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Apr
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accepted Holding a cigar box guitar
Apr
27
answered Guitar : Difficulty in chords shifting
Apr
27
answered Why do old russian guitar songs sound out of tune?
Apr
20
accepted How to predict the loudness of an amp based on description
Apr
20
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Apr
10
comment Home recording: Preamp or Dynamic Mic?
Many condenser mics can use a battery, when phantom power isn't available. You still need XLR, but that's another matter.
Apr
7
answered Is this old Soviet era guitar worth keeping?
Mar
31
revised How to keep the tempo still stable?
typo
Mar
23
comment Is it normal for most people to play root or inverted chords?
On guitar very few chords are straight triads starting on the root. Novices play inversions because the easy fingerings are often inversions. Experts play inversions because they sound good.
Mar
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Mar
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Mar
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Feb
28
answered When does audio latency matter and not matter?
Feb
27
comment Use only - 3 strings on six string guitar - which ones would you use and how would you tune them?
It's an interesting question, but it's wrong for this site because it's completely subjective. Ask somewhere where you can have a lively discussion.
Feb
18
revised Using keyboard/MIDI controller to learn piano
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Feb
11
comment How to mic an upright piano to record singing and playing?
Put it where you would want an audience to be.
Feb
11
comment How to mic an upright piano to record singing and playing?
I think close micing/internally micing a piano is reasonable in a few circumstances (1) in live situations where feedback and sound leaks must be avoided (2) if you want to experiment with the effected sounds that come from close-micing (3) if you're recording the piano from loads of mics and intend to painstakingly mix the result to get the effect you want (and in this case you'd also mic the room). If you want a natural sounding piano, though, with the least hassle, just mic the room.
Feb
11
answered How to mic an upright piano to record singing and playing?
Feb
6
comment Looper app for iPad?
As well as an audio interface, you'll probably want a MIDI foot switch. You don't want to have to let go of your instrument to control Loopy.
Feb
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