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I play the double bass, electric bass, most brass instruments - with a preference for the low - and some other instruments, as well as sing (choir, á capella and solo). I know a fair bit of music theory and arranging, as well as some musical acoustics. I have a huge crush on musical instruments in general. My main focus is jazz and related genres, but I find myself in other contexts now and then.


Nov
28
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
Nov
27
comment Playing guitar pieces flawlessly
@awe: fair enough. :-)
Nov
26
comment My mandible is abnormal — can I play the trumpet?
Some trumpeters have their mouthpieces bent by an instrument maker in order to achieve another angle of the trumpet when playing (or to compensate for an overbite). I understand that there is a risk of breaking the mouthpiece in the process, so be prepared for extra expenses, should you choose to try this.
Nov
21
revised What are the chords in the harmonic minor and the melodic minor scales?
Corrected scale chord spellings etc
Nov
15
comment How do I make funk rhythm guitar sound fuller and nicer?
But there's nothing wrong with plain dominant 7 chords. You might want to try to voice them with the seventh and third at the bottom and the root and/or fifth on top.
Nov
15
comment How do I make funk rhythm guitar sound fuller and nicer?
@TimH: Even if the chord symbols say dominant 7 you can add extensions at your own discretion (especially in funk or other jazz related genres). Just make sure that the extended notes don't conflict with notes of the melody, i.e. that the extended notes don't end up a semitone from a melody tone of the same scale step (e.g. don't play a natural 9 extension if the melody is on a b9, etc). Selecting extension notes that are diatonic to the key signature will likely work. :-)
Nov
15
answered What is a “D-10” Chord?
Nov
15
comment How do I make funk rhythm guitar sound fuller and nicer?
Are you really supposed to play full 5-6 string "simple" b7 chords? I would have expected more "trebly" 2-4 (top) string chords with 9 and 13 chord extensions/colorings. All in quite simple, but strict and tight rhythm.
Nov
14
revised Basso profundo question
added voice range tags
Nov
14
comment Basso profundo question
Perhaps not exactly what you are asking, but also see the answers to this question and this question
Nov
9
reviewed Edit suggested edit on What is a simple way to determine the notes in a scale?
Nov
9
revised What is a simple way to determine the notes in a scale?
easier to understand, makes the question more on-topic, fixed grammer errors, broader understanding
Nov
9
comment Magen Abot Scale - Indigenous Recordings
Hmm. Both these examples uses the harmonic minor scale a lot (or mainly) with some variations (such as b7). I didn't hear any minor seconds (b2) or major thirds (3) (with one exception), but a lot of perfect fifths (5) and natural seconds (2). So to my ears these examples don't use the scale formula you listed. I only had a quick low focus listen though. (As a side note different modes of the harmonic minor scale are at the core of jewish klezmer music.)
Nov
8
reviewed No Action Needed Beginner replacing guitar strings
Nov
8
comment How to make songs with chords that don't belong in a scale?
@KeithS: I believe you have the inversion nomenclature mixed up (or "inverted" if you will ;-) First inversion of a G7 chord for example is (from the bottom) B-D-F-G, second inversion is D-F-G-B, and third inversion is F-G-B-D. :-)
Nov
5
reviewed Reviewed My high E string broke after one week of replacing my guitar strings. Could that be an installation issue?
Nov
5
reviewed Leave Open Sound-to-color synesthesia - a good and helpful thing?
Nov
5
comment Difference between Baritone and Euphonium
Ah, the answer I've been longing for! Excellent! Can you perhaps refer to sources for further reading?
Nov
2
comment List of possible trichord/triad names
Also this question is related, but perhaps not what you are looking for.
Nov
1
comment List of possible trichord/triad names
This page at wikibooks.org, with the title Complete List of Chord Patterns, might be of interest to you.