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Macar

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About Macar

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  • Birthday 01/12/1985
  1. Ung- I'm a vocalist so vocal injury, which is easy to do, is an ever looming foe. This semester I had a huge disaster when a cold whiped out my voice on the week of a performance... It's the worst thing that's ever happened to me in my career.
  2. You mention, "the older I get". I wonder how old you are? I used to think I hated pop music, but the older I get, the more I realise it's just that I don't like it. I was angry because nobody understood me, and I didnt have any friends who shared my tastes musicaly. Now I finaly realize that hating it isn't worth the effort, and that I don't need to wish that thier music didnt exist- Live and let live. PS- classical musicians DO get help from studio magic as well you know...
  3. Fat chance if she went to school in the US
  4. For what it's worth- here's the dictionary definition. Snob: a person who believes himself or herself an expert or connoisseur in a given field and is condescending toward or disdainful of those who hold other opinions or have different tastes regarding this field: a musical snob. Ironic that the chose that example :)
  5. what was this thread about? That was some great bread pudding I had this morning...
  6. Unfortunaly I havent seen the context, she only told me about it, and that it resolved to i
  7. That what I was thinking. Thanks for resoponding. She has since encountered an arrangement of a negro spritual that used both minor v and vii (follow the drinking gord). I have a feeling that it might be from that body of repitorie that the sound of this kind of progression does not sound odd to me. Can anyone think of a specific peice that I could look up other than a spritual that might have this kind of thing as a cadence?
  8. Has anyone heard of such a thing? I've written music that contains what I can only anylise as such, and it sounds neat to me. My fiancee (who's much better at theory than I) says it has to be anylised some other way because there's no such thing as a minor v. I've also used a minor vii. I swear I've heard this kind of progression before, I just cant remember where. Can anyone here shed a little light on the situation? I think it just sounds like a mode (whichever one has a flat 7)
  9. Google. I dont remember my exact words but I was actualy just looking for a piece that used sibelius sounds so I could hear them in action. Then I found this- I have been looking for a forum like this for ages.
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