Maky
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Signed Up February 8, 2014
Last Posted December 4, 2019 at 3:37 AM
Posts 316 (0.1 per day)
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#2 lfp main in Recruitment (looking for players)

cool guy, just dont play borderlands 2 with him, he'll ruin the experience

posted 1 week ago
#38 frag videos that inspired you to play competitive in Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7jelqvvzxE

It was such a trip when I got to meet Kaidus at Rewind 2, this video right here not only inspired me to play demo, but I also fell in love with HAIM. Thanks to all TF2 players current and former, for your participation in making this the community I fell in love with.

posted 2 weeks ago
#7 Moist lft in Recruitment (looking for team)
zandapootis
posted 2 weeks ago
#72 Why crossbow is bad for TF2 in TF2 General Discussion

Lets face it, even if we did ban the crossbow, it still wouldn't bring LAN back ;(

posted 3 weeks ago
#48 MGE gods in TF2 General Discussion

floyd is a literal mge oracle dont @ me

posted 1 month ago
#33 What Genre of Music Do You Play? in Music, Movies, TV
BrockVarious_HorsesMakySee, everyone thinks its fun to play in odd times but unless you have a really good and competent drummer its almost impossible to do right. 90% of music can fit into one of four time signatures, and these usually have their own genres of music. For example most waltz are in 3/4 compound meter, while most music in general falls under 4/4, marches are usually 2/4 and foxtrot is usually 5/4.

Again, each person has their preference,but I feel most musicians would rather play in 3/4 or 4/4 time.
For me, the weirdest time signature I've played in is 9/8 (nine eighth note [3 groups of 3 eighth notes])

I'm by no means an amazing drummer, but what little 9/8 I've played felt more comfortable than for example 5/4, I think because I could divide it into 3s it all felt pretty familiar to 3/4 or 6/8. 5s, to a lesser extent 7s and similar odd times that didn't split into one of the familiar time signatures of 3, 4, 6 or 8 etc. were what really gave me trouble.

The one I had the most trouble with (and we never finished writing this song probably because of my struggles) was in 21 (think that was 21/8 but I can't remember, this was over a year ago and we never finished it) and that had me sweating because there was no way to comfortably divide it into chunks I was comfortable with (I'd played and become reasonably comfortable with 7/8, but counting sevens still felt awful, and counting 3 7s frustrated me). Could be a lot easier when playing original stuff though, I never played many covers.

how do you feel about double floor toms? I dont wanna be j mascic but I would love my drummer to play with that setup. I always liked that style, even the dodos ran that one out for ages until they went electric

Very rarely in Jazz we used double floor toms, almost never. I think it would be a waste of money but if your drummer is bent on using double floor toms, who am I to tell him its wrong?

posted 1 month ago
#29 What Genre of Music Do You Play? in Music, Movies, TV
BrockI can sing pretty good and learned bass, but always wanted to play with folks that liked loud/soft dynamics with crazy time signatures. using that rule set on songs always was entertaining, anything written in e-minor with really crunchy bass driven stuff.

See, everyone thinks its fun to play in odd times but unless you have a really good and competent drummer its almost impossible to do right. 90% of music can fit into one of four time signatures, and these usually have their own genres of music. For example most waltz are in 3/4 compound meter, while most music in general falls under 4/4, marches are usually 2/4 and foxtrot is usually 5/4.

Again, each person has their preference,but I feel most musicians would rather play in 3/4 or 4/4 time.
For me, the weirdest time signature I've played in is 9/8 (nine eighth note [3 groups of 3 eighth notes])

posted 1 month ago
#23 What Genre of Music Do You Play? in Music, Movies, TV
kawai play jazz guitar and love playing bossa nova. its fun and makes me happy. :3

Play some Getz with me, Girl from Ipanema always slaps. We can get Zaboomafoo to put a mad Chet Baker-esque solo

posted 1 month ago
#22 What Genre of Music Do You Play? in Music, Movies, TV
zaboomafooI'm actually a jazz trumpeter, and I do have a question for you since it sounds like you got a useless degree

Do you believe your degree will be rendered even more useless because Jacob Collier exists?

It depends on how dedicated someone is. Personally I learned great off-the-cuff chord progressions spit balling in jazz class. Everything from ii-V-i voicing, I-IV-V to ii7-V7(b9)-vi- iii7-ii7-V7-I, chord progressions, improvisation and scales were taught in music class. Personally, I don't think anyone could figure that stuff out without someone to explain the relationship between them. Yea, anyone can play a chord progression, but they wouldn't know why those chords work together.

I may be very wrong, but most of where my musical knowledge comes from knowing key relationships, circle of 5ths, how to invert chords, and someone who didn't learn it in a class room (complete with examples and staff paper) would have a lot harder time explain what and why those things worked together. Overall, music degrees are already useless, don't rely on music for a job you'll most certainly end up homeless.

posted 1 month ago
#1 What Genre of Music Do You Play? in Music, Movies, TV

I know we have some rock enthusiast but for those of you who play instruments what style or genre do you play in.

personally I play jazz piano and slap bass

I will also answer any music theory questions you may have (lemme put this useless degree to use)

posted 1 month ago
#65 job thread in Off Topic

I was lucky enough to turn my internship at an IT company into a part time position, I also transcribe and transpose sheet music...

posted 1 month ago
#139 FORMULA 1 MEGATHREAD in Off Topic

oh boy, racing with 0 passing... smh just watch shorttrack or midget racing lmao

posted 3 months ago
#5 Serious question in The Dumpster

in america, obesity is a bigger problem amongst poor people than starvation

posted 3 months ago
#5 TFCL ceases operations in News

ladies and gentleman, hopefully this wasnt too shocking, kind of expected

posted 4 months ago
#53 which medic main has the best dm on offclass in TF2 General Discussion

I wouldn't say bear is the best, but ngl I think he has some p good rj skill and solly dm

posted 4 months ago
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