Guitar Messages by Robert Silvia

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  1. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 13 Hits · 7/10/2001 2:48 AM
    <a href="">Find out here.</a> It's says I'm a firesnake... I could have sworn I was a watersnake though oh well...
  2. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 16 Hits · 7/10/2001 2:30 AM
    There (like many things in music) is more then one definition for middle C. The middle C you are referring to is the Music Score Middle C, which resides in between the two scores (Bass and Treble). The music score middle also contently matches t...(more)
  3. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Equipment Forum · 27 Hits · 7/9/2001 11:05 PM
    Doug look at who posted the message originally hehe
  4. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 22 Hits · 7/9/2001 10:13 PM
    Speaking of Chinese Ive always wonder if your Nick has anything to do with the Chinese Zodiac. Before I started my profile that I use on this (my name) I was going to use my Nick WaterSnake but then I saw yours and decided to stay with my name.
  5. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 21 Hits · 7/9/2001 9:28 PM
    Maciek look at my second example... it's the same note just on 5 strings... it also happens to be the Guitars middle C. So that means that there are 5 middle C's on the guitar. So yes I am positive that the guitar has 5 middle C's, you just poin...(more)
  6. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 50 Hits · 7/9/2001 8:43 PM
    Umm not sure what your asking but all music written on a staff is played an octive higher on the guitar. Why? Because the guitars middle C is an octive higher then a piano, so if we were to write it as it is it 75% of the score wouldnt even be ...(more)
  7. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 27 Hits · 7/9/2001 3:26 AM
    Holy shiat dude! I started a post like this once but I stopped and deleted the post when I got to the Jazz chords like C Sus7 = BbMaj7/C... theres so many possibilities. If I get a free hour or two (hehe) Ill see what I can add to it.
  8. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Instructional Forum · 23 Hits · 7/9/2001 2:05 AM
    This is my personal method, I have other ways of doing them but this what I do to get a Pinch Harmonic 100% of them time. You need at least a heavy pick but the thicker the better. Get the pick between you fingers so just little bit of the tip...(more)
  9. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Instructional Forum · 25 Hits · 7/6/2001 8:01 PM
    Woops I just assumed there was only one place producing throat singers like that. I have Civilization Phaze III; Ive only listen to it twice Ill give it another try sometime this weekend to see if I can hear what youre talking about.
  10. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 36 Hits · 7/6/2001 1:35 PM
    I think Doug would win even if I were right. My theoretical definition is sound and is used by Pianist, Choir, and Jazz quartets just to name a few but the composer does not have to worry about what voicings are possible on their instrument. D...(more)
  11. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 19 Hits · 7/6/2001 4:44 AM
    Well yes and no... I know this is confusing. Theoretically no isnt because B (the tenor) is within and octave of G (The Soprano) But just like Doug said These are just technical definitions though... the basic idea is the relative closeness of...(more)
  12. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 15 Hits · 7/6/2001 4:28 AM
    Glad you brought that up; wow it is late here (4:20 am). Actually my chords in my last post were all closed (Going by theory). Soprano Highest Voice Alto Second highest voice Tenor Middle Range voice Bass Lowest voice cho|8|7|10|x|8|x|T...(more)
  13. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 21 Hits · 7/6/2001 3:35 AM
    ahh you beat me too it.. hehe
  14. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Theory Forum · 21 Hits · 7/6/2001 3:33 AM
    Ill explain using examples first. cho|x|x|11|10|9|8|C Maj7 - Closed|cho cho|8|x|9|9|8|x|C Maj7 - Open|cho cho|x|x|11|10|9|9|C - Closed|cho cho|8|10|10|9|x|x|C - Open|cho <br /><br />  <br /><br />  <br /><br />  Notice that in the close voi...(more)
  15. Robert Silvia (1575)
    WholeNote Forum · 24 Hits · 7/6/2001 12:11 AM
    I agree with you, thats why I keep away from those discussions (Not to mention my views are radical). But I also understand why they talk about the other things on this message board. I have not in my entire life come across a group as well rou...(more)
  16. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Instructional Forum · 25 Hits · 7/5/2001 10:13 PM
    One thing that I have always seen associated with perfect pitch is age, and it has been proven that in our youth we are capable of learning things far quicker then as adults. So its quite possible that in our youth we have the ability to achieve...(more)
  17. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Instructional Forum · 28 Hits · 7/5/2001 8:32 PM
    ahh... ok it makes sense to me now we just had different ideas of what perfect pitch is. Ive always considered perfect pitch as being able to recall a note form memory in any shape or form and discriminating interval difference and chord types a...(more)
  18. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Instructional Forum · 17 Hits · 7/5/2001 12:23 PM
    Now that's something I can agree with, is it worth the time to develop perfect pitch (I dont think so ether)? I agree relative pitch to me is much more important.
  19. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Instructional Forum · 22 Hits · 7/5/2001 12:15 PM
    Charles, What research are you referring too; I would like to read it. I do know of research done at two independent universities that have shown results that it possible to achieve Absolute Pitch. But first let me define what I consider perf...(more)
  20. Robert Silvia (1575)
    Instructional Forum · 27 Hits · 7/5/2001 3:45 AM
    I couldn't totally disagree more with you Charles. If you believe that you cannot get perfect pitch how can that be achieved even if it were possible, bad attitude results in bad results.