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Mar
2
answered How do professional accompanying musicians (seem to) figure out songs instantly?
Mar
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comment Equivalent Key Signatures
Re Colin's answer - you never defined whether the key was the key of the piece, or the key the instruments part is written in to compensate. E.g. if the tune is basically in G maj., the trumpet part would be written in A .My experiece says that horn players prefer to read in flats, whereas guitarists prefer sharps - every open string on a guitar is the tonic of a # key, and it's maybe easier to sharpen a guitar note than flatten it, but brass players find it easier to flatten notes.
Feb
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answered Can an accidental carry over to the next measure?
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Feb
19
answered Key signature for writing in modes other than major and minor
Feb
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answered “slash” chords, e.g. B/F♯ - are these only for inversions, or can any note be the bass note?
Feb
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answered What is the difference between a mode and a scale?
Feb
15
answered How to accurately intonate a 3 saddle telecaster?
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Feb
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answered As a guitarist, how can I learn to sight-read music?