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Is there a note that stays the same?

I just had a bizarre thought! Is there a note that stays the same regardless of what scale you are in?? Is there any in the Major scales or in the minor scales?
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91 views

Guitar practice - Are you able to play chords with a pick?

I find it much, much much much easier to play melodically with a pick. I started out with a pick, and never tried to learn how to finger pick. However, I find that, in trying to play chords, using my ...
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2answers
39 views

Technique: What is an effective way to create a song? [on hold]

In detail, my question(s) are: Is it better to start with the climax, or drop, of the song rather than with the intro? What is an effective way to create your melodies? What is an effective way to ...
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1answer
32 views

Could I have a list of chord progression patterns for Electro and Progressive House? [on hold]

I mainly like these two genres: Progressive HouseElectro House And I was wondering if I could (or where I could find) the most common chord progression patterns for these genres.
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1answer
47 views

Could you have a minor chord in a Major scale song?

I haven't experimented with this much - so, the reason for asking this is in order to know whether it is even possible: Could you have a minor chord in a Major scale or no? I am thinking more in ...
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1answer
24 views

Need to listen to iTunes track and piano for learning

I am learning piano and thought that if I play the lesson track into my headphones at the same time as the piano output I could practice timing better and for the pieces I need to learn for the exam ...
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4answers
120 views

Convincing colleague that playing to a metronome is a good thing?

I have a colleague that believes playing to a metronome is a bad thing as it ruins the "feel". While we agree that a strict metronome performance is generally boring and the tempo has to breath and we ...
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0answers
35 views

Can you help me name that piece? [closed]

I hope this falls into the "History" category of questions that are appropriate here. I was watching some classic Animaniacs and heard the background music at the beginning of the "Good Idea Bad ...
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5answers
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How can I prevent clipping when using a microphone with a tube amp into a PA?

This weekend I played electric guitar through a 25 watt tube amp through a PA system. This was the setup (telecaster > tube amp > microphone > PA). The sound guys asked me to turn my tube amp down to ...
2
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3answers
68 views

How much theory and how much transcribing?

I am a classically trained pianist, and I consider myself to be decent at playing. However I'm a poor sight in jazz, which is something that I really like. This summer I plan to study jazz thoroughly, ...
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2answers
51 views

What effects must be placed before looper to sound properly

I wonder which digital effects are not polyphonic safe. I have headphone output in my amp but don't like to use it because has some static noise. I prefer MultiFx headphone out. What effects will not ...
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0answers
42 views

Why do people like specific types of music? [closed]

Whenever I compose music I play them to my friends. All of the music I create I like (obviously). However, a friend of mine, who likes rock and electronic music, always emphasises the pain of ...
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1answer
61 views

Arpeggio sequences

For my entire learning career as a violinist (25 years) I've been given arpeggios to practice with similar characteristics, always in a specific order. 1) there's the regular major (1 3 5 8 5 3 1). ...
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0answers
28 views

ode to joy music sheet [closed]

this is ode to joy music sheet but just 50 seconds this is the full ode to joy music sheet but i am looking for the whole ode to ...
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3answers
45 views

Buzzing sound when switching between chords

I wonder how to avoid the buzzing sound when switching between chords .
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3answers
157 views

i will give up , any suggestions?

I got an acoustic guitar for my birthday last 5 months , i try and try to play but it sound terrible :'( i'm crying I really love this instrument and my dream is to be a good player , Sungha Jung ...
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2answers
55 views

A sound effect on the acoustic guitar

It can be heard, for example, in the intro of Ed Sheeran's "The A Team", 0:34, in the middle of the Queen's guitar solo of "Love of My Life", 2:54. What's the name of this short bright sound and ...
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0answers
7 views

Loop for Hindi songs

I just wanted to know how can I create a loop for Hindi songs in ableton live or any other software. Can anyone mail me Atleast one sample for a loop so that I can get the idea please. My email ID ...
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0answers
3 views

Recreating a track [closed]

Hello everyone I just wanted to know that how can I easily make a backing tracks in ableton live the easiest way as an support to my keyboard?
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0answers
53 views

Why is it so uncommon to see electric basses with flat fretboards?

I am interested in this as I build my first bass and it took me the whole summer, so any ways to make the handbuilding process simpler, faster and still reliable. Classical guitars have flat ...
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2answers
52 views

Why does my amp sound better when I am not standing directly in front of it?

I recently got a JCM800 2203x amplifier and the thing is killer. I'm one of the lucky people who has a practice space where they can crank it to 10 and hear that beautiful power tube distortion! The ...
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0answers
29 views

Difference between a key and a scale [duplicate]

I am just getting into trying to learn music theory and am having some trouble differentiating the difference between what a key and a scale is. I have been told that they are different but do not ...
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1answer
46 views

Why do we remember music better? [closed]

I know by experience that we remember things better through music. How is it that we remember music better than regular speaking? What is unique about our brains that allow us to do this?
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1answer
46 views

What defines an instrument? [closed]

Can we argue that us stamping our foot on the ground is an instrument? What truly defines an instrument in the theology of music? We know that a piano is a musical instrument, but couldn't anything ...
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1answer
49 views

What are the diferent types of Electric pianos?

