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comment Instruments that challenge your ear
Playing all chromatic notes (by bending) on a diatonic harmonica sure fits the question criteria IMO.
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comment Finger picking styles used in garage band app
@szydan: see e.g. meta.music.stackexchange.com/questions/240/…
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comment Why some musicians insist on naming notes using odd numbers?
Embarrassingly I reallize I didn't read the explanation you wrote for Csus11. I don't think I've ever seen that notation for what I would have written as C9sus4 (or possibly Gm7/C depending on context and intent) and thus assumed a C11 was intended. (On the other hand, as you know, the third is often omitted when voicing a C11.) Sorry to bother you. :-)
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comment Why some musicians insist on naming notes using odd numbers?
+1. I would have written C11 without the 'sus' since the 11 is an extension and not a suspended note.
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comment Is there a highest note representable on sheet music without using an octave higher notation?
A bit off track but for completeness I'd just like to add that the 15ma notation can be used when 8va isn't enough.