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revised Using a MIDI-Out port that has been physically plugged up
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Dec
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answered Using a MIDI-Out port that has been physically plugged up
Dec
8
comment Can the double stop E natural F sharp be played on cello?
Why not change the tuning on one of the strings to accommodate this interval? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scordatura
Dec
8
comment Why do melodies have harmonies?
Your assertion that "every melody has chords which most people would agree on" is certainly not the case. If you study jazz or classical music, you will understand that what jazz musicians and classical composers often do is to figure out how to harmonize a given melody with many different chord progressions. In jazz, this is called "chord substitution".
Dec
8
comment Why do melodies have harmonies?
The answers to your question lie in studying the music theory of what is called "Common Practice" in the history of Western music. It is usually the subject of a two-year curriculum in music colleges. You can certainly study it on your own out of textbooks, but it is not something that can be explained in a couple of short posts on a site like this one.
Dec
2
revised How can I Lower the strings to the fretboard?
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Dec
2
comment Why do frets get closer as the notes get higher?
Because it results in pitches that are properly in-tune.
Nov
29
answered Lead sheets / fake sheets without score
Nov
26
answered Correct terminology for chord inversions
Nov
25
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Nov
23
reviewed Reject Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
Nov
22
comment Unknown Notation - Thick Horizontal Bars Between Notes
You could in fact write out each of the individual 16th or 32nd notes, but the tremolo notation is a "shorthand" method that takes up far less space and is easier to read.
Nov
22
reviewed Reject C in Treble or Bass Clef
Nov
21
reviewed Reject Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
Nov
18
answered When to start Vibrato (on any instrument)
Nov
18
comment When to start Vibrato (on any instrument)
1) It depends on what instrument you are playing
Nov
15
comment Basso profundo question
If you are only 16, it is likely that your voice will deepen with age. This will take place over the next four to six years. I believe there is not much you can do to extend your range at your current age, but as you get older, a voice teacher can help with this.
Nov
15
answered Which (non dedicated) tool to use to fasten a Gibson 3-way toggle switch without marring it?
Nov
15
revised Do timpani have access to all notes in their playing range?
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Nov
15
comment What strings for classical guitar you advise to beginer?
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