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Its easy to make experimental music, what is hard is to make something like Yesterday
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>>99702189
Based and truthpilled
99% of the time experimental is just a cope for a retard with synthesizers who can't write a song to save his life. 1% of the time experimental stuff works very well.
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experimentalfags BTFO
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It's also easy to make potboiler pop songs, while it's still hard to make something like Yesterday. Not sure how experimental differs from any other genre in this respect.
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/mu/ has no talent.
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>>99702189
I would say, In my Life, but i agree
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Yesterday is literally 1 repeating melody played on an acoustic guitar. If you know anything about composing you can write something like it as well. Not defending experimental by the way. The only music thats an impressive feat are prog pieces like Close To The Edge
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>>99703466
>The only music thats an impressive feat are prog pieces
>cites close to the edge
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>>99703474
>NOOOO WHY WOULD YOU CITE A WELL KNOWN SONG
piss off, point is close to the edge is alot more impressive than yesterday
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>>99703474
yeah it is impressive. Not the only piece of music considering jazz, fusion and classical exist but it;s still exceedingly impressive, stop being retarded
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Agreed that writing a perfect pop song requires a lot of talent, but Yesterday is a pretty basic song
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>>99703566
Basic != bad
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>>99703541
>Not the only piece of music considering jazz, fusion and classical exist but it;s still exceedingly impressive, stop being retarded
yeah, im always a bit hyperbole when i post here just because i can. But i will say Fusion is arguably a subgenre of prog
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>>99702189
>its easy to make music, but its hard to make good music

thanks for the amazing take anon
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>>99703466
Based retard.
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>>99703585
based braindead retard
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>>99703585
cope
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>>99703571
That's not at all what I was implying, I like Yesterday, but I don't think it's that impressive a feat of songwriting
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>>99703466
>If you know anything about composing you can write something like it as well.
Lol yeah, and anyone who learns sonata-allegro form can compose the first movement of Beethoven 5. After all it's just sonata-allegro with the world's simplest primary theme.
>The only music thats an impressive feat are prog pieces like Close To The Edge
After the sound and fury that was Schoenberg, Berg, Strauss, and Hindemith, Webern ended up having the greatest influence on postwar classical music. Great music is complex but not always complicated.
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>>99704098
>comparing beethoven 5 to fucking beatles
lmao
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>>99704346
Please point out the part where I compared the two
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>>99704346
>Beethoven 5
That one sucks. The dog died after the second movie I think
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>>99702189
Its easy to make “experimental music”
Its difficult to make GOOD “experimental music”
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>>99703466
Guaranteed replies
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Why are progfags so annoying?
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poptimist die
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>>99704509
Why are poptimists so annoying?



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