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#41018 - 07/29/10 12:26 PM Musicians
Lamar Offline
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Do we have any musicians amongst us? Music is my passion, it's been apart of me for my entire lifespan. I am a drummer playing currently for 18 years. Any fellow drummers with us?
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#41038 - 07/29/10 03:36 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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I've played drums in 3 separate bands so far. It's been about ten years since I have seriously practised, though. Turns out I wasn't fated to be a rock star \:\)
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#41074 - 07/30/10 03:30 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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I'm not a drummer but if I could do it all over again I would be. I love drums. I've been a lead guitarist for the past 25 years and a bassist for the past 15 years.

And yeah, with all the good things my last band had going for it, it turns out I wasn't meant to be a rock star either.
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#41080 - 07/30/10 05:04 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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Have been a guitarist for a few years, started at the age of 9.
I have played in different bands and left some of them for various reasons (didn't like the genre they wanted to play, opposing personalities, split due to reasons of time,..).

I however have played and sometimes play solo on stage. I prefer to be a musician who plays for fun. Now only doing gigs only for friends, family and maybe if I'm a bit short on cash or when the given artists suck big time (happened a time or 2).
Most of the time also being asked as a stand-in and roadie if one of the guitarists is sick or doesn't know the song that well.

Drums would have been a second instrument I wanted to play (never got round owning one), yet have some skill due to a few drumming lessons from a friend and the fact from time to time doing easy songs behind the drums (example would be Seven nations army - the white stripes).

Having not much of a studio to record, yet a program on pc and a few cables to connect my gear towards the computer.
Instruments I own (and worked for)would be:
- Ibanez Gio
- Burswood guitar
- Line 6 spider III 75W amplifier

Not much in comparisation with others, yet skill is more important then the most expensive stuff you can have.
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#41089 - 07/30/10 09:36 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Dimitri]
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As a little kid I always wanted drums but didn't get them for the same reasons as everybody else. They're big, expensive, and you can't turn them down.

Guitar for about eight years
Using computers to compose for six years
Mandolin for three but I unfortunately don't have one anymore
Doing sound experimentation seriously for about two years
Taking vocal noise/screaming/inhaling seriously two years
Owned a keyboard for about two years but have never really seriously learned it
Absolutely sucking at violin for about a week now

Two "one man band" projects. One of mostly electronic compositions but a few guitar based songs with one free release. One of sound experimentation/noise/avant-garde music with two free releases.

One avant-rock/bluesy-rock band I had to leave due to life issues but am going to rejoin in the future.

Occasional group noise jams, most often impromptu.

I'm most accomplished in my guitar technique even if it's my least used tool for any recorded material. Having learned myself taking only bits and pieces from instructional material I learned to play more by ear and feel but try to apply and learn technique when I can. Those I've played with tend to be impressed with my speed, and improv skills. I've developed a style that utilizes extreme effects most often a pitch pedal to bend down and sound like a distorted bass. I try to focus on guitar being as expressive and dynamic in timbre as it can be in notes without ditching one for the other.

I plan to buy and learn sitar and drums when I can afford them.

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#41104 - 07/30/10 02:25 PM Re: Musicians [Re: TV is God]
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It may sound a bit odd, but I've been getting rather depressed (and pissed) latley due to lack of practice. Around October '09 I got kicked out of home. Long story short I am now living with grandparents and my drums are not in my possession. I haven't gotten a "decent" 1 to 2 hour practice since last October. I'm fighting to stay alive as a drummer. Drums have been apart of me since I was three. It sucks. You hear "never give up on your dreams." I will never give up on my drums.
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#41116 - 07/30/10 09:47 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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For a while my passion was only listening to music, but recently I've aquired a Bass Guitar and Turntables so I've been trying my hand at making some.

It's a hard road of practice trial and tribulation, kinda makes me wish I started when I was younger, but I'm just 21 so hopefully I can still make something of a musician outta myself.

