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revised Playing barre chords without E strings - does it have a name?
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revised Where does the tradition of bowing after a performance come from?
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answered Playing barre chords without E strings - does it have a name?
Jan
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comment Piano vs Guitar Strings? Tension vs length?
Fanned fret guitars (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fanned-fret_guitar) exist, but the idea seems more common in basses.
Jan
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revised What is the job title of someone who comes up with lyrics and a beat, but not instrumentation?
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answered What is the job title of someone who comes up with lyrics and a beat, but not instrumentation?
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comment What is the job title of someone who comes up with lyrics and a beat, but not instrumentation?
Is this a rap song?
Jan
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comment What is the job title of someone who comes up with lyrics and a beat, but not instrumentation?
Did you come up with the melody for the lyrics?
Jan
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comment Low tuning recording
@topomorto I understand what you are saying now; my preconceptions on the technical meanings of words influenced my initial reading of the text.
Jan
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comment Low tuning recording
If the signal is periodic with a given frequency then there is energy at that frequency; this is a statement of physics. It is true that there doesn't need to be anything oscillating at, say, 27Hz in order for us to perceive that low pitch; this is a statement of psychoacoustics. The way you've written the first paragraph, to me at least, describes this in a way that confuses things.
Jan
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comment How to automatically create guitar chord diagrams for site?
IMHO, it is at least arguably about music notation. However, ultimately it looks like a "shopping request" to me: point me to the thing that has these features.
Jan
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comment Harmonic implications of an instrument's timbre
IMHO There's good reasons to think that aspects of the "linear" theory for consonance is physiologically based, see e.g. music.stackexchange.com/questions/26834/… or neuroscience-of-music.se/Octave-History.htm Note that the cochlea, though wound into a spiral, is effectively 1-dimensional.
Jan
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comment Alternative to the acoustic drum
Could you fill in additional details of exactly which type of drum(s) you are considering
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comment Odd question for our music producers
Also automatic double tracking
Jan
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revised What musical instruments JS Bach owned and had purchased during his career?
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revised How do you flatten a pure fifth by a fraction of the syntonic comma?
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answered How do you flatten a pure fifth by a fraction of the syntonic comma?
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revised What is the difference between sharp note & flat note?
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