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Rock music is a genre of popular music that originated as "rock and roll" in the United States in the 1950s, and developed into a range of different styles in the 1960s and later, particularly in the United Kingdom and the United States.

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How does one set up a guitar amplifier to produce a rock sound/feel?

I have trouble figuring out my guitar amplifier's equalizer settings, how does one know what the different knobs (bass, treble, mid, overdrive) do to derive a desired rock sound/feel?
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Would Metallica be considered “Classic Rock”? [closed]

This is a music history question, would Metallica be considered classic rock?
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Is it ok to release a demo EP with average quality on Spotify?

My rock band was recording a Demo EP with a friend of a member of the band. This friend lost his job and house and left the country before he had a chance to mix and master the tracks. And he didn't ...
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What would Rock sound like to people in the Baroque era? [closed]

Not entirely sure this is on-topic, but what would people 400 years ago in the Baroque era perceive our rock as? They probably wouldn't have any electric guitars or drum kits, but maybe there is an ...
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Does Phish base their improvisational style off of any predetermined techniques?

I have heard of the phrase "The Circle Game" used in reference to Phish and their style of improvisation and extended jams. How does this work, and is it evident in their live performance?
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Is Sigur Ros Hoppipolla a counterpoint [closed]

What is the reason Hoppipolla is so special. Is it a counterpoint or counterpoint-like? Can it compare to pachelbel canon? By searching for counterpoint-like music, but no result as good as ...
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Best DAW for electronic rock and dubstep? [closed]

I was wondering in your opinion what is the best DAW for making electronic rock and dubstep? I should pinpoint that I'm having a windows PC and that I've only used FL Studio so far, so a comparison ...
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Do classical and rock musicians train with different goals?

I expect most musicians aim to master the instrument they play. But articles & interviews I've read suggest that: Classical musicians: Place importance on precision and theoretical knowledge ...
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C#m in Am chord progression

I was listening to this song; ...
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Is bassy vocal tone okay for rock and metal singing?

After extensive practice and using my diaphragm I've found my full voice tone being pretty bassy. (Even when singing high, the tone is still pretty bassy.) So, is this kind of a voice used in ...
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How to translate rock guitar style to keyboards?

The particular property of the guitar, at least to my ear, is that it can easily "fill the room", as it were, even when playing simple chords or patterns. The keyboard seems to want... more ...
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How to mimic the sound of the '60s-'70s era? [closed]

I am into composing and I really love the era. I would be interested to get hints how to write music which alike. How would you arrange vocals like in Mamas and the Papas? How should one arrange a ...
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History of screaming in music throughout the world

Screaming is a common technique in metal and other music genres but according to Wikipedia it has also been used in blues music and very few times in more classical Western works. Are there other ...
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Weird light instead of pick?

I've been on post rock concert (God is an Astronaut if it helps) and during one song artist were not using something looking like tiny laptop power supply with little light (pickup side). He was still ...
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What characterises Irish drumming?

A bunch of my friends are into Irish music, including irish punk/rock (like the Pogues), as well as more folky stuff. I play (kit) drums, and would like to be able join in. I've tried, but I'm not ...