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May
12
revised One amplifier, two different instruments
added reverse idea.
May
12
comment One amplifier, two different instruments
What style of music?
May
12
revised One amplifier, two different instruments
added reverse idea.
May
12
answered One amplifier, two different instruments
May
10
accepted Get time signatures to show up in a ChordNames context
May
10
comment Why are pure tones depicted as sine waves?
@JIK do you have examples of these other periodic functions?
May
8
comment Ballroom music in today's music
Question is probably a better match for the "Music Fans" (beta) SE
Apr
29
reviewed No Action Needed Adding French Horn to Trumpet and Flugelhorn?
Apr
28
reviewed No Action Needed Resistance change on the GST of a keyboard YPG235
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Help with falsetto
Apr
25
comment What does it mean to play a note for half a second?
@thePetProjectProgrammer I never said 220Hz -- I pointed out the 220 oscillations to emphasize that there are still a large number of complete cycles even in one half of a second. The only time when you'll run into a problem is when the duration of the note is so short that it can't complete even a few of them.
Apr
25
comment What does it mean to play a note for half a second?
Since the ear effectively does frequency analysis an uncertainty relation applies en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourier_transform#Uncertainty_principle -- thus a very short short signal does not have a well defined frequency, rather is has a spread of frequencies.
Apr
25
revised What does it mean to play a note for half a second?
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Apr
25
comment What does it mean to play a note for half a second?
I guess that I learned a rule of thumb that is slightly more stringent than you.
Apr
25
answered What does it mean to play a note for half a second?
Apr
24
comment What is the difference between sharp note & flat note?
In 5-limit just intonation A# is lower ( 976.5 cents) than B flat (1017.6 [2-fifths, then a minor sixth up], or 996.1 [two fourths up] ).
Apr
22
revised Guitar technique
different way to emphasize the "edit"
Apr
20
comment Scientific references to singing?
Fundamentals of Musical Acoustics A. H. Benade, 1976?
Apr
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