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Figuring out the difference between major and relative minor scales

We know that the notes as well as the chords in a major scale and its relative minor scale are the same.So, how does soloing in a major scale differ from soloing in its relative minor scale?
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How can a musician determine the sound of different musical artists?

To be more specific about my question; I am currently trying to learn how to best identify the specific sounds of different jazz artists by listening for quantifiable differences in their style and ...
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was I played by a piano?

I have always loved piano music but I am tone deaf and never attempted to learn to play. When I was a child I wanted lessons but my mom refused to be bothered with it. This happened decades ago: I had ...
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4answers
379 views

Does real life emotional experiences affect one's music creative ability?

I have heard people say that music only flows from a broken heart. I sit down to write music, and not one melody comes out from me that isn't similar to something that I have already heard before. ...
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Interpreting guitar tab notations (zeros, numbers, curve, arrow)

I am a beginner at guitar. I was looking at a guitar tab for a Chinese song but I have trouble understanding it. x means to pick the string where it is drawn, but what do the other symbols mean in ...
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Can you change the volume of a specific track in TuxGuitar 1.3?

In old TuxGuitar versions, you could open the Mixer and adjust the volume for each track on it's own. In the current Windows version (1.3.2) the Mixer has been replaced with the "Instruments" dialog, ...
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Rythmic for “Ces petit rien” from Serge Gainsbourg [on hold]

I a very big fan of Serge Gainsbourg and especially "Ces petits riens": As a guitarist, I'd love to be able to play it like on the record, but I can't find how to ...
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1answer
18 views

Fret buzzing after set up

I've got an Admira Artista guitar, I bought an used one which was manufactures in 1980 and it looks liek a new guitar without any scratch. I played with medium tension strings and it was great, never ...
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23 views

Tips for learning history [on hold]

Lately I've been wanting to learn some history on music, starting from... Well, as far as we can really go. For reference, I've been listening to medieval music, I made a playlist on whatever I could ...
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20 views

Doubling Trumpet and Trombone

I have been playing the trumpet for two years now. I decided on May of the current year to buy a Trombone and play the Trombone as well. I was getting a really nice tone on the Trumpet but now, for ...
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2answers
35 views

How to practice singing melody notes when playing scales?

I've been practicing singing scales with a piano, but I'm confused about whether it can teach me to sing a melody. When singing scales, I match the pitch of the individual piano note with my voice. ...
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How I study Music Theory [on hold]

It is one year less that I started to play guitar and I have learned lots of things about playing guiatr and after I could read Music notation two Octave on the Stuff...but now I don't remenber that.....
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2answers
48 views

What properties of a chant can be used to encode information (w/o lyrics)

I am currently researching for a (fictional) draft and need help. I am a complete layman in music and musical theory. A single person or a group of people is singing a song to control a machine, ...
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20 views

Recognizing modulation style / pattern in Steely Dan's “West of Hollywood”

I'm a fan of Steely Dan's music, but I find analysis of their music to be difficult from a tone-, modal-, and chord-theory point of view. But perhaps the complex jazz-influenced M7/M9/M11 chords ...
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0answers
33 views

Ridge along the backside of the neck of my bass guitar

Three months ago I purchased a Warwick Pro Series Thumb BO 4 string from my local music store and recently I've discovered a ridge that runs along the grain on the back of the neck. It appears the ...
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39 views

Any ideas what's the rhythm here? [on hold]

The rhythm in question is in the video starting at 1:17, with the lyrics "If you need me, call me up on Avogadro's number". Any help is much appreciated!! EDIT: To ...
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1answer
24 views

How to notate a slow strum?

How is a slow strum notated? By slow strum, I mean chords played on a plucked instrument in such a way that each note is distinct from the others, but they are not slow enough or far enough apart to ...
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1answer
23 views

Ohm ratings for guitar amp / extension cab

I have a guitar amp that recommends the following for connecting to an external cabinet: Only use extension cabinets with an impedance of 8 Ohms or more (e.g. 16 Ohms). NEVER use a lower impedance (e....
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52 views

What is the use of 5ths in romantic music?

I sang bass for 3 years in choir, yet I hear the term '5ths' being used for certain types of music, especially romantic ballads. Claude Debussy's Claire de Lune is a favorite of mine, and I hear that ...
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16 views

Where I can get free lessons on learning 24-hole chromatic harmonica? [on hold]

This is Prashant. I am newbie in the world of the harmonica & music too. Recently I decided to learn harmonica. I am having 24-holes Tower Chromatic harmonica. Please guide me so that I can start ...
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226 views

Where did the symbols b and # originate from, and why those?

We're all used to flat and sharp signs, also naturals. Accidentals in some cases. But why those unusual signs? I suspect the b may have something to do with the German B, but the # sign? Something to ...
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34 views

What intervals are common for sudden key changes?

By "sudden", I mean that there is no dedicated harmonic preparation leading into the new key. The commonly used ones I can think of are: Up a semitone (the classic signal that this is final repeat ...
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1answer
28 views

Guitar amp fender 15B

How do I get distortion on my fender 15B amp if it doesn't have a distortion switch or a button? I have tried using existing knobs but just cant get the rock sound I'm after.
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1answer
26 views

Guitar Chords Sample Library [on hold]

Can you suggest me a sample library in which I can find every Guitar Chord played on an acoustic guitar? Even the not-so-popular ones like D11 or C#7#9
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How do bass effects differ from guitar effects?

