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Old 04-24-2015, 01:01 AM
GAR GAR is offline
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Default Re: epic similarities

Here too, in a couple spots. Mostly near the end, 2:20
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Old 04-24-2015, 05:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Purdie Shuffle View Post
LOL - We used to call that lick 'The Heavy Metal March!' Comes up alot in early metal music. I learned it in the 80's. Three groups of four stroke figures going into triplets. The whole thing is just broken-up triplets. You can play it hand to hand on the snare, or both hands playing the same thing/simultaneously between the snare and floor tom, you hammer out the 1/4 notes on the bass drum. It's a heavy 'walking' rhythm that can really drive the music if you keep it powerful and tight.

John
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The version of Child In Time from Made In Japan is way heavier than the one in the video. Really makes that triplet march sound huge.
Thanks Drumguy, I liked seeing the video.

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The ending rideout on Black Sabbath by Black Sabbath uses it too.

The riff itself probably comes from classical music or maybe traditional Spanish music.
Thanks for the input eamesuser!

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And the "Big O" loved it.....
I have always known that Syncopation as Bolero..
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Here too, in a couple spots. Mostly near the end, 2:20
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Ha ha, perfect guys! Thank you!
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Old 04-24-2015, 01:57 PM
Purdie Shuffle Purdie Shuffle is offline
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Default Re: epic similarities

It was a great question for a thread! I knew it was used a lot in metal music, but seeing these videos, now I realize it was used way more often than I thought!

March out!

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