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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
16
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
15
reviewed Looks OK Why is “A” not used for augmented in Chord symbols?
Apr
15
reviewed Looks OK What exactly is the act of playing behind the beat?
Apr
10
answered Get time signatures to show up in a ChordNames context
Apr
10
asked Get time signatures to show up in a ChordNames context
Apr
9
reviewed Close Cheap Audio Interface for the Rode NT1
Apr
9
reviewed Approve How do you play two consecutive up bows?
Apr
7
revised What is a “flat wrist”?
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Apr
7
comment With respect to right hand guitar technique, what does it mean to not scoop?
music.stackexchange.com/questions/20637/what-is-a-flat-wrist -- I think that this is a similar idea in the context of bass guitar.
Apr
7
answered Ηοw can I generate larger than the default images of chord diagrams using Lilypond?
Apr
4
accepted Does our hearing generate neural signals for harmonics?
Apr
4
answered Does our hearing generate neural signals for harmonics?
Mar
28
reviewed No Action Needed What guitar tunings allow many chords without fretting between “live” strings
Mar
27
revised Sharps vs Flats - Formula to determine correct sharp and flat notes in a scale
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Mar
25
revised Sharps vs Flats - Formula to determine correct sharp and flat notes in a scale
replaced b's with HTML code for flat symbol: ♭