If not I guess I can always try my hand at some so bad its good Punk Rock, lol.
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#41117 - 07/30/10 09:48 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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I'm not a drummer, but I would love to own a kit, and know my way around one a little bit, and I think I could be better if I owned one and could practice.

I'm a guitarist. I started playing electric when I was 14. I got to college and the second semester of my freshman year I took a class on Guitar Literature (the history of the guitar, including precursory instruments, the music written {i.e. "literature"}, and the composers who wrote it). I began to take classical lessons with the grad assistant, and auditioned at the end of the semester after which I was accepted on a probational status into the music degree. Suffice to say, I have been playing classical for about ten years now, and have completed both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in classical guitar performance. I have never looked back.

I can also play keyboard, but as I don't own one, I couldn't really do much with one currently. Again, the practice is a factor.

Personally, however, I would rather be great at one instrument than be pretty good/okay at a bunch of them.

For me, music is life. I know some people only do it for fun, and so do I. However, I expect to make a living at doing it and having fun as well. Does that mean my integrity as a musician is in question? I think not. Does that mean that it does not take work? Absolutely not.

To make a living doing what one loves? Everyone should be so lucky ;\)
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#41118 - 07/30/10 10:28 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Draculesti]
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30 years or so of professionally playing, lot's of road stories! LOL

Making my favorite musick now that I am home with my family, semi retired.
Check it out if you wish . . . Here

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#41121 - 07/30/10 10:57 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Oxus]
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I played bagpipes for a few years but then fell out due to school busy-ness. Tried drums; failed miserably. My GF plays, however.

Currently I make electronic music and do vocals for my own project at http://www.myspace.com/ferrumdei , which is more of a solo thing, though I do play some live shows with others accompanying instrumentals. It's sort of an EBM/black metal/atmospheric hybrid, if you're into that sort of thing.


Edited by The Zebu (07/30/10 10:58 PM)
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#41163 - 07/31/10 02:49 PM Re: Musicians [Re: The Zebu]
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I play the bass guitar and I do play in a band. We have a record deal and do gigs here and there. Its on quite a low level carreer wise so we do not actually earn any money doing it. Most of the time we just try to make sure to break even. But we do it for fun and thats all that matters.

Neither of us really have that big drive to dedicate loads of time to promotion and touring. But who knows, if we manage to land another record company with bigger assets for the next album maybe things will start happening. As for now we just love playing and recording music.

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#42195 - 08/21/10 05:23 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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Late to the thread, decided to chime in anyway. I've been drumming for years, played in two bands (one flopped, I got kicked out of the second after a falling out, but heard they broke up too). Drumming is an amazing feeling, I'd suggest to anyone strapped for the cash to see if they can afford a bass drum and a snare, themsthe basics, get the rest as time/money permits. I play guitar and bass (back when all I spent my college grants on were random instruments), not great at either, and I'm also quite shamefully struggling with ableton live 8 to produce some industrial sounds, havent even worked out the drumbeat section..
Curse my computer illiteracy. At least I can drum ok.
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#42213 - 08/22/10 07:33 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Dedalus]
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You're so right about drumming, Dedalus. ;\)
I played Latin percussion semi-professionally for around three years and did a little African drumming, too. The rhythms catch you right in the heart and it's a wonderful feeling when a group of you playing together can charge the atmosphere of a whole room or concert hall. Sometimes you can hear "voices" among the instruments, singing away when there are no earthly vocalists there. \:\)
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#42216 - 08/22/10 08:28 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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Ah, i forgot about african drumming! Latin percussion is fantastic, though I prefer the djembe's, etc. There's a skate park in the city where drum gatherings take place, unplanned. The few I've been to were amazing, and when theres a couple of people playing variations on the same rhythym you really can hear that whispering/suggestion of words. Some people apparently like to chant over it...I like to leave it as it is.
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#42225 - 08/22/10 01:01 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Dedalus]
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Dedalus,
Just a quick note pertaining to your avatar! Love KC, lived and studied with Robert back in 1985 as part of the very first Guitar Craft. Long live the KING!
 Originally Posted By: Dedalus
Ah, i forgot about african drumming! Latin percussion is fantastic, though I prefer the djembe's, etc. There's a skate park in the city where drum gatherings take place, unplanned. The few I've been to were amazing, and when theres a couple of people playing variations on the same rhythym you really can hear that whispering/suggestion of words. Some people apparently like to chant over it...I like to leave it as it is.

