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Mar
5
revised Do music students find practice journals useful?
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Mar
5
comment Do music students find practice journals useful?
Mark - This seems like a useful answer, but be aware we are quite strict on self promotion. Remember, you can have a description links to your product/service in your profile, so I'll edit this post just to point there.
Mar
3
comment Ways to warm up vocal cords?
Hi user19211 - as Meaningful said, we expect a bit more from an answer on Stack Exchange (see the other answers here, or read How to Answer) So can you edit this post to provide a more comprehensive answer please.
Mar
2
comment Why would expectations of students vary largely between instruments?
I'm not due you are approaching this fairly. From my limited brass/woodwind experience, flute seems much easier than euphonium, for example, so with the same amount of practice your instrument may just let you progress faster.
Mar
2
comment How to elaborate a good practice routine?
Costagero - if you have a look at all the questions here on learning or technique you will gain an appreciation for how broad this topic is.
Mar
2
comment Methodology to Master Guitar as an adult
Edited as 24 is not late age by any means!
Mar
2
revised Methodology to Master Guitar as an adult
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Mar
2
comment Electric guitar effects and amplification
user19186 - this is actually incorrect in so many ways. 1st - there is no high frequency content from a guitar that you can't listen to on your stereo. This is why you can listen to your favourite heavy metal bands on your stereo 2nd - a 50W home stereo is an awful lot louder than a 5W guitar amp. It may not sound as good for guitar (unless you have an amp sim) but it is much louder.
Mar
2
comment Electronic music beats: Sample or Synthesis?
Thanks JC - that's extraordinary.
Mar
1
comment Electronic music beats: Sample or Synthesis?
I am trying to picture what panning odd harmonics left and even right would sound like. And I can't. Do you have a wave you could share?
Mar
1
comment Electric guitar effects and amplification
Acerbus, what is your actual question here. As you can see from the questions it is not clear. Let's clarify one question and ask it. Other questions can be asked separately
Feb
25
comment Name of guy who teachs famous training technique for beginner drummers
Hmmm - I'm not sure. I really can't understand what the question is asking.
Feb
25
answered How is he hiding his pick?
Feb
23
comment Music Producing and Making a Cover
Satnimird - the rules are just there to make this site work as a definitive question and answer site for music practice and performance. So single questions work better. Also, we'll point you at other sites if a post should be migrated over, so don't worry - the learning curve is easy and we are friendly :-)
Feb
22
comment Changing from bass to saxophone
@tv31 - unless the commentary makes the question impossible to read, please don't make an edit solely to remove 'chat' - edit if there is a material improvement you can make. Remember - too many rejected edits will remove your edit privilege.
Feb
21
answered How do I make drums sound satisfying in a room without soundproofing?
Feb
21
comment Compare these two sheets of music(piano)?
What this tells me is that you have some techniques you prefer/find easier. The difficulty grading on these pieces is generally agreed across a wide range of reviewers, and it challenges various techniques you will need.
Feb
20
comment I am a singer who has problems with tempo
+1 for monitors. These are key. On stage my singer needs his monitors set up precisely. The rest of the band have much more relaxed requirements :-)
Feb
19
comment How does speaker design affect audible sound?
JC - yes, but look at the wording in this question. "their guitar amp sounds different depending on where they stand in the room - use powered coaxial to alleviate" - speaker design is irrelevant here
Feb
19
comment How does speaker design affect audible sound?
Also, the guitar amp sounding different has nothing to do with whether it has coaxial or separate speakers.