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Apr
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comment Do great singers primarily listen to themselves through ears, or through bone conduction, or mixture of the two? What source of feedback do they use?
Edited to make it clearer that I'm not under the impression that you can completely eliminate one or the other, but that you can focus on one or another in order to get different feedback while practicing.
Apr
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revised Do great singers primarily listen to themselves through ears, or through bone conduction, or mixture of the two? What source of feedback do they use?
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Apr
25
comment Do great singers primarily listen to themselves through ears, or through bone conduction, or mixture of the two? What source of feedback do they use?
Well, that's exceptionally strange. I can't imagine someone on Stack Overflow downvoting a Java question because they only know Python…
Apr
25
revised Do great singers primarily listen to themselves through ears, or through bone conduction, or mixture of the two? What source of feedback do they use?
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Apr
25
comment Do great singers primarily listen to themselves through ears, or through bone conduction, or mixture of the two? What source of feedback do they use?
Would be nice if people commented before downvoting…
Apr
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asked Do great singers primarily listen to themselves through ears, or through bone conduction, or mixture of the two? What source of feedback do they use?
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Feb
12
comment Harmonizing All Music with the I,IV and V Chords?
Any note can be harmonized against any chord or combination of chords. It's a matter of what you want the result to sound like — but that's a matter of opinion/intent.
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Feb
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reviewed Close Definition of Sonority for Flutists
Jan
5
comment How should I finger A# and F# Major on piano?
Do you mean root position or first inversion? (Most often I'd play first inversion RH 1-2-5, not 1-3-5. Root position 1-3-5 is fine.)
Jan
5
comment Is my fingering correct for F major scale?
You'll have another problem trying to play B Major LH with that fingering.
Nov
20
answered Piano - Hand position when playing “double octaves”
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answered Instruments that are easy on left pinkie fingers
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answered How to play moonlight sonata with pedal
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asked Does 'just' or 'well' temperament center around the key of a given piece, or is it key-agnostic?
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Aug
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comment What to look for when buying a digital piano for a beginner?
In my experience as a teacher, no student who had a digital piano stayed with it. This may be correlation and not causation, but it was 100% reliable, no matter how "dedicated" the student tried to be.