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Guitar track screw up in forsaker???

Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by nat0, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. nat0

    nat0 Member

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    It sounds like one of the guitarists played a note too sharp by mistake at 1:49, on this youtube video its 1:50:
    right when jonas says snowfall.

    you would think they would have noticed??
     
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    Uh, no.

    Edit: As opposed to what they play at the 31 sec mark at 1:49 it's actually lower octaves of D#.
     
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    Can't hear anything wrong at all.
     
  5. Brave.Archangel

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    nope. maybe you're just hearing all the layered guitar tracks; that might give an out of tune effect cuz there are couple notes playing at once
     
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    I just listened to it twice and didn't hear anything odd. I think they probably would have noticed it because I know what I hear when I mix and master my own music. I listen to the shit out of it. But ya never know... I hear mistakes in music from time to time.
     
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    It took a couple of listenings but i can hear it when i listen in my phones, like a distorted chord very low in the background that lasts for a very short time
     
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    It's not after he says snowfall, it's in the same moment he says it.
     
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    Hmmmmmmm. I put the phones on and listened several times and still can't hear it. That doesn't mean it isn't there though. I just can't seem to hear it. If it is really there than I am seriously envious of your hearing. *no sarcasm*.
     
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    Yeah I can hear it, does sound like a bit of a muff.
     
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    It sounds much more noticeable at 1:49 then 31 seconds.
     
  12. nat0

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    well i just thought it would be interesting to post cause it really doesn't seem right to my ear, its definately disharmonic but whether its intentional or not im not sure. at 31 secs it doesnt sound the same as 1:49.
     
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    Yep, all it is is the note clashing with the keys or some other note that is played that second time around that isn't in the first time.
     
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    I agree with Amy-Selic. That is how I hear it as well.
     
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    It's trademark Fredrik Norman discordance isn't it?
     
  16. FlawedCoil82

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    Wow, I wish I could describe music with that same type of clarity. :loco: I can love and appreciate music but I cannot create it or describe it to save my life.
    Jack
     

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