2012-07-07T17:09:59+00:00 via web To: PublicIf it were just to make the music fit the lyrics, then there wouldn't be 7 beats per measure in the first few bars of the intro.
2012-07-07T17:09:10+00:00 via web To: PublicOn further consideration, I think "Subdivisions" uses 3 time signatures just because the members of Rush are good enough to pull it off.
2012-07-07T17:00:18+00:00 via web To: PublicActually I like that song. But I just noticed that it uses three time signatures. Not a common characteristic of catchy tunes.
2012-07-07T16:59:07+00:00 via web To: PublicCase in point: "Subdivisions" by Rush. Of course, it helps that the guy who wrote the lyrics is also a very good drummer.
2012-07-07T16:58:33+00:00 via web To: PublicPossible sign of bad lyrics: when the musicians have to use three different time signatures to make the music fit.
- @jgoerzen Which X terminal program is Jacob using? Xfce's terminal, or something simpler like rxvt?
2012-04-21T17:30:59+00:00 via web To: PublicIn pop music, why are the male singers that can routinely go at least half an octave above middle C the most popular?
2012-04-21T17:30:54+00:00 via web To: PublicIs it precisely because most men can't do that well?
- @jgoerzen Where are you working now, anyway?