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#42235 - 08/22/10 04:03 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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Oxus,
To play with Robert must have been beyond belief! The mans in a league of his own entirely, a very talented band. And of course they've always had an amazing drummer, even through ine-up changes.
Good of you to notice.
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#44382 - 11/22/10 06:55 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Oxus]
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I've been playing guitar and bass for 10 years now. Of that I have played four years in a black metal band in Germany.
Looking for a new one since I move to Vienna a few days ago... So if anyone here is a musician from Vienna don't hesitate to contact me! I doubt that though.

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#44385 - 11/22/10 07:43 AM Re: Musicians [Re: blazemth]
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I've been messing with guitars for around 20 years. I used to be in lots of local bands, but I have too little time to pursue that any further. I do still play`though, and sometimes I release stuff. My style is my own. I am influenced by a lot of things, not just metal though (even though I am a compleat metalhead).

I do create my own songs, I hate covers. When I get ideas I step behind my DAW and record shit. Sometimes some of that stuff makes it out.
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#44409 - 11/22/10 07:41 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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I've been playing guitar VERY on and off for about 14 years.

I adore songwriting and lyric writing.

I've never felt like I belong to any particular scene so I listen to whatever comes out and try my best to get it down in tab or on record.
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#44642 - 12/06/10 12:14 AM Re: Musicians [Re: PeteOfTheDead]
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Drummer for a long time, 20+ years. Just getting back into more playing recently after quite awhile off doing other things... Played out and about in the NY scene, mostly hard rock/metal, longest stint with a female fronted glam/pop metal band in the 80s called Original Sin ;\)
Now working on electronic music when I have time and restoring a monster Ludwig Vistalite kit similar to what I used to play way back when.
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#44646 - 12/06/10 02:35 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Master Magick]
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Magic:

Being an oldies DJ, I've heard of two ORIGINAL SINS groups, both now defunct, that would fit that description. Were you a member of:

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http...ved=0CCYQ9QEwAg

or possibly:

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http...ved=0CCgQ9QEwAw
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#46626 - 01/12/11 10:04 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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Music is basically my life.

I`ve been playing drums for about 13-14 years, and currently I`m involved in Cleaver, a old school extreme metal band, Chton, death metal, and Tellus Requiem , which is something I would call melodic prog metal.
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#48543 - 02/10/11 05:16 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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I am a musician also. I have played guitar since 2003, Bass since 2006, harmonica since 2000. and I also sing. Music is in my heart, I love it
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#48907 - 02/16/11 12:53 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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I play drums dude! I play rockabilly!
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#49130 - 02/18/11 11:45 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Oxus]
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I compose what could be called music, but I prefer to describe my compositions as anti-art.

I am not part of a contemporary black metal scene, so I really don’t care for what others portray as black metal. It would be unnatural for me to identify with those who like to associate themselves, their persona, with the allure of darkness surrounding Satanism without actually being Sinister in real life. That which is portrayed by black metal scene persons and their pretentious works is of no concern to me. Black metal is, and always has been underground, thus it obscures itself by it's own false reputation.
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#52737 - 04/12/11 04:40 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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Yes!

I play drums/percussion. I played Symphonic/concert band all throughout my formative years in school. I am , as of the last year, starting to play the saxophone. Alto to be exact.

I can read music. I can play marching/pipeband drums, hand drums, and program drum machines. The drum machine accompanies my samplers apparent disregard for others hearing or tolerance. Or is that mine?

