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Mar
27
answered How much should you practice singing?
Mar
25
answered Continuous Music Theory
Mar
25
answered Hearing a click track above an orchestra
Mar
22
answered Is there any rules to choosing appropriate drum pattern for a melody?
Mar
18
answered Develop a richer singing tone?
Mar
18
comment Heavy but silent acoustic drumming
The reason that we don’t call electronic drum kits “digital drum kits” is that the first electronic drumkits were not digital — they were analog synths.
Mar
15
answered Singing Evolution: could I ever achieve the voice I want?
Mar
15
comment Why saxophone is so common in Jazz Music?
One of the most famous Jazz musicians is John Coltrane, who played saxophone. There are many other giants of Jazz who played sax. Trumpet and sax are essential Jazz instruments.
Mar
7
answered Why are two pitches considered a chord?
Mar
4
answered How to delete MIDI channel in Logic Pro X?
Mar
4
answered Why does most “Country” Music use mostly major and minor plain simple chords?
Mar
4
comment Mac USB to XLR output?
Yes, you want a USB audio interface with balanced line outputs. If you want the locking feature of XLR, you can use cables with balanced TRS on the audio interface side and XLR on the speaker side.
Mar
3
answered Does weight and/or body frame have anything to do with singing?
Feb
27
comment How can I overcome '8va' for a few notes?
Why are you writing answers in the comments?
Feb
25
comment Harmonize any scale. Is there a rule?
Bebop uses many different scales. There is not just one Bebop scale.
Feb
22
answered Amp modeller that exists in a computer program?
Feb
22
comment Theory of country music vocal harmonies
There were no Anglo-Americans until 400–500 years ago. But the part about thirds is right.
Feb
21
answered Is today's (popular) music recorded or synthesized?
Feb
21
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Feb
20
comment Changing the key of a track without changing the speed of a track
GarageBand on the Mac is “Logic Lite” — I’m 99% sure the feature you are describing is there in the GarageBand for Mac software that Emad-ud-deen already has.