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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.
12h
comment Why is one mix of a song by South Central Cartel different than other mixes?
I'm voting to close because it's (a) not clear and (b) not clearly answerable without getting the mix engineers to specify what is actually different.
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.
Aug
13
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.
Aug
13
comment How many keys should I require for a keyboard for ABRSM piano exams?
"I want a digital piano so I can do my ABRSM"... two bad decisions already in the subject :)
Jul
7
comment Why do we need modes?
Modes, like all music theory, are there to describe things people are already doing. They were not invented to give people new things to do.
Jan
26
comment How to hit four notes in a single beat with 2 hands for drum
Open hi-hat with foot = stomp it like it's hot.
Mar
19
comment What are some good/interesting ways to exit a circle of fifths section?
Trying to break out in the middle, without just totally going off the rails :)
Sep
12
comment What factors to consider when inventing a new (lab) instrument?
@leftaroundabout agreed, but isn't that one of the limitations of the instruments you mention? I've played some beautiful concerts in remote locations with no power. Wouldn't it be great if a new instrument could play in that situation? (Edit also added to clarify how I'm treating this question differently from @NReilingh)