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Interesting CT Book on Music Theory
04-12-2015, 01:42 AM
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can you believe it? you need a license in a few states to practice "music therapy"

lmfao @ this.
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04-12-2015, 03:35 AM
Post: #17
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listen to the tritone yourself. it's a disgusting tone IMO. it's great for building up tension to get a resolution, but i don't get why this guy is claiming it's sacred

Quote:Over the course of music history one thing has remained constant – the tritone. From
Pythagoras to present day, the tritone interval has always played a central role in the development
of Western music and society. Whether in the geometry of the Greek modes, omission by Church
law, rediscovery in European diatonic music, generalization into a chromatic duality or its rise
into popular American Jazz and pop, the tritone has remained the most mysterious, the most
feared and the most powerful musical force in Western civilization. As the force of symmetry and
harmonic function in music, the Tritone Function oscillates around the golden ratios in a diatonic
scale, mending the gaps in an octave as if it were a musical sewing machine. When allowed, the
Tritone Function will always reveal the symmetry of counter posing golden ratios

also my own discovery.. if you do the devil handsign, it corresponds exactly to the tritone of g natural to b natural.
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04-12-2015, 03:50 AM
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he was interviewed by red ice:



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04-12-2015, 08:31 AM
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I saw that. I didn't click it. The guy appears to run a successful tech company in Texas.
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04-12-2015, 09:14 AM
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I stayed up way too late last night reading this, and missed the stupid Crocop Fight this morning!

So far he's not saying the Tritone itself sounds good. He went through the classic story of Pythagoras designing a Lyre tuning system, he reached near perfection with simple 3:2 and 4:3 and 5:4 ratios, but every time he tried to eliminate the ugly 7:5 ratio (Tritone) another more complex one would spring up (25:18). He nearly drove himself insane trying to rectify this.

To Pythagoras and his students the inability to 'close the circle' with a system of simple ratio's revealed a fundamental flaw in nature. The called this crack the natural schism. It was like opening Pandora's Box on their Mathematical Worldview.
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04-13-2015, 08:35 AM
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(04-12-2015 01:42 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  can you believe it? you need a license in a few states to practice "music therapy"

lmfao @ this.

Some states require schooling and licensing to do interior design/feng shui. The ultimate reason for this is so that politically connected businesses can choke off the supply of the service so that they can charge a higher price. They always try to justify it as consumer protection but it's really just mercantilism.
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03-28-2016, 02:44 PM
Post: #22
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3 tones and a half or perfect fifth has a mantra quality to it? I've always loved the harmonized vocals of Cantrell and Layne Staley (now Will DuVall).



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03-28-2016, 03:14 PM
Post: #23
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the perfect fifth is more consonant compared to other intervals

it's still off tune in an equal tempered system by about 2 cents or 2/100th of a semitone
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03-28-2016, 03:26 PM
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(04-13-2015 08:35 AM)Count Iblis Wrote:  
(04-12-2015 01:42 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  can you believe it? you need a license in a few states to practice "music therapy"

lmfao @ this.

Some states require schooling and licensing to do interior design/feng shui. The ultimate reason for this is so that politically connected businesses can choke off the supply of the service so that they can charge a higher price. They always try to justify it as consumer protection but it's really just mercantilism.


you shouldn't need a license to do anything that can't cause harm to a person.

for example if you want to be a barber, all you would need to do is to take a 1 day class on how to prevent cutting the ear and scalp. that's it. if you suck at cutting hair you will lose business simple as that. Free market at work.

if you want to open a restaurant, you just pass a food safety course and off you go. if you want to sell alcohol in your restaurant you should be FREE TO DO SO.. UNTIL someone causes TWABLE in your place too many times due to getting drunk. At that time you should get your license taken away for 3 months.

it is totally ridiculous how they require you to get licenses for everything. it's insane.

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03-28-2016, 03:29 PM
Post: #25
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wrong thread but yeah.

they wouldn't give you this technology if it could actually empower you.

smartphones are being used to create a lemming society. the smartphone controls you and recommends where to go. they can control the direction of society with these things.

it also takes out the element of surprise in life.. making everything more predictable.

it's good to get lost sometimes. some of the coolest places/restaurants I've found in my life were found when I got lost without any GPS or nav
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03-28-2016, 03:31 PM
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moved that post to the proper thread.
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03-28-2016, 03:40 PM
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2. Perception of Music is NOT Culturally Relative. The idea that basic perception is culturally relative has been purposefully done to obscure basic operating principles of nature. Awareness is created by a field effect of sensory input resonating (matching) the physical structures of brain tissue, which cause pattern-recognition that our conscious mind can process and categorize.

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this is a good point. even dogs and plants react to classical music in a positive way. when I play piano my dog enjoys it, esp. certain keys like D Major.

Music is wave transmissions into your tissue. it could probably work as some type of therapy since vibrations can potentially change cellular potential

most people listen to demonic music.. ie many forms of electronic house music/rock music etc.

some classical is demonic too believe it or not.

but pieces like Pachalbel's Canon are some of the best out there for music therapy, which explains why it's universally loved. I have never heard anyone say the canon in D is bad. never ever.

Plato was totally right about music having the potential to change society or cause revolution. the Catholic Church used sacred polyphony against the NWO. the Russian govt. uses the bell to spook the anglo-zionists.
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03-28-2016, 06:42 PM
Post: #28
RE: Interesting CT Book on Music Theory
(03-28-2016 03:26 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
(04-13-2015 08:35 AM)Count Iblis Wrote:  
(04-12-2015 01:42 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  can you believe it? you need a license in a few states to practice "music therapy"

lmfao @ this.

Some states require schooling and licensing to do interior design/feng shui. The ultimate reason for this is so that politically connected businesses can choke off the supply of the service so that they can charge a higher price. They always try to justify it as consumer protection but it's really just mercantilism.


you shouldn't need a license to do anything that can't cause harm to a person.

for example if you want to be a barber, all you would need to do is to take a 1 day class on how to prevent cutting the ear and scalp. that's it. if you suck at cutting hair you will lose business simple as that. Free market at work.

if you want to open a restaurant, you just pass a food safety course and off you go. if you want to sell alcohol in your restaurant you should be FREE TO DO SO.. UNTIL someone causes TWABLE in your place too many times due to getting drunk. At that time you should get your license taken away for 3 months.

it is totally ridiculous how they require you to get licenses for everything. it's insane.
You didn't take a food safety course to cook food for your children at your house. Why would you need one to cook food for other people who you're relying on to pay your bills?

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03-28-2016, 08:36 PM
Post: #29
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^ a 3 day to 1 week course in the proper handling of food is not too much ask and is not overreaching.

plus you're cooking food for strangers so it makes some sense to take a simple course.

it's not really high priority any ways. i could do without any restriction.
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03-28-2016, 08:40 PM
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^ a 3 day to 1 week course in the proper handling of food is not too much ask and is not overreaching.

plus you're cooking food for strangers so it makes some sense to take a simple course.

it's not really high priority any ways. i could do without any restriction.
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