Everything from Alfred Schnittke, Shoenburg, Miles Davis, Morbid Angel, Emperor, Pink Floyd, and everything that is pretty much under the general label of "music."

I have a penchant for Industrial/noise, Jazz(mainly bebop, but who doesn't love Ellington?), Punk (Black Flag, Minor threat,Discharge, Misfits, Spazz) and even minimalist drone music, ala SunnO))).

I listen to music everyday, and try to pick others brains on what/why they listen to certain music.

Especially interesting is linking that with style. A lot of base people I meet tend to listen to it for "background."

How can Miles Davis "Kind of Blue" be background?

How can My life with the thrill Kill Cult's early music be background, with it's wonderful samples and supreme orchestration?

How can Alfred Schnittkes "Concerta Grossi 1&5" be background.

I shall stop typing, as to not go on at length.
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#52738 - 04/12/11 04:41 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Extrinsic]
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Sorry for my lengthy post...
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#52739 - 04/12/11 04:52 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Extrinsic]
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I have been playing the drums for almost five years now. When I lived in Nashville, I got a minor sponsorship with ddrum. After I moved I kinda lost touch with my drums and have not played in six months. So I guess you can say I have been playing the drums for four and a half years ha
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#52742 - 04/12/11 05:31 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Extrinsic]
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Good good, do you know other classical composers that create dissonant and stimulating pieces like of Alfred Schnittke?

I appreciate and create minimalist black metal/noise, dark ambient styles and I look for classical compositions which capture a black atmosphere through dissonance, and yet I have not much knowledge at all about the classical side of music, it was off by chance that I came across Alfred Schnittke and Penderecki. I can't seem to get anything that is as stimulating classical wise compared to these two, I type keywords i.e. dissonance, atonal, cacophonous, etc. but maybe you can list some finds that are in line with the frenzied black atmosphere I have pointed to?
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#52751 - 04/12/11 07:06 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Hegesias]
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 Originally Posted By: Hegesias
Maybe you can list some finds that are in line with the frenzied black atmosphere I have pointed to?


Dear Hegesias.

You might wanna check out this; Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta by Béla Bartók.

I would like to recommend the 1958 recording by Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
One of the most important pieces of music in my life.
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#52983 - 04/15/11 09:29 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Oxus]
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im a Rapper, Probably the First LaVeyan Satanist Rapper in the world! i dont know if you accept Rappers as Musicians!
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#52989 - 04/15/11 10:02 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lil Rag]
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I've always liked rap-- the oldschool variety that was innovative and adversarial. Nowadays most rappers simply ape the popular drivel such as Lil Wayne and are more concerned with conforming to a crowd than exchanging dynamic ideas and new sounds. There are some noteworthy contemporary artists that still push the limits though; the group 'Dalek' comes to mind.

I think one of the folks over at the Satanic Reds did rap... Either way, 'Satanic Rap' is a pretty undercontributed genre. Do you have any links or examples of your work?
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#52992 - 04/15/11 11:28 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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I’ve always had a hard time calling rappers “musicians”, but if they are innovative with their craft as The Zebu previously explained, then I have no problem with calling them “artists”. Any sort of invocative, thoughtful manipulation of aural or visual stimuli could be considered art in some context. Rap necessitates digital production knowledge/application which, when done with heart and passion, can very well turn out to be something new and exciting much like playing an instrument a certain way. But if one has no natural or trained musical skill either with their voice or an instrument then I personally can’t call them “musicians”. Obviously that doesn’t mean you can’t compete in the music industry. Leigh Bowery wasn’t a singer or musician per sey, however his band, Minty, was absolutely brilliant in my opinion!

Carry on and create!
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#52993 - 04/15/11 12:39 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Mitch Koch]
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I've liked some rap, but there is a lot of crap out there. Stringing words together does not a "musician" make... but like Mitch, I have no problem calling them artists. Rather than musicians, I think I could categorize rappers as "Rhythmic Lyricists."

