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blues, blues rock, rock


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comment What is a “producer” in hip-hop music?
@Dr. Mayhem: this does not answer the question at all - what exactly does "oversees" and "manage" consist of. What's the difference of this than saying music producer produce the music. No offense guys, I support this question to be re-open and we need to invite better answers to this question.
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comment What is a “producer” in hip-hop music?
@Luke: I don't understand why you copied and pasted from wiki, then voted to close this question. Saying a music producer overseas the creation of music is just as meaningless as saying a CEO manages a company. In fact, many people know jack about what music producer does.
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comment What is a “producer” in hip-hop music?
Do they select music engineers or do they engineer the music themselves? Do they control the tempo of the music and organization like a a conductor in a orchestra? Or do they re-arrange a song structure or lyrics, or instruct the singer how to interpret a song like a director in making a film? We NEED to re-open this question. Why did this get close? I am sure someone who actually have music producing experience can give us some more "exact" answer instead of a general view that people find on google or wiki. Stackexchange is supposed to be better than wiki!
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comment What is a “producer” in hip-hop music?
+1 this is a good question. Please re-open this and we need better answers than wiki. Googling does not help me understand what a music producer does? What exactly does "overseas the creation of an album" actually mean?
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accepted How did “Mary had a little lamb” become popular blues?
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accepted What is the name for the guitar that doesn't have strings?
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comment Is the sound of a semi-hollowbody guitar significantly different from that of an equivalent solid body?
huh? the hollow wings lowers the mass, give more surface area for the acoustic to be released through the F-holes. If you cover the F-hole or stuff up the hollow of course you will find a noticeable difference. the reverse is also true.
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answered Is the sound of a semi-hollowbody guitar significantly different from that of an equivalent solid body?
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revised How to bend and release without flicking the other strings?
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comment What is the name for the guitar that doesn't have strings?
guess it's the miso I saw. so the name is "Digital Guitar"!
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asked What is the name for the guitar that doesn't have strings?
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revised How to bend and release without flicking the other strings?
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answered How to bend and release without flicking the other strings?