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Former Volunteer Business Administrator for the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra.

I have also been a technical writer, computer magazine tech journalist, music critic and music journalist, copywriter and publicist, and professional musician.


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comment Is there any substantial evidence that a constantly fluctuating pitch is considered less musical than more discrete tones?
Are you talking about the use of a lot of vibrato in instrumental performance versus the use of no vibrato?
Jun
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answered What is another term for a voice on a synthesizer?
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revised How does string gauge affect intonation?
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comment How does string gauge affect intonation?
Welcome to Musical Practice & Performance, Luke! Dr Mayhem and I had to edit your question extensively because you seem to be a beginner who does not understand the correct terminology in describing parts of the guitar. I hope that you can still recognize your question after we have rewritten it.
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Jun
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comment What do the 3/4 and 4/4 numbers mean?
RegDwight wrote ""One two three four" (backbeat) is a very American thing." Actually it is the quintessential African-American rhythm which was originally brought to the New World centuries ago by Africans who were enslaved, and has become a signature element of the many musical styles that have since emerged not only in the USA, but also all across North and South America and the Caribbean Islands. These musical styles have impacted popular music throughout the world in the last 100 years since the advent of the commercial music industry, recorded music and radio and television.
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answered How does string gauge affect intonation?
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revised How does string gauge affect intonation?
clarified terminology
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May
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comment Resource for sheet music for blind musicians
Welcome to our site, Matthew Skelton.
May
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on With which strings would I have an easier time bending/sliding/vibrato on acoustic guitar?
May
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revised Clarinetist learning baroque recorder
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answered Clarinetist learning baroque recorder
May
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answered Clarinetist learning baroque recorder
May
19
comment Comfortable notes in a key
You should also look up the concept of the "turnaround", a term used in jazz and pop music to describe a major cadence at the end of a whole section of music.
May
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revised Are P-bass pickups noise cancelling?
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May
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comment Comfortable notes in a key
Learn about the concept of cadences. A cadence is a resolution of a musical phrase (in the harmonies or chord progression), analogous to the punctuation at the end of a sentence.