If you are going to be a rapper and really want to be "different" and stand above the crowd, I would suggest you forsake the easy way out and bring the "art" into a new level where you don't rely on the lowest denominators... hos and gats and dope and bling. If you are going to be a LaVEYAN rapper... KNOW what LaVey's message was, his attitudes on things beyond the words of The Satanic Bible. Be true to the message.
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#53009 - 04/15/11 06:56 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Jake999]
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Jake's right, the Black Flame is all about personal Creation, being a musician has many tiers, some excel at Craft, they can reproduce already known musical paradigms effectively by understanding the formula, then there are Artists, that are usually not as technically inclined (though there have/are been plenty of virtuosos that were/are Artists).

Musicians create music, artists Create themselves over & over again. I had the opportunity to record a few guitar tracks for Daryll D.M.C. on a recent recording session and he is a great Artist, very much deep in the process of production techniques and making great use of today's technology.

I've been a musician/composer for over 30 yrs and it was recently during my 2yr affiliation with the ToS that I found an artistically creative outlet for My Self to be heard. For this satori if you will, I am extremely grateful to have been a member.

Now, go listen to my self-indulgent musiq!

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#53013 - 04/15/11 07:32 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Lil Rag]
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Here's a Satanic rapper from L.A. who has been at it for a while:

Knife Sotelo

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#53014 - 04/15/11 07:34 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Jackshyte]
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And here is a link to my brand of extreme oddity:

Feralbeest


Edited by Jackshyte (04/15/11 07:35 PM)

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#53024 - 04/16/11 06:46 AM Re: Musicians [Re: The Zebu]
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 Originally Posted By: The Zebu
I've always liked rap-- the oldschool variety that was innovative and adversarial. Nowadays most rappers simply ape the popular drivel such as Lil Wayne and are more concerned with conforming to a crowd than exchanging dynamic ideas and new sounds. There are some noteworthy contemporary artists that still push the limits though; the group 'Dalek' comes to mind.

I think one of the folks over at the Satanic Reds did rap... Either way, 'Satanic Rap' is a pretty undercontributed genre. Do you have any links or examples of your work?


Yes Of Course, Here's my Latest Track Called "Rap Devil" it is something against Christian Rap & Muslim Rap

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=980721&songID=10505056
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#53025 - 04/16/11 06:50 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Jake999]
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 Originally Posted By: Jake999
I've liked some rap, but there is a lot of crap out there. Stringing words together does not a "musician" make... but like Mitch, I have no problem calling them artists. Rather than musicians, I think I could categorize rappers as "Rhythmic Lyricists."

If you are going to be a rapper and really want to be "different" and stand above the crowd, I would suggest you forsake the easy way out and bring the "art" into a new level where you don't rely on the lowest denominators... hos and gats and dope and bling. If you are going to be a LaVEYAN rapper... KNOW what LaVey's message was, his attitudes on things beyond the words of The Satanic Bible. Be true to the message.


Yes Actually i do not Rap About Hoes Gats & Etc. my Lyrics are Really Rude, Rapping About Torture, Blood, Gore, Murdering & Genocide!
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#53026 - 04/16/11 06:56 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Jackshyte]
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 Originally Posted By: Jackshyte
Here's a Satanic rapper from L.A. who has been at it for a while:

Knife Sotelo


Also Like i told you there are Many Satanic Rapper Out There, But They Are Not "LaVeyan Satanist" we have a Genre in Hip Hop called "Horrorcore" and That's Completely Satanic but doesn't mean its LaVeyan! there was also a horrorcore rapper from Virginia or West Virginia who went into the church and murdered many people and then rapped about it! and now he's in Prison, and everybody thought he was a Satanist while he was mentaly ill!
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#53033 - 04/16/11 11:02 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lil Rag]
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 Originally Posted By: Lil Rag
[quote=Jake999]
Yes Actually i do not Rap About Hoes Gats & Etc. my Lyrics are Really Rude, Rapping About Torture, Blood, Gore, Murdering & Genocide!


