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Writing and composing riffs with Phrygian is ripe ground for growing dark, doomy, and chaotic metal riffs. This video explores some compositional options, including modulations, odd time signatures, overlapping meters, and poor attempts at choral arrangement.
The basis of this song is a rhythm constructed from morse code. A note to the attentive- I did not completely honor or respect the resting pattern, instead, I used the rhythmic pulses to direct the rhythm of my riff. If you were to try to reverse engineer my rhythm just by listening to it, it would be quite difficult considering the rests are smudged a bit.
Shout out to Early Music Sources for the inspiration: https://www.earlymusicsources.com/youtube
And thanks to Mike Muggli aka Moog Lee for adding synth layers: https://www.youtube.com/user/Midiman741
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