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I want to know about this guitar. it's real yamaha product or fake? [closed]

I want to know about this guitar. it's real yamaha product or fake? plz
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44 views

Easy Way to Generate Chromatic Pitch Shifts for Many Audio Samples

I have a couple of audio samples (mp3, whatever, the format doesn't matter too much) that I'm trying to pitch shift chromatically while retaining the length of the sample. There's a super easy way to ...
11
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3answers
143 views

Triplets against twos in Bach's music

I was reading up on tuplets and polyrhythms because I was having trouble playing some of Bach's keyboard works containing three-against-two rhythms. Then I found something interesting: (...) It is ...
3
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2answers
87 views

What is Tanam in Music?

What is Tanam in Indian music ? Is tanam used in Cinema music ? i.e After Pallavi of a song a piece of music playing it might be 8 bar or 16 bar etc. Is it Tannam ?
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4answers
3k views

Are ties necessary?

From a theoretical point of view (let's leave apart for a moment interpretation and writing), are ties necessary to account for note values that notes and dotted notes cannot provide? Two tied ...
8
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4answers
218 views

How can I hear what a mathematical function sounds like?

I'm working on differential equations homework right now, and I just came across a solution to a problem that has the form: I graphed the function with my computer and it has an interesting ...
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1answer
44 views

Criteria when selecting keyboard for piano learning [duplicate]

I would like to start learning to play the piano, and since I do not have the space nor the funds for a complete piano, I would like to buy a keyboard instead. My questions: How many keys do I need ...
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966 views

What does “gliss 2x” mean here?

What does "gliss 2x" mean here?
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2answers
121 views

What is good fingering for these piano note sequence?

The notes are played with the left hand in the base clef. My current fingering is: (5,1)-5-2-1-2-1 The octave jump feels strange not matter what fingers I use. I'd appreciate the help. If the ...
6
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4answers
182 views

Tonality and Rules

One can find many books on "tonality"during the common practice period. e.g., Piston. Tonality seems to be definable as the way in which composers express the chromatic scale in a organized way ...
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1answer
36 views

changing drum layout in garageband

I'm plugging my Alesis DM6 drum kit to garageband. It works without any problems. However, even if I change my ride cymbal with crash in alesis kit, it still sounds like ride in garageband. Can I ...
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6answers
1k views

Incorrect piano learning style?

I have about a year of piano lessons under my belt, except those were many many years ago. I recently picked up the piano again, because I watched some very inspiring pianists online. Thus, I have ...
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1answer
80 views

music sheet with more then 1 Ledger line?

Im just learning sheet music and don't understand the multiple Ledger lines, not sure if i should be asking this here but i can't be the only one that's not sure about it. ...
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1answer
40 views

Does the old Druid song, Les Series, have an ancient melody as Villemarque charted it?

This may be too long and specialized for many, but I'll put it up and see what kind of interest or reaction there is: Some of you may have heard of the old Druid number tutorial, Les Series or Ar ...
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1answer
73 views

Schoenberg's Hexachord decoded

I had a question regarding the cryptogram of Schoenberg's famous hexachord. The Schoenberg hexachord has a pitch class set of (012569) and a vector of <3,1,3,4,3,1>. In other words, the notes are ...
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3answers
176 views

Which (apparently keyboard) instrument is this?

I discovered this image recently while reading about piano. I discovered this young Portuguese pianist photo, Vianna da Motta, while learning in his early stages. I assume this is some kind of ...
3
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2answers
45 views

Voice leading/resolution of consecutive secondary dominant 7ths

What's the proper voice leading procedure when two consecutive secondary dominant seventh chords (with the same root chord) occur before the resolution to the root chord? For example V7/ii -> V42/ii ...
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4answers
120 views

Chord with no match to the tones in the song

Does it make sense to have a chord which has no match to any tone sung during the chord? I quite doubt about the chord F# in Limon y Sal song (song here, chords here), for the words "tal y como": B ...
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3answers
88 views

What key contains the chord progression C, Fm, Bb? Or is it multiple keys?

The chord progressions for the song Nomadic Revery by Bonnie Prince Billy are: Verse: (C Fm Bb Fm Bb C)x2 Cmaj7 Chorus: (Bb C Fm Bb C)x2 Bridge: (Cm Eb)x3 Gm (Cm Eb)x3 Bb Cm (Cm Eb)x3 Fm Gm The ...
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4answers
118 views

Vocals on guitar

Okay so I asked a question earlier and I wasn't so clear. I'll try and rephrase it. I want to learn how to take a song, and then play something on the guitar that sounds like the vocals. For example: ...
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2answers
86 views

Heard song with wrong timing

I have some songs that I have wrongly counted one-two-three-four in my head when I was very young. Because of this, when I hear it today, I often sing one-two-three-four wrongly. I know when the first ...
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2answers
96 views

If we get rid of all accentuation elements in a score, is what remains still music? [closed]

Take the score of, say, Beethoven's fifth symphony, and erase (sorry!) every element that contributes to accent (signature, staccatos, etc.), keeping only the notes. Now, somehow you manage to play ...
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1answer
73 views

Can I learn violin without a teacher? [duplicate]

I am a singer. But, violin fascinates me. I wanted to know, is it at all possible to learn violin without a teacher (because I have very busy schedule :( ). I am around 30 years old and I DO NOT PLAY ...
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2answers
53 views

A scale question

If the interval between the root and the 3rd contains 4 half steps, why does the interval between the root and the 5th contain 7 half steps rather than 8?
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2answers
138 views

What is the unit for sound intensity?

