Who likes changing time signatures

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Líder: pacothe27th
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Creado el: 17 Mar 2010
A group for people who like music that constantly changes time singatures or uses complex time signatures throughout songs, or at least rhythmically complex music.

If anyone somehow stumbles upon this group, please let me know of any bands you think would fit in the connected artists and give me examples, because I would love to add them, and to hear some new music. If you have problems with a certain band being in the connected artists (most likely Radiohead), that you feel that they aren't rhythmically complex enough, go ahead and tell me, because I love arguing.

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  • Mag1ne

    Please add Hella

    7 Feb 2014 Responder
  • KazerPowa

    Why isn't Venetian Snares here?

    19 Dic 2012 Responder
  • pacothe27th

    Such as?

    22 May 2011 Responder
  • postmortemdecay

    What about a lot of Metal? Deathcore and Death Metal?

    22 Abr 2011 Responder
  • googlefish53

    Add animal collective!

    15 Abr 2011 Responder
  • xSpiTx

    dumb argument (below)

    24 Dic 2010 Responder
  • SubUmbra

    Tempo = time in Italian. The suggested tempo of a composition is above the first note of music while the METER SIGNATURE is included in the actual staff. Hence they are different but I'm done arguing semantics with you.

    2 Sep 2010 Responder
  • pacothe27th

    What? I don't care if you and your professors think that time signatures are inaccurate, these bands change time signatures. That's why they are in this group, because they change time signatures. If meter signature is actually a different thing than time signature, which it isn't, then you can make a group for bands that change meter signatures. But the bands here change time signatures in the simplest of forms that it cannot be denied, and that has nothing to do with their tempo changes.

    31 Ago 2010 Responder
  • SubUmbra

    I don't need an explanation you dweeb, I have a degree in percussion performance. Many of my professors shared the same opinion that time signature is inaccurate and meter signature is more correct and appropriate. A measure of 4/4 can pass by in any amount of time (quantified by seconds/minutes/etc) but the METER is 4 and does NOT change no matter how much TIME has passed.

    16 Ago 2010 Responder
  • pacothe27th

    NO IT DOES NOT MAN! I know music theory, a time signature is how many beats per measure, simply that. A meter is another name for a time signature, and i'm pretty sure tempo refers to tempo. If you need a better explanation just look it up on wikipedia. But I know for sure that the bands here, such as The Mars Volta and Dillinger Escape Plan, do time signatures (or how many beats per measure) other than 4/4, 3/4, 6/8, 8/4, etc., which as defined by Music Theory, are complex time signatures.

    10 Ago 2010 Responder
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    5 Ago 2010 Responder
  • kacybraying

    Gotta get Maps & Atlases. And I Am Abomination.

    28 Jun 2010 Responder
  • pacothe27th

    Yeah come on man! I love between the buried and me! I'd shoot myself if I forgot them.

    23 Mar 2010 Responder