|Author||Topic: Bands reply please!!!!!!!|
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|posted: 1/24/2005 at 2:12:22 PM ET|
hello. I'm a 16 year olf girl and I live in Banff, Scotland. I want to start up a like band thing. Does anyone live in Scotland near me and round about the same age group and be interested?? I'd really like to know. How about you suzyq and maintube?
|posted: 1/24/2005 at 9:11:31 PM ET|
I wish I could help you form a band, but I really don't know a thing about getting one together.
Is there a band in the school you attend? Do you have friends or know someone who plays a musical instrument?
If you are attending music school, maybe you could ask around and see what the interest in forming a band is.
My guess is that the kids who want to join your band should agree on the type of music to be played, rehearsal time and space and I hope there is someone out there who has experience in getting a band together to give you the advice your are looking for.
I forgot, what kind of band, and what type of music do you want to play? That might help the next person help you.
Good luck,where there's a will, there's a way. You'll get there.
From Internet Network:
|posted: 1/25/2005 at 12:12:14 PM ET|
I was thinking of kind of a rock band but when you can actually hear the singer over the music. The drums and electric guitar would be cool with some soft music in it. I think it's important to hear the words of the song so that the song has a meaning and not just music. Anyone interested?!
|posted: 1/26/2005 at 4:40:08 PM ET|
Like Suzy said. Find some friends who are musicians and get something going. Be aware that it takes hard work even on the pop/rock level of music to reach a level of performance that people will enjoy both as a performer and a listener.
|posted: 1/26/2005 at 9:44:11 PM ET|
When reading sheet music, in the key signature there is most often at least one sharp or flat. I was once informed that this was the key that the song was played in. However, the base note is usually a G or F. So my question is, what purpose does the sharp or flat serve, and how do you determine what key the song is played in?
|posted: 1/27/2005 at 11:43:21 AM ET|
Look at this web site and follow the tutoral at the top. Explains a lot.http://www.teoria.com/reference/scales/05.htm
|posted: 4/13/2005 at 8:27:43 PM ET|
Hi, The sharps and flats are in designated lines or spaces, and the amount of sharps or flats designates what key apeice is in. For instance, no sharps or flats is the key of C one flat is the key of F. Wherever the sharp or flat is on the staff, that note is raised one half step, for a sharp, or one half step down for a flat. I hope this is of some help. Don
I am intwersted in learning to distinguish the difference between all the different musical key signiatures. Does your site contain any of this info, since I compose music, and don't have a good background in reading music? Thanks, Don
North Coast NSW, Australia
|posted: 4/14/2005 at 3:49:24 AM ET|
Is that where the name of the area in Canada came from?
hello. I'm a 16 year olf girl and I live in Banff, Scotland. I want to start up a like band thing.
Yikes, it is in Canada, I hope...?.
Great to hear you plan to get a band off the ground..
Have you tried UseNet Alt Guitar series, or MX TABS Forum?
Are you still at school?