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neomass1  
17 Jun 2011 03:27 | Quote
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I can't believe I didn't think of sharing this band with you before!

Their name is Caravan Palace, you may know them.




They are one of the funnest bands ever! in my book. I got back into them just the other day and felt like showing them to you. Every member is beyond talented.





thatguitarguy  
17 Jun 2011 09:25 | Quote
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cool stuff. I really like that vocal effect in the second vid.
neomass1  
17 Jun 2011 22:57 | Quote
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Electronic Jazz man it really cool!
tinyskateboard  
18 Jun 2011 01:03 | Quote
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Thanks for the recommend! I found them available on Canadian itunes.
gshredder2112  
18 Jun 2011 01:10 | Quote
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+(rwj-troll voice) Gaay!
(normal voice) Just playing,in all seriousness,very cool songs,good post.

M/(*-+)
gs2112
tinyskateboard  
20 Jun 2011 21:43 | Quote
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When you play with a clarinet, do you always have to be in Bb?
AlexB  
20 Jun 2011 21:48 | Quote
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Very interesting!
V3N0M3333  
20 Jun 2011 22:42 | Quote
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@tsb if im not mistaken...i think that thats the way they are tuned...and it makes Bb the most comfortable key to play in. u know like how standard tuning on a guitar is most comfortable for E, A, and D.


but this is only what I(emphasis) think...you should disregard this because im a strings person and im not too into playing any other category of instruments so i dont know lol
GuitarGeorge  
21 Jun 2011 06:13 | Quote
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tinyskateboard says:
When you play with a clarinet, do you always have to be in Bb?
No, all the name Bb clarinet says really is that the clarinet is a transposing instrument. Which means that if the clarinetist sees a C on a sheet (s)he plays a note which on a piano (or guitar) is a Bb. So the clarinet transposes all notes down a major second. If you ask a clarinetist to play a G, you'll get an F. If you ask for an F you get an Eb and so on... Check out Wikipedia on transposing instruments for more info!
V3N0M3333  
21 Jun 2011 10:54 | Quote
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@george thats called concert right??
GuitarGeorge  
21 Jun 2011 12:28 | Quote
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V3N0M3333 says:
thats called concert right??

If you ask a clarinetist to play a concert F, he will play his G and it will sound just like an F on a guitar.

The term 'concert pitch', however, indicates the pitch an orchestra is tuned after. Common concert pitch today is 'A4 = 440Hz'.

I hope that answered your question... :)
harleyofdoom  
21 Jun 2011 14:53 | Quote
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Its like if Django Reinhardt formed the Hot Club now instead of in 1934. love it.
V3N0M3333  
21 Jun 2011 21:19 | Quote
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ok i get it george thanks :)

i dont know how in the world you know the frequency, but thats cool


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