Started by Ace2112, November 14, 2005, 06:07:23 am
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QuoteAh, I hadn't noticed who he was talking to..... :)
QuoteOf course they can, you're talking out of your.........hat !Everything anyone (including Peart) plays can be written down, therefore, it can be read and replicated.
QuoteThat, coming from a musician as good as yourself, is hysterical. If you're as good as I've heard you are then you won't have any belief in the post you've made above. Stop playing devil's advocate.
Quoteyou're wrong though
QuoteAm i missing something here?
QuoteVery true, though I still stand by my assertion that there are quite a few musicians who could do this.
QuoteIn principle, what you're saying is correct, but it does'nt always work like that. You can show several people HOW to do a particular task, but you can bet that not all of them can do it the same, and one will be better than the rest. When it comes to drums and percussion, Neil is that person
QuoteTalk about stating the obvious ::)The fact remains that, with reference to the strokes played, everything can be written down, and, in theory at least, be replicated. Peart is a great drummer, someone who has had a great influence on me, but something I do know, from a technical point of view, there are better. But that is besides the point. If you want to have him at the top of your list that's fine with me.
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