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A little slower than what I had. But that's pretty much it. Still hold that there's not much to say from it.

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Needs more distortion and rawness to be good.

Also needs to be played on 7-string guitar plugged in a whammy.

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I'm not hearing it besides it just being two string sections playing simple lines at a moderate tempo.

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Darnu will act soon, I'm sure

 

No doubt, haha! :)

 

Well, another person made it with better sound already, but here it is my version. We don't know the real tempo, so I set it to 100bpm just because.

 

https://soundcloud.com/darnu/muse-string-score-2014

 

Also, I did this yesterday. What do you think? I think that the first option could be way close. We'll see in the future...

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqyeSMRfNrM

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Vocals part was really off. Fast drum beat I liked. Some crazy fill stuff would make for an interesting piece.

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I wonder how that previous instagram video (with the drums and matt playing, muted) would fit with those strings

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I don't know why anyone else thinks this but I'm still on the Citizen Erased II team.

 

 

http://instagram.com/p/wrt_87HXQk/

 

It's simply far too similar for me to think otherwise.

 

 

There is a similarity.

 

It,s beautiful... but it,s too short.

I wish we could hear more.

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No doubt, haha! :)

 

Well, another person made it with better sound already, but here it is my version. We don't know the real tempo, so I set it to 100bpm just because.

 

https://soundcloud.com/darnu/muse-string-score-2014

 

People shout your name when it comes to sheet music, but you start with an F even though I see an E as well as other people who gave it a try. Tell me... why were they calling for you? :S

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Don't forget that 'Butterflies& Hurricanes' had orchestral music and that wasn't exactly a 'light' track, and who knows what Matt's idea of 'it's going to be heavy' is...it'll surprise us, one way or another.:D

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People shout your name when it comes to sheet music, but you start with an F even though I see an E as well as other people who gave it a try. Tell me... why were they calling for you? :S
Hi. You are right. The sheet shows an E note, but I wrote and F because of the notations on the left.

 

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I am watching this again and I think the sharp icon is on C, E and F on the first line (which is the option I "took" when I did this), but now I see on the second line that there are on C, F and G, and in the third line there are on C, E? and G? I did not study music and I don't know if there's a scale with sharp C, E and F notes.

 

I didn't watch it very well yesterday and seeing it now I think the most proper option would be the C#, F# and G#, but I don't know. What do you people think?

 

Sorry if I made some mistakes and sorry for my English. I do this the best I can. Thanks for listening this anyway!

Edited by Darnu

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I am watching this again and I think the sharp icon is on C, E and F on the first line (which is the option I "took" when I did this), but now I see on the second line that there are on C, F and G, and in the third line there are on C, E? and G? I did not study music and I don't know if there's a scale with sharp C, E and F notes.

 

Almost all key signatures are basic major/minor scales designated by a certain number of sharps/flats. In this case three sharps (♯♯♯) indicates either F♯ minor or, more likely in this case, A major. Either way the accidentals are the same: C♯, F♯ and G♯.

 

See: http://neilhawes.com/sstheory/skeysig2.htm

 

Occasionally you might see E♯, a note from the F♯ harmonic minor scale, as Muse are big fans of leading tones and major dominant chords. This will be notated outside of the key signature, and at other points you can generally assume the E is natural.

 

See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minor_scale#Harmonic_minor_scale

Edited by Espectro Cuatro

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