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Oct
31
comment How to choose drum pitches?
Going to leave this open for now in case other people answer and I get more information, but that's a great answer! Almost definitely going to be the accepted answer.
Feb
12
comment What is this common chord pattern, if that's the right term?
I guess, yeah....but I figured it was an arpeggiated chrod.
Feb
12
comment What is this common chord pattern, if that's the right term?
I know, but why is that so common? Is there a name for that pattern? I mean, googling "first fifth and octave" doesn't exactly turn up much. I also just added in that this is re: piano, forgot to specify that. I don't know about other instruments.
Oct
10
comment Technique for octaves on piano without pain?
Oh my God, I wish that video was of me. That's the person who made the arrangement; she's a professional concert pianist. I'm pretty good, but I'm not NEARLY that good. But thanks for the complement anyway, haha.
Apr
23
comment Learning 4/5 trills on the piano?
What's so adamantly terrible about tensing your forearms?
Mar
24
comment What exactly does a 3 mean over a quarter note and an 8th note?
Hell of an answer. The image really drives the point home; hope it helps others in the future, although they should definitely read both answers. Good information on this page. Thanks.
Mar
24
comment What exactly does a 3 mean over a quarter note and an 8th note?
Also I like your username :)
Mar
24
comment What exactly does a 3 mean over a quarter note and an 8th note?
So if those two notes (the triplet) were in the treble clef, over two ordinary eighth notes in the bass clef, then the overall order of notes being hit is: the first note of each line simultaneously, then the triplet quarter note on top, then the other eight note on the bottom?