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Kentl 08-01-2010 11:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Giga Hertz (Post 3579594)
How can you play a piece as it was meant to be written if you don't see how it was written?

how can I play any of my songs if I donít have stand reading?

Tabs ARE right now days

And standerd dose not means its always right

The reason its right more is because more people know how to use it but thatís changing

metropolis4 08-01-2010 11:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kentl (Post 3579588)
why cant standerd music just say the leter on it


the highest luine is F so instead if a dot make it an F
evrye one can read that


but no
it has to be more complicated

point is standerd msuic is ahrd then it has to be

To add on what was already said, you'll actually start to realize that standard notation IS the simplified version of what you are talking about.
For example, in treble clef you could write a letter F on the top line instead of a dot. But, after you've read F up there 1000 times you'll start to think "I already know that's F I don't need the letter to tell me". At that point a dot becomes much simpler that writing the letter.

And yes, one reason you wouldn't just want a letter there is because the notes on the lines/spaces are relative to the clef. But figuring out what goes where is easy since F is always the note highlited by the clef symbol. For example, the treble clef symbol circles F and the bass clef as two dots on either side of F.

Kentl 08-01-2010 11:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by metropolis4 (Post 3579597)
To add on what was already said, you'll actually start to realize that standard notation IS the simplified version of what you are talking about.
For example, in treble clef you could write a letter F on the top line instead of a dot. But, after you've read F up there 1000 times you'll start to think "I already know that's F I don't need the letter to tell me". At that point a dot becomes much simpler that writing the letter.

And yes, one reason you wouldn't just want a letter there is because the notes on the lines/spaces are relative to the clef. But figuring out what goes where is easy since F is always the note highlited by the clef symbol. For example, the treble clef symbol circles F and the bass clef as two dots on either side of F.

yes but i ahve no clue what your talking about


by a jjudge of thing i decide to close this please pm me if you want to keep going

Rainer. 08-01-2010 11:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kentl (Post 3579596)
And standerd dose not means its always right

It's right if the guy who wrote it out is telling you it's right.

If a studio producer hires you to play a part, and you tell that studio producer to write your part out in tab, you'll get fired, and someone who can read standard will take your job.

thesteve 08-01-2010 11:59 PM

CLOPSED LOL


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