- Nov 11, 2019
8ths don't really create tension though, that's an octave so that's more like the going back home note iThe things I like about creating tension, is that, for example, you create tension and that makes you feel weird and disconfortable and then you play a "beautiful note" that makes you feel good and relaxed again. @Ids Schiere Personally I love 4ths, 5ths, and 8ths to create beautiful sounds, but I also love 6ths 7ths and 3ths to create weird things. Tension is an amazing thing
If you pick the right notes in your soul let stops you can create tension. So yes you are correct. I feel like most double stops kinda make me expect more to come after it so It generally is a tension tool for me.How i can create tension using double stops?, will work using the 4th and the 5th? or just using the 4th and the 6th at the same time?
Well depends what notes you're linking. You could link a safe note with tense ones and go that route. Or go super tense. Theres even more tension that way. You could do anything with double stops.How i can create tension using double stops?, will work using the 4th and the 5th? or just using the 4th and the 6th at the same time?
At this point I'm guessing you got those patterns down so when you focus more on your melody (which you already do very well) the patterns will help you connect the dots without thinking. Basically you'll be thinking ok where doni wanna go from here and then patterns will connect those dots for you without you even knowing.Alright.....hold up....Did PG just say Ghost chords? This is taking things to a whole other level.
When it comes to creating tension I must admit that I still really need to play with my ear. Less pattern obsessed and more melody obsessed.