I hear people say "decibel" for sound intensity, but a dB is just the ratio between two sound intensity levels, so it's really not a unit. So, if r and p represent the reference power level and ...
0
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4answers
75 views

electric guitar, no noise for family

I played some electric and bass guitar in high school (15 years ago) I am now looking to learn how to play again, so my question is; is there a way to play without annoying the family? As in, can I ...
0
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2answers
106 views

How to play these slash chords (piano)?

So I'm trying to learn chords but I'm having trouble understanding these ones at the last bar. For left hand I play Bb/F - F-Bb-D OK! C-7/F (I think thats a 7 or 9) - Not sure how to play this? ...
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3answers
69 views

C# in the key signature

I am looking at a piece of music and there is a C# in the key signature. On the cello there is a C note on the G string and on the A string. I know that in a C# key signature the C on the A string is ...
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3answers
96 views

What is the proper name for a sequence of durations?

In contrast to pitch, rhythm refers to the length and accentuation of a sequence of notes. If we focus exclusively on the durations, what would be a proper term? Example: 1/4, 1/2, 1/4 no tempo, no ...
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2answers
86 views

What does the music notation “/ / / /” mean in a music drum score?

I have a drum score sheet music with 4/4 time signature in which the following portion is present. . Now, I am unable to understand the symbols in the bar: Also, what to repeat for the second ...
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4answers
114 views

How much should you practice singing?

How long should a singer (not a beginner but average) practice daily? How long do professional singers practice daily?
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1answer
48 views

What is the main difference between Korg Korg Pa4X and Korg Pa4X Musikant?

I want to buy a new keyboard but I want to know the difference between the normal Korg Pa4X and the Pa4X Musikant (or the Pa3X series). The music I play is mostly East European music, but I also play ...
2
votes
4answers
134 views

How do you figure out a chords name?

first of all I understand how triad chord names are made through the major scale 1-3-5 and then you alter or add certain degrees for the names of different chords. What I dont understand is how I can ...
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1answer
32 views

How do you notate vocables?

Is it the same way as notating regular lyrics? Some of the vocables I would like to use are "ah" and "ooh".
1
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1answer
71 views

What is a rational rhythm?

Tuplets can transform a rhythm into an irrational (or irregular) rhythm, but how do we precisely define a rational rhythm in the first place?
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2answers
218 views

What do “Brilliance” and “Ambience” mean?

The digital piano I ordered let's me change the level of Brilliance and Ambience of some of its 35 available sounds. If I focus on just its Grand Piano sound, I think "Ambience" refers to ...
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2answers
82 views

Best guitar alternate tuning to start with when playing one's own music

Let's say (or at least pretend) I am learning guitar for the first time and only want to play my own music, the music I have in my head. What kind of tuning should I use to start with? Is there a ...
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2answers
41 views

What does the compound time require to be?

I am trying to study music theory which would help me learn various aspects of music, so I started with basics and then time signature. It states that for a music to be in compound time each beat is ...
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3answers
149 views

How to give music a sense of “musical direction”?

To create a sense of "musical direction", I personally think what we need is to create a sense of music "going somewhere", giving the music a "forward push", if you like. Practically speaking, ...
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1answer
61 views

Problem playing things that I come up with

So basically I come up with some really good and progressive stuff in my head, but when it comes to play those things I cannot find the right notes on the guitar. Mainly because those malodies are too ...
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2answers
51 views

How to form specific arpeggios when in a certain key?

How do you form a D Major 7th in the key of C? Should I use the scale of D or C? Could you give me some tips on how to fit arpeggios and chords in certain keys?
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2answers
76 views

Playing what you hum or whistle on the violin

Let's say I have a tune in my mind, one I have invented and so there isn't any sheet music for it still. I would like to play it on the violin. What strategy can I use to find out what strings to use ...
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0answers
40 views

Doubt about how to properly form piano Chords on left hand [duplicate]

Hi, I'm a beginner piano self-learner. I've been reading books about music theory and watching many (maaany) videos on youtube for a while to find my way to start learning independently because I have ...
5
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1answer
42 views

Creating conga part in lilypond

I'd like to score a congas part in lilypond, but I can't figure out how. I've found the lilypond documentation on it here, but I can't understand it, especially this bit: There are also other ...
0
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0answers
44 views

In what key is the song with the following chords [C#] [F#] [A#m] [E]? [duplicate]

I already know of the question How to know which scale a song uses?. I made a guitar song with the following chords [C#] [F#] [A#m] [E]. However, if I sing it instead of my friend, then the chords ...
2
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2answers
60 views

Not-so-awkward body movement while playing violin

As I have mentioned in previous questions, I'm someone who likes to get really into the music. I sway around, and enjoy the song with movement. I notice professional violinists sometimes almost dance ...
2
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1answer
17 views

Amplification issues

My V50 Crate amp has developed a problem...the clean channel has stopped working and the OD channel is not sounding quite as it should. I have noticed that one of the 6L6GC valves has a small piece ...
6
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3answers
154 views

Continuous Music Theory

Is there a musical theory of harmony or a system of chord-understanding that does not rely on the 12-tone temperament? For example, a fretless instrument has (theoretically) an infinity of tones ...
2
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2answers
57 views

Hearing a click track above an orchestra

The amateur orchestra I am in, the Cambridge Concert Orchestra, are involved in the Somme100 FILM project which means we'll be performing Laura Rossi's score alongside the silent film footage. To keep ...
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2answers
61 views

Useless natural accidental? [duplicate]

Why is that natural accidental placed on that G? does the slur extend the sharp on the previous measure to the next one? that wouldn't make sense for the bass though.

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