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Sound of Silence (Disturbed) Fixed version - (2,929 Views)


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letters in Brackets (     ) = play all together 

letters with °  next to it means Higher note

 

Hello darkness, my old friend

D  D  F  F  A  A    (C E G)

I’ve come to talk with you again

C  C  E  E  G E   (D F A)

Because a vision softly creeping

F  F  A  A  C°  C°   D°  D°  C°

Left it’s seeds while I was sleeping

F  F  A  A  C°  C°   D°  D°   (F A C)

And the vision 

F  F  A  A  C°  C°   D°

That was planted in my brain

D°  E°  F°  F°  E°  D°  C°

Still remains

C°  D°  C°  (D F A)

Within the sound

F  F  F  C°     

Of silence

E  F   (D F A)

 

Now added Number notation version just scroll down!

Numbered Notation version,

Numbers in Brackets ( ) = play all together

Numbers with ° Next to it means higher note

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Hello darkness, my old friend

2 2 4 4 6 6 (1 3 5)

I’ve come to talk with you again

1 1 3 3 5 3 (2 4 6)

Because a vision softly creeping

4 4 6 6 1° 1° 2° 2° 1°

Left it’s seeds while I was sleeping

4 4 6 6 1° 1° 2° 2° (4 6 1)

And the vision

4 4 6 6 1° 1° 2°

That was planted in my brain

2° 3° 4° 4° 3° 2° 1°

Still remains

1° 2° 1° (2 4 6)

Within the sound

4 4 4 1°

Of silence

3 4 (2 4 6)

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  • Disturbed
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7 thoughts on “Sound of Silence (Disturbed) Fixed version

    1. 2 2 4 4 6 6 (1 3 5)

      1 1 3 3 5 3 (2 4 6)

      4 4 6 6 1° 1° 2° 2° 1°

      4 4 6 6 1° 1° 2° 2° (4 6 1)

      4 4 6 6 1° 1° 2°

      2° 3° 4° 4° 3° 2° 1°

      1° 2° 1° (2 4 6)

      4 4 4 1°

      3 4 (2 4 6)

      1. Sorry if I come across as rude but I made these tab notation at first by remembering how the song plays in my head before I went to the video

        I worked very hard and spent a long time checking over and over for mistakes, untill it was perfect

        And your the only one who has a complaint I’m sorry if your ears hear something different then what everyone else does since no one besides you has had a problem with it

        If you want to play it the way you think is right go ahead I’m not stopping you that’s your preference

        But to go over what your sayings the problem those notes are 3 tines played all together in a sweeping motion,

        if you sweep the tines from starting from the right then to the middle of course it’s gonna sound wrong and wonky

        Also theirs a thing called a bridge in a song that changes the tone those two notes your saying should be twice in a lower tone is not correct it doesn’t stay all the same it changes and goes up and down at certain times

        1. The part I mentioned was not even the bridge. I didn’t even mention the sweeping part (that sounds fine.) I just politely mentioned that one part of the song (specifically the first C*) was different than what it should be.

          That’s it.

          Once again the notation should be D* D* (F A C)

          I’m leaving it here. I don’t care if you change it or not, I will play it how I play it and you play it how you play it.

          G’day.

          1. The only reason why I choose to play those notes instead of the D° D° your talking about is because that what was being used in the other versions on this website which didn’t feel right to me to go up higher lower tone right away

            and it didn’t sound right in a higher pitch to me at least when the song is in a very deep tone theirs multiple versions of this song different tones of voice.

            the video and audio are very different you don’t get the sound effects in the video like in the radio audio version you would hear.

            if you listen to not the video you won’t hear what your talking about again I’m not gonna add every little sound effect made into a sound that’s a lot of work

  1. It is good, but some areas are messed up a little.
    Ex.

    “Still remains

    C° D° C° (D F A)”

    The notation should be

    D* D* (F A C)

    If you listen to the song it is 2 of the same note then a lower one.

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