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Conversation Between pikakitten and Brynjolf
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  1. Brynjolf
    February 6th, 2013 08:38 PM
    Brynjolf
    Oh cool. :) That's a first, meeting a clarinet player! Haha.

    Yeah I know guitar pretty well. Been playing for.. two years now? Don't know much about structure though. I learn by ear, sometimes by tabs. Never did learn sheet music because it's almost useless in guitar world (unless you wanna play in school band).

  2. pikakitten
    February 6th, 2013 04:12 PM
    pikakitten
    Clarinet, that's really it xD But I know song structure and stuff like that xD

  3. Brynjolf
    February 5th, 2013 09:26 PM
    Brynjolf
    How much experience do you have with instruments btw?

  4. pikakitten
    February 5th, 2013 03:36 PM
    pikakitten
    Oh ok.

    You're not a dumbass, it's a simple mistake

  5. Brynjolf
    February 2nd, 2013 05:19 PM
    Brynjolf
    Clean setting = no distortion on guitar.

    Somewhat.

    Why couldn't I just f-ing think of that before? I'm a dumbass.

  6. pikakitten
    February 2nd, 2013 02:08 PM
    pikakitten
    Yep xD
    Ok so clean setting? However, I do get straightforward, Hollywood Undead tends to be very metaphorical and subtle meanings xD

    Ok so you want it to be repetitive? Anyways, then try to find out how Green Day set up the song, and use it as a base with your own chords and lyrics.

  7. Brynjolf
    February 2nd, 2013 01:51 PM
    Brynjolf
    Is hollywood undead your favorite band or something? =P

    Anyway, I'm going for something like this, except with a clean setting and straightforward lyrics.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOa-lJWeQ4Q

    The patterns are kinda the same in stuff like this. I was going for more of a short-3-chord short verse kind of thing like this that's very repetitive, you know?

  8. pikakitten
    February 2nd, 2013 12:28 PM
    pikakitten
    Nope all the verses 100% different sounds better, not too repetitive, etc.
    Here listen to this, it's
    Chorus
    Verse
    Chorus
    Verse
    Chorus
    Bridge
    Chorus
    so it's the same as my idea but it starts with a chorus
    listen to the bridge and you'll see the beat is different
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTSTljhx60Y

  9. Brynjolf
    February 2nd, 2013 12:21 PM
    Brynjolf
    See, that's better.

    I just have too much of a structured set up for everything. Everything I do has to be in order.. Not like OCD or anything, but it just bothers me.

    Each verse is different? You mean just change like a little bit, right?

    Blah.

  10. pikakitten
    February 2nd, 2013 12:18 PM
    pikakitten
    Yeah I get you, I have an idea for the setup
    Verse
    Chorus
    Verse
    Chorus
    Bridge
    Chorus
    Simple, and not too repetitive, of course each verse has to be different, but the chorus will always be the same and the bridge will just have a different rhythm, also most songs go up to at least 3-4 minutes minimum so it shouldn't take too long to finish, also how fast the lyrics are going, if it's slow then the song can hit it's goal without having to write too many lyrics, if you need help, I'd always love to help write a song xD


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