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Apr
14
revised Can someone help me with the counting of this piano piece please?
Added reference to Acciaccatura
Apr
14
revised Can someone help me with the counting of this piano piece please?
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Apr
14
answered Can someone help me with the counting of this piano piece please?
Apr
6
comment Collective word for sharps and flats in the key signature
I often feel that a term for this is missing in English. I like this proposal to introduce the word "incidentals" as a term for sharps/flats in the key signature.
Mar
15
comment Musical “ellipsis mark” (name & usage of this symbol)
Great! I have long wanted a sign for this use to notate when I need a reminder for what's coming on next line. I didn't know this existed...!
Mar
15
comment Heavy but silent acoustic drumming
I think you just have to try out, and see what works best for you. The ideal would be to mic up the others and have a monitor for you, but I guess that is not an option since you said "without mics and speakers"?
Mar
15
comment Heavy but silent acoustic drumming
Sound reflection could be reduced by putting up some woolly blankets or something at the lower part in front of the set. As for you hearing the others, maybe you could sit on the side of the others, so that the shield only stops sound out to the audience.
Mar
15
reviewed Leave Open Best system to store sheet music when in use
Mar
15
comment Notehead or note head?
This is already answered properly with good references. I just want to add that the reason the separated version exist, is probably that it is common in the english language to not compound two words into one like this, but obviously, in some cases like this, it is done.
Mar
15
answered Heavy but silent acoustic drumming
Mar
2
comment In MuseScore, is it possible to add tab to an existing bass notation so I'd get both notation and tabs for bass?
Copy/paste is quite fast and easy. You can even copy from one voice to another.
Feb
8
comment Why is this stripe (or N) used to display a crotchet rest?
It also takes less vertical space when you have multiple voices in same line as here.
Feb
8
awarded  Announcer
Dec
17
comment In MuseScore, is it possible to add tab to an existing bass notation so I'd get both notation and tabs for bass?
You can make the bass part first in a separate project like you said you did, and then select and copy everything into this project at the right voice.
Dec
16
revised Do the notes of a chord form parallel octaves, even when they are not played simultaneously?
How a sequence of notes sounds like to define what the chord is
Dec
16
answered Do the notes of a chord form parallel octaves, even when they are not played simultaneously?
Dec
15
revised In MuseScore, is it possible to add tab to an existing bass notation so I'd get both notation and tabs for bass?
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Dec
15
answered In MuseScore, is it possible to add tab to an existing bass notation so I'd get both notation and tabs for bass?
Dec
15
comment How can I teach a student who seems to have no rhythm?
I think metronome is "too steady" and not flexible enough to use for learning the consept of rythm. It is important to learn to recognize your own internal rythm before trying to adapt to external rythm. This answer was spot on!