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revised Looking for an app that can record piano and visually represent what was played
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revised Why do we use such complicated notation?
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revised Guitar set up/maintenance
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comment Guitar set up/maintenance
I hope nobody here thinks that I'm giving a "cop-out" answer. Some topics are much too deep and detailed to be explained in Stack Exchange answers, and every now and then it is unavoidably necessary to go to a library or bookstore and look for a book.
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comment Correctly notating sharps and flats
It depends upon what key you are working in at the moment, and the key signature for that key. One cannot generalize about whether it should be Eb or D# by itself; it depends upon the context in which you are using it.
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revised Can you get the raw signal from a divided, or hexaphonic, pickup?
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comment Bass clef changed to treble clef in the middle of the sheet music
The point is this: Usually, a piano grand staff has the treble clef on top and the bass clef on bottom, and the pitches are absolute. However, piano notation implies that the upper clef is the part played by the right hand, while the lower clef is the part played by the left hand. So if the range of the notes in either hand goes much higher or much lower, it can be notated with two staves with a treble clef on each, or two staves with a bass clef on each, etc.
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