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I've found the slide guitar the biggest help in de-tuning my ear.  I was trying to learn indian scales, with the microtones.  I found some texts which explained the principles and I realised I could practice on a guitar if I had a slide, just slide up and down--hunt out the pitches.

--I'm intrigued now by perfect pitch; it reminds me of my thing about the three of the four beat--or whatever it is--the 'pap' beat, somehow it lacks ooomph.  The next track has been ooomphed.  They put in the drum beat I don't like--at 1:30, but only for a little while, quite a variety in there.  It's got that perfect pitch thing, they tune the synths to the exact co-ordinates, beyond the capacity of the human ear to discern the shades, and then overlay with what you like!

And then--heh...I thought it was humorous, that huge ant with the words 'The Reality of Destruction'--but who could notice when there's orgasms--or was it just the one, or their mate into a mic--trying to make a serious point about female sexuality and its constrictions in the new a--destroy those barriers, the giant X-Ray of an ant is here--reality--plus an orgasm or even two!  Or three!  

Now--cough cough!  

anything even slightly out of tune makes me irritable and angry.

A bloke once said to me, "Tom Waits?  Ugh!  I can't stand him.  I mean, I like the music--but that voice!"

~:7o (:

Now our sound worlds can start matching up--hey, how about a video with a melody that's sung or played such that your ears are singing ahhhhhhh!  I am a HUGE FAN of beautiful notes hit beautifully.  And I'm always happy to hear someone else's choices!

Don't fight forces, use them R. Buckminster Fuller.

by rg (leopold dot lepster at google mail dot com) on Sat Apr 12th, 2008 at 06:00:05 PM EST
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