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Nov
19
comment Is there software that can derive the musical notes from an audio file?
Carl, I respectfully submit to you that we can safely assume when some one uses the word "note" in the context of music it should be interpreted as a notation for both pitch, duration, and touch (e.g. tremolo, pizzicato, etc).
Nov
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
2
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
30
comment What is this part of the guitar called (see pic)?
Well thank you for the info.
Sep
30
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
27
answered What is this part of the guitar called (see pic)?
Sep
20
comment How would one create music based on the principles of Cubism?
No reply so far, but I will keep you posted should one come my way.
Sep
17
awarded  Scholar
Sep
17
accepted How would one create music based on the principles of Cubism?
Sep
12
comment How would one create music based on the principles of Cubism?
FYI I have sent an email to Prof. Magnuson with this question too.
Sep
12
comment How would one create music based on the principles of Cubism?
+1 for sure for your excellent research, Prof. Phillip Magnuson makes some very useful connections between music and art movements of the 20th century. Thank you for that link.
Sep
12
comment How would one create music based on the principles of Cubism?
Thank you @jjmusicnotes, your pointer to Stravinsky is a real gem, certainly appreciated. I will follow up with this lead.
Sep
12
awarded  Student
Sep
12
asked How would one create music based on the principles of Cubism?
Aug
26
comment What contributes to good piano posture?
Excellent, and mentioning the stretches makes this wonderful. No matter what instrument you play, stretches will help and so will taking deep breathes while you warm up.
Aug
22
comment How to compose a simple “introduction” to a short musical piece?
Well, thank you for the additional correct terms. It is always best to use the proper nomenclature, but 'upside down' and 'backwards' get to the point faster.
Aug
22
comment What is the best way to break using the pedal too frequently?
Disconnect the pedal, or put a box over it so you can't engage it.
Aug
21
comment How to compose a simple “introduction” to a short musical piece?
You are 100% correct, but aren't we splitting hairs?