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revised How necessary is an USB Audio Interface?
Consideration of a pre-amp instead.
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comment Using bass strings on guitar
@DavidAxtellMooreII seems we're wrong or out of date about this - thomastik-infeld.com/upload/TI_cello%20folder%2003_07print.pdf modern cello strings with ~30LBS tension and apparently all-metal construction.
Jul
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answered How necessary is an USB Audio Interface?
Jun
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comment Using bass strings on guitar
Ooooops! Fixed. Don't tune any of your strings an octave too high!
Jun
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revised Using bass strings on guitar
Argh! Was out by an octave.
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Jun
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comment Using bass strings on guitar
I'm assuming electric guitar strings, which work at much higher tensions than nylon cello strings.
Jun
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comment Using bass strings on guitar
With bass guitar strings, I'd worry more about the lifetime of the instrument's neck, than the lifetime of the string.
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revised Using bass strings on guitar
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answered Using bass strings on guitar
Jun
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comment Specific fingering for barre chords on guitar
Can you check the diagrams I added, and confirm they're what you mean?
Jun
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revised Specific fingering for barre chords on guitar
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Jun
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answered Why do you need meter in music?
Jun
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comment Pushing a tube amp : better use the channel volume or master volume?
Your amp has a line-out. Try connecting that to a hi-fi or similar. You'll lose the character of the speaker/cabinet but you'll be able to make use of the valves' character.
Jun
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comment What is the Standard Frequency Response for Electric Keyboard?
Tremendous answer.
Jun
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revised What is the Standard Frequency Response for Electric Keyboard?
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Jun
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answered Vocal tuning (metering, not autotuning)
Jun
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comment What is the Standard Frequency Response for Electric Keyboard?
12Hz is from Wikipedia, and is the lowest a human can hear in lab conditions - not a target for music. The early 90s electronic act LFO used to duplicate mid-range parts at sub-audible levels, so that you could "feel it thump you in the chest". Clearly the kind of keyboard amp we're talking about here will never do that.
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