I play guitar and often see people that try to use guitar effects with their basses and then share their thoughts. How do bass effects differ from guitar effects? And when does it not matter?
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What is the Sweelinck fantasia played by Glenn Gould? [migrated]

Glenn Gould has a CD of early music in which he plays a piece by Jan Sweelinck simply titled "Fantasia in D." I have searched hard for this piece - it is not one of the other Sweelinck fantasias like ...
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24 views

Midi/usb interface sends “note on” instead of “note off” when 2 or more keys are released at once

So i tried to setup my keyboard to my computer and some weird things happen. The first thing i did was testing it with midi-ox. Everything seemed to work until i started playing chords or just 2 notes ...
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Can't record MusicLab Real Guitar from Logic Pro X

I open up a new Logic Pro X project and select the External MIDI interface. I load the plugin to this track by going to AU instruments -> MusicLab -> RealGuitar -> Stereo The interface opens up ...
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2answers
49 views

Tuning a 38 inch Guitar

Should I tune a 38 inch guitar same as a standard 41 inch guitar (i.e. E A G D B E) or some other way? Another thing, I have dots on frets 5, 7, and 9 only. Is it normal? Asking since standard guitars ...
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21 views

how to connect a balanced output to a unbalanced input?

so I want to connect the output from my mixer (balanced xlr) to the unbalanced input of my amp. which cable should I get: XLR to TS or XLR to TRS? I read somewhere that the cold pin should left ...
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16 views

Unwanted noise from Guitar Amp (Epiphone standard ii & vox ii modeling amp)

I have a Epiphone les paul Standard ii (slash edition) guitar and Vox ii modeling guitar amplifier. When i connect it to power supply (position of various knobs: -volume knob-50%(in the mid position), ...
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1answer
16 views

How to create a Chord Sample in Logic Pro X

I start by saying that I'm totally new to Logic Pro. I need to sample some guitar chords Just that, without strumming or anything, just play the Chord once. Is there a way I can do it using Logic ...
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2answers
652 views

Black MIDI: Add 1/256 note in midi file?

I'm working on creating some black MIDI music. Is there any way that I can add a note that is shorter than a 1/128 note in midi? Like 1/256 or 1/1024 (if I am crazy). I have tried rosegarden and ...
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17 views

Vst plugin for multi track audio editing

I use Fl studio, and 'Edison' its audio editing plugin can't edit more than one audio file simultaneously. Software like 'Audacity' can do multi-track editing but audacity can't be used as an external ...
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1answer
34 views

What are some sources for learning chiptune composition? [on hold]

I'm relatively new to music composition and I choose chiptune to start learning some simple compositions. What I've been doing is compose some riffs but I'm having trouble creating a full song. I ...
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68 views

Who were Anonymous I-III? Was there an Anonymous V?

An important treatise on medieval music theory was written in the 13th century. His or her name was lost to history, and a 19th-century French historian later dubbed him/her "Anonymous IV". This ...
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Noation of music concerning the Trombone Player

When a Trombone player read music from the Treble Clef How does he/she reads it, does he/she reads middle C an Octave down?
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50 views

Beethoven piano concerto 3 mvt 3

How should I consider this part ? Is there something different that we should hear, or that should appear when I play apart from the regular scale ? Why aren't the notes organized regularly 4-4-4 ...
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1answer
36 views

How do I start guitar 'tapping' style?

I have been thinking of adding tapping guitar style to my fingerstyle and I was wondering if anyone has some tips or useful websites that could teach me this. If anyone has info on how to get louder ...
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2answers
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Why did they choose the diatonic scale?

I have many questions, but all related to the necessity (if any) of the diatonic scale and the consequences of this choice. First: what are the reasons behind the choice of the Western Music diatonic ...
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25 views

Producing stereo sound from more than two speakers?

Is it possible to produce a stereo effect from more than 2 loudspeakers for example(4 full range driver) placing them one on each side of a square?
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36 views

Are there any important practices for fingerstyle guitar? [on hold]

I have been playing fingerstyle guitar for about three years and I am now able to play okay. I was wondering if there is any challenging exercises that I could do to improve my skill? If possible ...
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0answers
18 views

connecting stereo out of my mixer into mic in of the amp?

So I recently got a yamaha mg10xu mixer just for fun. I also have fishman loudbox mini amp. I want to send the mixer out to my amp in the best and safest way possible. Now I have seen some videos on ...
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2answers
69 views

Exactly as written?

I attended an all-Mozart program the other day and I was wondering if all the pieces he wrote are performed by exactly the same number and kind of instruments you would hear today. The French horn ...
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5answers
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Creating a simple melody out of random notes

I recently watched a movie entitled "Frequencies" and there is a scene where one of the main protagonists, as a kid, is enticed to play the piano, he is told to play any notes in any order and in any ...
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1answer
56 views

Cross hands while playing?

In the score below (from 1905 incidental score to Peter Pan by John Crook (1852–1922), see http://hdl.handle.net/1802/24425), the first few bars in both bass & treble staves have notations “L.H.” &...
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42 views

Newcomer to mixing - what levels should I set for each track?

Ok so I been rapping for almost a decade, so naturally I have no problems putting together a pretty decent hip hop beat/instrumental. Recently I have decided to better well-round my hip hop and ...
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0answers
25 views

How to motivate myself to practise piano playing? [migrated]

Currently I find piano practice a bit of a chore. But, I really want to get good at piano so that I can sightread pop charts and compose my own music more effectively. Is there any way that I can ...
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0answers
25 views

Battle for Britain, David Bowie

I'm trying to figure out what's going on in David Bowie's song, Battle for Britain. (The intro ends at 0:35 or so.) These are the chords, near as I can tell. One chord per measure. En B F# A A ...
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Is Prof. Craig Wright really singing the Major Triads?

Source: Lecture 8. Bass Patterns: Blues and Rock, Listening to Music (MUSI 112) (2012), by Prof. Craig Wright In the lecture, Prof. Wright is singing the I, IV, V Major Triads. But because overtone ...

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