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comment What is the name of this musical symbol (squiggly line)?
A piano can play a gliss -- they'd basically just be hitting the chord there and then dragging their hand down across the keyboard.
Sep
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answered What is the name of this musical symbol (squiggly line)?
Sep
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comment How to properly connect my PC's external audio interface to my combo bass amp?
Also, based on your question, you have the original version of the BA-108 with the effects send/return on the back panel. And your Focusrite has 1/4" balanced outputs next to the RCA jacks. If those are in use, you can still use one of the RCA outputs to go to the effects return, you'd just need one half of a stereo RCA cable, and a 1/4"-RCA adapter on one end.
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answered How to properly connect my PC's external audio interface to my combo bass amp?
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comment Piano with two treble clefs and 8va on grand staff
@NoviceInDisguise My favorite example of that is halfway through youtube.com/watch?v=QwFMn2rPvqc
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comment What do uncommon time signatures consist of?
You would have to invent a ninth-note notation. A quarter or eighth note under a partial tuplet wouldn't cut it since that would only make sense relative to a 2-power time signature, which would be undefined in this context.
Aug
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comment Kahler vs Floyd Rose
Don't they ask and answer that very question in the video? 2:05
Aug
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comment What are the practical reasons for still having transposing instruments?
@Yarin Thats both a bit of a joke and an advanced theory concept. "Cash register" is a pun on the concept that there is a register of the instrument, and proficiency in playing in that register is what professionals use to make their $$$. A 'partial' is a member of the harmonic series inherent in any brass instrument, which exists relative to the key of the instrument.
Aug
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comment Is there a term that describes straight 8ths / 16ths vs swing?
@NoelWalters I'll bet 'probation' was an autocorrect typo--I edited.
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revised Is there a term that describes straight 8ths / 16ths vs swing?
fixed typos
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answered How to setup Ivory ii for a live performance?
Jul
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comment C Melody Saxophone
Thanks for editing -- that's better.
Jul
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comment C Melody Saxophone
Hi Jacob, This question seems to be more about transposing instruments than it is about the C melody sax specifically. Have you seen this question? music.stackexchange.com/questions/7225/… It goes into this topic in detail. Let me know if that's what you were looking for, and I'll close this as a duplicate.
Jul
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comment Collective word for sharps and flats in the key signature
@11684 It's ultimately up to the editor's style decision, though. I hear you, but "requires" isn't accurate since no one interpreting a score is going to treat a new key signature as anything other than superseding the old one.
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answered How to transcribe the impossible?
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