb 12 2016, 10:01 PM
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I begin hostilities...

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post Feb 13 2016, 11:47 AM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Feb 12 2016, 05:49 PM) *
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An accidental in music is:

A symbol that modifies the pitch of a note, turning it into a sharp, a flat, or a natural; also refers to the modified notes themselves. Sharps (#) raise a note's pitch by a half step; flats (cool.gif lower a note's pitch by a half step; and a natural neutralizes an accidental.


Thanks Gab,
Yes I get what an accidental is but I was wondering why it's called "accidental" I've searched Google and can only find what it is but not why it was decided to call sharps and flats accidental, why are they an accident? I guess it is outside this thread really but I am intrigued rolleyes.gif
Sorry to be a pest, I am an inquisitive student I am looking at the theory of the theory laugh.gif

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Hi

Another take, as named it's just for fun !

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post Feb 13 2016, 04:46 PM
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Hi

Another take, as named it's just for fun !

https://soundcloud.com/laurent-377054242/whawha-just-for-fun

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Good first takes Laurent. Keep on exploring the fret board. Work horizontally on each string and then combine the three strings. Always remember to visualize shapes and chords.


QUOTE (Phil66 @ Feb 13 2016, 07:47 AM) *
Thanks Gab,
Yes I get what an accidental is but I was wondering why it's called "accidental" I've searched Google and can only find what it is but not why it was decided to call sharps and flats accidental, why are they an accident? I guess it is outside this thread really but I am intrigued rolleyes.gif
Sorry to be a pest, I am an inquisitive student I am looking at the theory of the theory laugh.gif



hahaha honestly I don't know why the word "accident" was used, but I think that it's related to the fact that the "natural" note is modified.


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"- If possible try to visualize the Caged system chord shapes."

What do you mean with that Gab? Should we try to see these triad shapes as part of the caged shapes?

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post Feb 13 2016, 05:15 PM
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QUOTE (Tom51 @ Feb 13 2016, 12:49 PM) *
"- If possible try to visualize the Caged system chord shapes."

What do you mean with that Gab? Should we try to see these triad shapes as part of the caged shapes?

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Exactly! caged scales and chords.


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Feb 13 2016, 03:46 PM) *
hahaha honestly I don't know why the word "accident" was used, but I think that it's related to the fact that the "natural" note is modified.


I think I get it now, I think it mainly relates to notes played outside of the indicated key signature. So if key of C is indicated and you play a d# that is an accidental. I'm thinking that maybe that's where double sharps and double flats come from. If the key signature has a D# and no F but an F is played then that will effectively be a D##. Sorry to go off topic but it was bugging me while I was lying on the beach. rolleyes.gif

"In music, an accidental is a note of a pitch (or pitch class) that is not a member of the scale or mode indicated by the most recently applied key signature. In musical notation, the sharp (♯), flat (♭), and natural (♮) symbols, among others, mark such notes—and those symbols are also called accidentals."

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Ok Phil! Keep on enjoying the beach! smile.gif


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I'm in on this one! Something about it seems to want to stick-so-all about it!


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QUOTE (GuitarsANDtattoos @ Feb 14 2016, 11:04 PM) *
I'm in on this one! Something about it seems to want to stick-so-all about it!


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Awesome, count me in too! biggrin.gif



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I'm on this now Gab,
Trying to understand the first assignment at the moment wink.gif

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Same with me - working on task 1 but have no ideas yet sad.gif
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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Feb 17 2016, 06:21 PM) *
I'm on this now Gab,
Trying to understand the first assignment at the moment wink.gif

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Great! Let me know if you need help.

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Same with me - working on task 1 but have no ideas yet sad.gif
Creativity can be sometimes hard work.



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Lot to take in on this assignment. Struggling through it though smile.gif


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Feb 12 2016, 02:48 PM) *
- Play each one moving vertically.
- Connect both triads.


Hello Gab,

No sure I understand what you are saying here huh.gif To me vertically means across the neck, if it means along the neck, do we play each individual triad along the neck or am I missing something.

When you say "connect both triads", there are 10, I am confused wacko.gif

Sorry to be a pain sad.gif

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Hi Phil!

I meant "HORIZONTALLY", sorry!

And when saying "both" I mean to C and F triads (each of the shapes of course)


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