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comment B -> C and E -> F, No Sharp?
If he is talking about micro-tonality then the standard western notation is mostly irrelevant then, isn't it?
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comment What is an effective way to tune a guitar for an unpracticed ear?
5-7 works wonderfully. And it's very quick. But I'm with you re stage tuning - electronics are fast and can work in a loud environment
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comment What is a good software to record music at home?
Vassia - please read How to Ask and our tour page. If you keep asking questions that don't meet our scope and requirements they will keep being closed.
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comment B -> C and E -> F, No Sharp?
Your final paragraph is wrong. In standard western music, B# is effectively C. The naming convention is just that - a convention.
Jun
24
comment Would adding delay after the loadbox make it the same as if adding it in the effects loop?
This answer seems self-contradictory. Did you mean you can put effects almost anywhere except time dependent effects such as delay?
Jun
22
revised What chord is C slid up 2 frets?
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Jun
17
comment Solution for guitar play with backing track
surroundedbyfools - luckily Bart edited this into an okay answer. Next time you will incur a suspension.
Jun
16
comment What genre of music does G3: Vai, Satrianni, Malmsteen represent, what is the name for their guitar tone?
I'm going to migrate this to Music Fans - this is not on topic here. As an aside, the rig all these guys use is public knowledge (eg search Joe Satriani rig) but it is almost irrelevant. Matt is correct - Satriani would sound amazing on my kit, and still have Satriani tone. I would not sound like him on his...
Jun
12
comment Which Blues notes are deliberately flattened?
Your 1st, 3rd and 4th paragraphs are related to the question, but the others could be removed (as they answer a different question) - then I'd upvote.
Jun
12
accepted Which Blues notes are deliberately flattened?
Jun
10
revised How to help students remember Half vs. Whole rests
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Jun
9
reviewed Reviewed Grand Staff using the Bass Clef and Treble Alto-Tenor Clef
Jun
6
comment Can I plug my amp directly into my audio interface?
Mauricio - welcome to Music.SE. So far it seems you haven't quite understood the difference between Stack Exchange and other online forums, as you have made a few posts that don't answer the question, or only supply information others have posted. Can I ask that you please read How to Answer and have a browse around the site to see how the community as a whole works. Thanks.
Jun
5
comment Guitar Pedal Components (DIY)
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because a) you have cross posted, and b) it has nothing to do with theory or practice. I may also close the one on Sound - as it is very opinion based...
Jun
4
answered Practicing string damping
Jun
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comment Which Blues notes are deliberately flattened?
Hi Jay - this isn't answering my question at all. I know the how (have been playing blues for over 25 years)
Jun
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asked Which Blues notes are deliberately flattened?
May
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answered Could a good sound be had from small output amps?
May
30
comment Are the names for these chords valid?
Shomo - Comments are not for extended discussion so I have moved this conversation [ to chat](chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/24294/…). Where you have additional questions, it is better to ask them as questions, referring to the initial question if necessary. And for discussion - use chat.
May
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comment Notes on string high E sounds out of tune even picking them alone
Can you clarify - you think they sound out of tune, but your tuner says they are in tune, right?