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revised Can piano be self learned?
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answered Why are the chords C-E-G and G-C-E both considered C Maj?
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comment How much being a touch-typist can help learning the piano faster?
Wrists held high? While I'm aware this applies to piano, wrists should rest on a surface while typing (ergonomic keyboards like the MS 4000 have pads for that). This is different from the piano.
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comment Why can't I whistle and hum different notes at the same time?
I'm not a vocalist, but right now I've been able to hum a constant tone while whistling different tones. Not the other way round, though!
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comment Yamaha vs Casio digital piano - is there an objective comparison?
There's also Korg (sp-200, 250) in entry-level price range, comparable to Yamaha.
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comment What are the differences between tone, note and pitch?
I believe that note is more than a "named pitch", because it also carries information about the temporal length... Doesn't it?
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answered What is a good software that allows on-the-fly looping?
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comment How far “off” can a piano unison be and still be considered “in-tune”?
Btw- How are 'beats per second' related? A "beat" is a term usually related to the tempo (as in beats per minute), not pitch; we're just talking about plain Hertz, aren't we? Had me confused for a second...
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comment Sharp / Flat: Collectively known as property by what name?
When it expands to the scale of a whole society, I recognise it being called "in-tune-nation", while we're at it.