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« Reply #50 on: 18/08/2007 12:58:02 »
One guy in my physical therapy session is going to see a deff leopard concert this weekend or next I can't remember, but he and Doc Mike were real excited.. LOL. Said it would prove to be a great concert! LOL!

I at least have heard the name of the group but have never heard their music! I have no idea what they play... I should look them up.. It is probably not my type of music.. LOL

So you know it a bit eh Ryan!

Karen I'm sure you ment to quote me not yourself. LoL. Defienly some good Rock N Roll! Some say it's metal, but I don't think it is.

Guy Guys Guys. UGH Should have been more specific. Doc I'm sure you know what a C Scale is.

Which C scale do you have in mind? Major? Minor? Harmonic minor? Lorian? blahblahrhubarbblah

QUESTION!!

Are you think thinking Chords?
 

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« Reply #51 on: 18/08/2007 13:56:06 »
One guy in my physical therapy session is going to see a deff leopard concert this weekend or next I can't remember, but he and Doc Mike were real excited.. LOL. Said it would prove to be a great concert! LOL!

I at least have heard the name of the group but have never heard their music! I have no idea what they play... I should look them up.. It is probably not my type of music.. LOL

So you know it a bit eh Ryan!

Karen I'm sure you ment to quote me not yourself. LoL. Defienly some good Rock N Roll! Some say it's metal, but I don't think it is.

Guy Guys Guys. UGH Should have been more specific. Doc I'm sure you know what a C Scale is.

Which C scale do you have in mind? Major? Minor? Harmonic minor? Lorian? blahblahrhubarbblah

QUESTION!!

Are you think thinking Chords?

OHHHH (*Hangs head in embarrassment and slinks away!*) Your right! LOL!
 

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« Reply #52 on: 18/08/2007 13:58:00 »
OHHHH (*Hangs head in embarrassment and slinks away!*) Your right! LOL!

HAHA Its OK! I think the laptop speakers are broken. Sound sounds terrible!
 

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« Reply #53 on: 18/08/2007 13:59:04 »
Thats not good. are you on a laptop!
 

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« Reply #54 on: 18/08/2007 14:06:54 »
Yeah I am almost everytime I'm on this site I am on the laptop.
 

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« Reply #55 on: 18/08/2007 14:23:44 »
Scale a group of letters A through A being an octave.. going up 8 notes, or an octave. They are 8 consecutive letters on a scale that represent different tones and allow you to use it to write and compose the rest of the music using these tones on the scale to create your music.

Technically there are 7 notes in a scale; the 8th being the 1st note of the scale an octave higher.

Pentatonic scales (as favoured in blues music) have 5. Much Eastern music (Arabic, Indian etc) has more than 8 notes in a scale, including quarter-tones. For that reason most of it cannot be played on Western instruments.

Also, your statement that there are "...8 consecutive letters on a scale" is misleading. For instance, the key of Emaj consists the notes E Gb Ab A B Db Eb; alphabetically they are not consecutive.
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« Reply #56 on: 18/08/2007 14:26:42 »
Hum?
 

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« Reply #57 on: 18/08/2007 14:27:06 »
Yeah I am almost everytime I'm on this site I am on the laptop.

OH!!
 

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« Reply #58 on: 18/08/2007 14:28:45 »
Yep!!
 

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« Reply #59 on: 18/08/2007 14:29:00 »
Scale a group of letters A through A being an octave.. going up 8 notes, or an octave. They are 8 consecutive letters on a scale that represent different tones and allow you to use it to write and compose the rest of the music using these tones on the scale to create your music.

If its wet???
 

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« Reply #60 on: 18/08/2007 14:31:29 »
I'M TOTALLY LOST!!
 

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« Reply #61 on: 18/08/2007 14:36:54 »
Sorry, I accidentally clicked on the POST button when I hadn't typed my reply  [:I]
 

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« Reply #62 on: 18/08/2007 14:41:41 »
OK I have been guilty of that myself! LOL..
 

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« Reply #63 on: 18/08/2007 14:42:48 »
So what were you going to type then.
 

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« Reply #64 on: 18/08/2007 16:24:35 »
So what were you going to type then.

I posted it. At first I only had the quote from Karen's reply.
 

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« Reply #65 on: 18/08/2007 20:23:22 »
Yeah I see that now. It wasn't there the last time I looked!
 

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