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Feb
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reviewed Excellent Why “delta” chords?
Feb
20
reviewed Satisfactory How much higher will I realistically be able to sing with daily practice and dedication?
Feb
19
comment What is the Hanson system used for?
Given the origins, we might assume this system was taught as Eastman during Hanson's tenure. I found a PDF of his book here.
Feb
16
comment How do I write notation for multiple voicings?
Please explain what you mean by "These 3 notes are played in a dotted 1/4 note duration".
Feb
14
comment How to correctly classify different guitar tunings?
Do you mean terms like "open tuning" or "drop tuning"? +1, am interested as well.
Feb
14
reviewed No Action Needed Why do many songs in major keys use a bVII in the chord progression?
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open What's the difference in sound, between an acoustic guitar with a soundhole magnetic pickup and an electric guitar?
Jan
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reviewed Approve What is this musical symbol (inverted “Z” inside a staff)
Jan
27
reviewed Reviewed Sound-to-color synesthesia - a good and helpful thing?
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Jan
19
comment How does a flutist maintain a grip on the flute when the stops are open?
Reread my comment--I added some formatting that may clarify.
Jan
19
comment How does a flutist maintain a grip on the flute when the stops are open?
You shouldn't need any extra fingers to stabilize beyond what are called for in the note fingering. If the flute is moving between note changes, you likely just need to practice that change until it is smooth and quick. Finger movements should not be exaggerated.
Jan
19
comment How does a flutist maintain a grip on the flute when the stops are open?
@Mr.Boy Whenever the flute is being played, it is being stabilized by one or more fingers on keys in addition to the left hand heel and lip plate. So naturally, this will shift based on the note you're playing, but at any point, any one finger will do.
Jan
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