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comment How to identify complex time signatures?
@TheChaz2.0 I think the last thing before I close this account :) meta.music.stackexchange.com/questions/844/…
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comment How to identify complex time signatures?
@TheChaz2.0 We discussed this already too much. It's nonsensical to impose a programming network rules on music. See my meta answer discussions for more context. This is just nonsense to happen in a music Q&A. Time signature is one of the key items in music yet .. anyway. Why do I even bother?
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answered How to identify complex time signatures?
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comment How to identify complex time signatures?
@BraddSzonye What's wrong with providing the link? It is actually the music equivalent of MWE on other networks. And I don't see why it is not descriptive. You can't get more descriptive than this. How do you propose to communicate about music ? Should we provide sheet music for each musical piece?
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comment How to identify complex time signatures?
@BraddSzonye So practically, we can't talk about it if it involves real music. Time signature identification is off-topic but some obscure chord progression is on-topic ? Because I can see loads of such questions.
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comment How to identify complex time signatures?
Really close votes on this question ? Really?
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comment Instruments that challenge your ear
Theremin can both be made, in your words, linear and nonlinear. youtube.com/watch?v=w5qf9O6c20o
Jul
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comment Learn to hear the rhythm
You also have it but from your description, you are seemingly asking explicit user's manual from the songs. Just let it go and it will be much easier. The whole music industry is tuned to hint you the beat so don't worry too much about where the beat or rhythm might be. Instead try to move less consciously.
Jul
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comment Where did the term backbeat come from?
Wiki has some info on backbeat but another related term is for example, four on the floor which is also another working musician lingo. They mostly come from musician-to-musician slang.
Jul
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comment What is the difference between a musical and a rock opera?
@leewhite that's a lost battle ;) look for my answers on meta.
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comment Major Blues Scale over I-IV-V progression
@Tim Sure, what I meant is that it is the basis for calling them sus pended, aug mented, dim inished etc.
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comment Major Blues Scale over I-IV-V progression
@Tim It has an implicit compared to the standard minor and major scale.
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revised 10,000 Hours Regime - Drums
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comment 10,000 Hours Regime - Drums
@TomGranot-Scalosub Oh sorry I took some things for granted. I'll better update the answer.
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comment 10,000 Hours Regime - Drums
Regarding the communication, it is often enough to give the three essentials that is the riding cymbal (hi-hat or ride), the kick and the snare. Mostly you won't bother to write the fills because they are really boring to write and read :) You just write fill 2 beats at the top and leave the bars empty.
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comment 10,000 Hours Regime - Drums
@TomGranot-Scalosub Oh yes, I forgot that. It is unfortunate that we don't have any standards on drum notation (only classical music has some sort of a standard but it doesn't apply to many contemporary settings). Hence you would always find a legend to read a particular piece somewhere be it a tab or score. That would give you a lot of diverse info on conventions. Actually it's not that much of a thing to read drum notes. They are mostly repetitive and you get the idea most of the time real quick (as opposed to a piano roll across many octaves). It's just trying to act like musicians :) (ctd)
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answered 10,000 Hours Regime - Drums
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comment Simulating speaker distortion with Doppler shift
From the point you are standing (usually) and the speed of sound, I would say it's not audible (I'm sure someone will claim that s/he can hear it) Note that Doppler shift happens with uniformly dec/increasing distance. Otherwise it's just garbled. It's the same with a fixed tweeter/subwoofer combo and shaking your head.
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comment Is closed hi-hat the same as foot hi-hat
@AsianSquirrel That's pretty hard to confuse on a question about closed/open hihats... ;)