And this is LaVEYAN exactly how? Having been a Satanist since the early 1970s and a member of the Church of Satan and a member of the Church of Santan's Administration, these are not LaVeyan values. You can call yourself a LaVeyan, Processean, Setian or anything you want, but unless you apply and exemplify the values of the system you presume to champion, you're just another schmuck.
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#53093 - 04/18/11 07:00 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Jake999]
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 Originally Posted By: Jake999
 Originally Posted By: Lil Rag
[quote=Jake999]
Yes Actually i do not Rap About Hoes Gats & Etc. my Lyrics are Really Rude, Rapping About Torture, Blood, Gore, Murdering & Genocide!


And this is LaVEYAN exactly how? Having been a Satanist since the early 1970s and a member of the Church of Satan and a member of the Church of Santan's Administration, these are not LaVeyan values. You can call yourself a LaVeyan, Processean, Setian or anything you want, but unless you apply and exemplify the values of the system you presume to champion, you're just another schmuck.


i am sorry but seems like you have been misunderstood! i am a laveyan satanist but my songs are not about being laveyan! it has nothing to do with laveyan Satanism! its all about me! i made something new in hip hop and thats it! thats my style i didnt say "my songs are about my religion" i think those who rap or sing about religion are completely NUTS! my songs are my songs, my belief is my belief, and i dont want to mix them! i hope you understand my friend.
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#53101 - 04/18/11 10:41 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Lil Rag]
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Actually, Knife is a LaVeyan Satanist through and through, and he raps about it.
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#53111 - 04/18/11 12:35 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Jackshyte]
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People may correct me but wasn't knife above all a moron?

That he raps is quite trivial to that.

D.

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#53113 - 04/18/11 12:42 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Diavolo]
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 Originally Posted By: Diavolo
People may correct me but wasn't knife above all a moron?

That he raps is quite trivial to that.

D.



LOL! I was just going to post something along those lines, D. And if I recall, his "rapping" was missing a c.
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#53122 - 04/18/11 10:00 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Jake999]
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 Originally Posted By: Jake999
 Originally Posted By: Diavolo
People may correct me but wasn't knife above all a moron?

That he raps is quite trivial to that.

D.



LOL! I was just going to post something along those lines, D. And if I recall, his "rapping" was missing a c.

Having a "myspace music" page should've been the first clue I picked up on, but I tried to listen to Knife's *cough*music*cough* anyway. I think my 9 year old nephew could do a better job - and the little metalhead hates rap.
Contrived, uninspired. I kept skipping to the next song thinking it might get better. No such luck.
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#53126 - 04/19/11 05:06 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Jake999]
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yup! agree. his Flow was complete Bullsh*t! he must change his style, he doesnt have any good future if he continue like this!

Edited by Lil Rag (04/19/11 05:09 AM)
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#54495 - 05/16/11 01:13 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Hegesias]
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Good good, do you know other classical composers that create dissonant and stimulating pieces like of Alfred Schnittke?


If you want dissonance, check out the following:

Iannis Xenakis (Metastasis, Pithoprakta, etc.)
Gyorgy Ligeti
Arnold Schönberg (anything after 1920 or so; Schönberg himself did not entirely care for the term "atonal". He preferred the term "pandiatonicism")
George Crumb (Black Angels, for electric string quartet)
George Rochberg
Alban Berg
Charles Ives
Igor Stravinsky (Stravinsky went through a period of serial/atonal composition, but even his earlier works, like The Rite of Spring, are hallmarks of modern composition)
Pierre Boulez (personally, I find some of what I've heard to be unsatisfactory; his piano sonatas, especially, seem to be the aural equivalent of pointillism in visual art: short staccato gestures interspersed with silence)

