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You need to back up a bit, to see the wood and not the trees, you can't break it down like that, you can't do one without the other nor t'other without the one, so because it's not logical to talk of it distinctly, there's no term for it. It all comes from beat, where interference patterns make new tones in the harmonics. Xenakis is talking about one of the ...


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If you don't care about software costs, then check out Ableton Live. Its a fully featured DAW that will allow you to jam along with loops and also record and arrange your results.


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You want to google "auto accompainment software". People seem to dig this: http://www.digibandapp.com/ Also: http://www.1manband.nl/ If you want something more advanced and beyond what your Ketron does, you may want to try out Ableton Live and the like: https://www.ableton.com/en/trial/ As the name suggest, it is a live performance-oriented DAW that ...


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As a songwriter who writes Country songs and records the demos as a guitar/vocal, this question is right up my alley. Country music is characterized by both the subject matter of the lyrics as well as the instrumentation, style of play, and vocal style. Although modern country songs topping the country billboard charts today have incorporated many ...


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Listen to others who play country and western. How could you do it any other way if you aren't familiar with the genre. Pick out an artist like Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, or Johnny Cash. Listen to there vocal technique and mock it. Copy the boom-chuck rhythm of the acoustic guitars. Again just copy what they do and eventually you will get a feel for it. ...


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Scoop between two and three of any chord, both with your guitar and with your voice. Don't over do it, but it is the fundamental Country element. The rest should follow. On the guitar, if you are playing a G chord, it is the hammer on you perform on the fifth string from the open A to the B. Transpose that relationship, and you are fine. That scooping ...



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