Can someone please help ID The chords and if possible the notes in the arpeggio?

Discussion in 'how to make "that" sound' started by Savannah, Apr 26, 2019.

  1. Savannah

    Savannah Newbie

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    I think I've got the chords figured out now, so the real mystery is the notes of that arp.

    Here's the link

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  3. exr777

    exr777 Producer

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    A B E A E A B A E
     
  4. Savannah

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    It should look something like this... your midi notes don't match what exr777 already gave you, hope this helps visually :wink:
     

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    * also please notice the slight timing change near the end :yes:
     
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  8. blaqmatic

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    For the most part those notes stated above are on point. What's missing is the passing tones on a few motif's...Bb, F, Gb, Ab
     

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  9. Savannah

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    Thank you! I'm very much a novice at all this music production stuff, could you perhaps upload the midi?
     
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    You're welcome @Savannah. Also welcome to the Audiosex community as well! Unfortunately, I'm en route to a session or else no problem.
    But I gave you the road map...take the time to analyze and "play" the notes. I'm sure you can figure it. Plus, that's the best way to learn!

    "Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime".

    1 question though...since it is harder most times for beginners to pick out Chords rather than single notes...How did you find the chords?
     
  11. Savannah

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    Thanks regardless I'll upload a midi of what I got in a bit. As for how I got the chords. I looked on youtube for a video on synthesia lol. Unfortunately there isn't anything that shows how the arp goes.

    Edit: Here's what I have
    https://www5.zippyshare.com/v/6vhfKvnr/file.html

    I am very intrigued by the motif's you speak of, In the original audio Its really hard to hear with the delay's and effects on there
     
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  12. rhythmatist

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    Melodyne is very good at analyzing and displaying notes, among other things it does well.:bow::drummer:
     
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