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revised Effective way to notate triplets
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comment How to recognize the end of a piece of music
Generally true, but you can't go strictly by the arm thing--particularly if the piece in question is particularly long, and as a result lends itself to longer pauses ( cough _Mahler_ cough).
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reviewed Approve What is a simple way to determine the notes in a scale?
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Nov
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answered How to recognize the end of a piece of music
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Nov
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comment How is 12-bar blues harmonically possible?
Common practice harmony is only strictly attributed to common practice music.
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revised How do I parameterize text in a re-used section of Lilypond notes?
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comment Beginner replacing guitar strings
Ooh, can't wait to see our guitar heads have a go at this question! In the meantime, I would remove just the broken string so that the broken ends don't damage your finish or something by accident. Leave the rest of the strings on--you generally don't want to have all of the strings off at once since that totally releases the tension on your neck and truss rod.
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reviewed Reject Why does the dominant chord contain a flattened 7th?
Nov
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answered Is this piece supposed to be played by one person?
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comment Why do musicians prefer to play in certain keys?
@Dave That's why I said "technique considerations related to pitch class".
Nov
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comment Why do musicians prefer to play in certain keys?
@Dave That is true, but is based on the tessitura of the piece of music, not the key. A piece normally in G, but has notes just outside the range of the singer might be transposed down to Eb, but at the same time, a different piece in Eb that goes too low for the singer might be transposed up to G.
Nov
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comment A machine for automatic tremolo picking
If OP is talking about the blue LED, then this is definitely it -- my guess is he was running through some kind of effect to give the illusion of tremolo.
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answered Why do musicians prefer to play in certain keys?