By electric pianos I mean Wurly, Tine, Rhodes, Reed, SA EP, FM EP, etc. How many are they? And how are they different? (Would be great if some song examples are provided.)
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5answers
147 views

Self-learning how to play the piano

I'd like to start learning to play the piano from scratch, and I would like to know how many hours of practice will it take me to: master the basics like scales, technique, fingering, theory, and ...
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2answers
33 views

Can I use Keyboard amps for live monitoring?

I just noticed that my keyboard amp (Roland KC-550) includes an XLR input. Is it possible (or recommended) to input aux sends from the mixer through the keyboard. The KC-550 has 4 input channels and I ...
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0answers
8 views

Creating music tracks from samples in ableton live

Hello everyone I just wanted to ask that is it possible for to remake a track from samples in ableton live?
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3answers
62 views

Muting strings while bending

I watched a YouTube music tutorial on guitar bending exercises which stated that while bending on guitar the first finger has to be placed on the top strings for muting all those other than the ...
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4answers
117 views

How can a 59/48 time signature be counted?

There is a song called Evol by Damian Legassick. Its time signature is 59/48. It is weird and I don't know which way to interpret it. There are two ways this can be interpreted: Number one It can ...
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2answers
53 views

Is there a single word to describe the loudest point in a musical composition?

Coloquially, crescendo is often used--inaccurately--to refer to this. Climax might be used, but a musical climax is not necessarily about volume, and this term is not included in the Oxford Dictionary ...
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2answers
49 views

Do great singers primarily listen to themselves through ears, or through bone conduction, or mixture of the two? What source of feedback do they use?

Looking for sourced answers, i.e. "Pavarotti says X in interview Y": When practicing specifically for tone, do great singers listen to themselves – more through sound traveling though the air to ...
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1answer
53 views

Theory of scales in piano improvisation

I'm learning the piano and just learned two scales, A and C (and the theory as to how to make the other keys: WWHWWWH). Other than learning how to make major/minor/dim etc chords how else can I use ...
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0answers
17 views

Why is the ribbon controller on the Otamatone not linear?

Most ribbon controllers are linear, but the one on the Otamatone behaves like a guitar or a cheap theremin, with higher notes closer together. Can it be made linear?
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1answer
55 views

keyboard instrument with only some of the black keys

I have a vague memory of seeing a photo of an ancient keyboard instrument (a calvichord?) that had only some of the black keys - maybe just B flat and F sharp. Alas, I can't find anything similar ...
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3answers
291 views

Is it possible to learn music theory with MuseScore?

Please forgive me if it is a stupid question. I love music and used to play some violin when I was a child. But I did not have any formal education in music theory. During the years I have made ...
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0answers
51 views

What's this instrument in most “wild” western soundtracks? [closed]

In most music pieces based on the wild west (cowboys and such), there are a few instruments that are present in.. almost all songs: The Guitar, the Jaw/Jew Harp, Harmonicam, drums, Trombone (?), ...
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2answers
76 views

How do I play a difficult song with chords my fingers cannot reach?

I have been playing piano for almost 7 years. I am trying to learn "Flight of the Bumblebee", Rachmaninoff version. The problem is that the left hand has certain chords that my fingers cannot reach. ...
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1answer
461 views

How do I notate a 'wailing' sound?

I made this sound with my synthesized flute There are three in this particular snippet. I did this by draggging a slider button up and down that allows me to move ...
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0answers
43 views

I need critic on created sound files [closed]

They are made for initial segments of famous music works by experimental program for music composition in radical new music system. This system is directed on use of contemporary computer technology ...
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1answer
83 views

How to start composing music? [closed]

I am a guitarist with enough information about music theory,little information about harmony. To expreince a music composition,I want to compose a very very simple Pop-Rock music... But i don't ...
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5answers
74 views

String vs Percussion - What is a Piano?

Online, I have researched what a piano is, and it says it is a percussion instrument. But when you look inside a piano, there are many strings, which are hit to give the piano its noise. Also, you can ...
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49 views

Analysis of Greensleeves

I had a go at chording out GreenSleeves today: (EDIT: Revised image, thanks ℵ₀) This is very exciting, as it is completely off my map. Here be dragons! The central section (m9-12) looks like a IV ...
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2answers
48 views

Is playing fingerstyle really hard?

I want to start learning fingerstyle, but I don't know where to start. Some people say it's very hard. Please tell me how to start – what songs could I learn first, etc..
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19 views

How to find your mix voice

This questions seems very common and I have been struggling to get my mix for maybe months and I am very stressed out I just feel like I should belt everything in my chest as my hope is falling ...
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2answers
47 views

How to prevent the extra tone from the upper part of the guitar

I have a problem with my technique especially when tapping the higher notes. There is always a tone from the upper part of the fretboard that I don't want, but having a hard time muting it. Any ideas? ...
5
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1answer
328 views

My guitar gets out of tune after 1 minute

My new guitar strings sound nice, but they get out of tune after 1 minute !! Specifically, the 1st and 2nd (thinnest) strings get out of tune more than the other strings. And there was no problem of ...
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2answers
57 views

Extra measures above staff in Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6

So there is an extra two measures on top of the measure 58. What does that mean?
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2answers
41 views

A question on Staccato in the end of a slur (piano playing)

A staccato note in the end of a slur( 1) A normal staccato note(2) question Do I play the (1) the same as (2)?
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4answers
81 views

Cheap electric guitar - fix or replace? [duplicate]

TL:DR version: cheap guitar needs work. Fix it or replace it? Hi - After many years of wishing I could just magically be able to do it, I've finally decided it's time to learn to play guitar. ...

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