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    Oscillation Cycles

    [VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d5SCH0Umbs]YouTube - Ron Jarzombek - Oscillation Cycles[/VIDEO]

    Thank Mike for finding this one. It is completely whacked out, but I think I could mine it for some interesting riff ideas.
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    That's just the Schoenberg 12-tone technique.

    Twelve-tone technique - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Dodecaphony. What a cool word.

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    Wow, that's some great stuff. I'm pretty much the antithesis of Jarzombek. Sometimes I just tinker around with a bunch of random notes and chords until something catches my ear.

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    That's an interesting way of composing. I'll have to give it a try.

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    That was badass, I too am going to have to give that a try. I'm also going to need to pick up that DVD when it comes out.

    Does the tempo change when he goes backwards or is the note division just changing?

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    I can't wait for this DVD to come out. Ron is one of my musical heros.

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    Yeah as mentioned, this is Serialism on a smaller scale (Schoenberg's system). James showed me this vid yesterday and it gave me a lot of ideas for a track I'm currently working on, so I'll put this mentalism to good use myself

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