This is just a handful to get you started. A bit of personal advice: don't ignore the tonal works of earlier composers, nor the early tonal works of composers who later relied more and more on unresolved dissonance and lack of tonal center in their music. Schönberg, for example, essentially the father of atonality (though the true spiritual grandfathers in that respect were Carlo Gesualdo, Franz Liszt and Richard Wagner), began his work as a tonal composer. His "Verklärte Nacht" (Transfigured Night), and string sextet, is dark, beautiful, and dissonant. Also, Dmitri Shostakovich, a personal favorite of mine, worked within a tonal framework throughout his life; however, he wrote some wonderful music, both dark and oppressive, but also lyrical and filled with terrible beauty and pathos. Shostakovich is somewhat of a special case. His earliest works, up to and including his opera "Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk", are some of his most adventurous. However, because he came to musical maturity around the same time that the Soviet regime was taking hold in Russia, Shostakovich's artistic freedoms were, shall we say, denied him. That's not to say that he never wrote an honest note after that; he began to rely on satire in his music to mock the very officials who mandated his methods of composition. In addition, his most honest works from this period are probably his string quartets, especially those from the mid-1930s and onward. These were never intended for public performance, so he felt more free to express himself honestly in these works. I would recommend the String Quartet no. 8.
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#55346 - 06/01/11 03:49 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Lamar]
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 Originally Posted By: Lamar
Do we have any musicians amongst us? Music is my passion, it's been apart of me for my entire lifespan. I am a drummer playing currently for 18 years. Any fellow drummers with us?


Hell yeah! Black metal musician from Norway here.
Main instrument guitar,second drums.

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#56713 - 07/11/11 07:41 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Oxus]
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I currently play bass. I own a BC Rich I.C.S. Vortex Signature 4-String model. I haven't been playing long, as I transitioned from guitar. But I'm doing a hell of a lot better on bass. \:\)
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#56753 - 07/13/11 08:45 AM Re: Musicians [Re: LeftHandOvGod]
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I currently Drum. Been drumming for about 3 years, basic 5 piece kit with a cheap china cymbal. Not pro at it, but I can make some rockin ass beats.
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#59546 - 09/27/11 10:25 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Managor]
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I've been playing instruments since the age of five, but the last couple of years I've been really enjoying myself playing the guitar and bass. I am the proud owner of an Ibanez RG1527 (7 string) and an Ibanez DN500 .

I like playing various styles of music such as metal, blues, rock 'n roll, etc. It just really depends on my mood.
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#59547 - 09/27/11 10:43 AM Re: Musicians [Re: Daafje666]
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I've been playing guitar for maybe two years. Unfortunately I'm not near the standard I want to be (which is obviously where a lot of practice comes in).

I just got the new addition to the guitar family yesterday - a secondhand Gibson Epiphone I picked up from a local pawn shop. Beyond that I have an ESP M-10 electric guitar and a Cort acoustic which both play nicely.

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#61989 - 11/29/11 12:36 AM Re: Musicians [Re: GeorgeDeadson]
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 Originally Posted By: GeorgeDeadson
I play drums dude! I play rockabilly!


I was going to read the whole thread first before replying, but I had to quote a fellow rockabilly drummer.

I play in a couple rockabilly bands, have a few recordings out, and also play in a couple rhythm n blues groups. I also started a 9 piece roots Jamaican band (rocksteady, early reggae, calypso).

Love drumming, just trying to practice as much as possible without bothering the neighbours.

I've been drumming for about 12 years, and I've started learning piano too. I absolutely love it. I'm writing music and singing and recording it too with my friends. It's really great having a second less serious instrument!

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#65492 - 03/16/12 06:23 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Oxus]
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I have played guitar almost 5 years by now.
And I also had palyed drums and bass something like 2 years.

Also playing in two bands:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52S2gaaFepU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGyzkPRjqXE&list=UUCsdb_V-ggea_3xbwkrGefQ&index=4&feature=plcp

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#75149 - 02/10/13 05:09 PM Re: Musicians [Re: Tapio Salmela]
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I started to play violin when I was 8 and has been playing bass and guitar for almost 7 years now.
I used to play in a band but we had to split up because of school and studies unfortunately.
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