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comment Home recording!
The answer to your question would require an entire textbook. There are many textbooks available on the subject of home recording. I do not believe that we can educate you on this subject in a few short posts on this site.
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comment What exactly is *the* blues and how do you learn it (as opposed to: learn *a* blues)?
The principal characteristics of the blues are: 12-measure phrases in AAB structure; 4/4 rhythm with a back-beat (emphasis on beats 2and 4) heavy dependence on the I-IV-V chord progression, and pentatonic melody.
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comment E chord with arc and dot symbol over it - What is this symbol in a guitar chord song book?
"Fermata" is Italian for "stop".
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comment What does the modulation effect actually do?
Not really, no.
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revised What does the modulation effect actually do?
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answered What does the modulation effect actually do?
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answered Stagg US10 TATTOO strings sound buzzy and loose
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comment Singing the words to one song along with the music for another - what is this called?
Belongs on th Music Fans site?
May
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comment Is there music available for a c1780 square piano with 5 octaves F to F
Up until about 1820, all pianos had five octaves. Harpsichords from before this period had about 4-1/2 octaves. Thus, virtually every piece of keyboard music written before about 1820 -- Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, Bach, Couperin, Scarlatti, etc. can be played on such an instrument.
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revised Why won't my new guitar play in tune?
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comment Can someone clarify the range of orchestral strings?
Actually what is more common with modern orchestral upright basses is for a 4-string instrument with a low C extension mechanism on the low E string, enabling playing two whole steps lower. But this is not yet considered a standard part of the bass' range.