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Jan
27
awarded  Student
Jan
27
revised At the research of some folklore russian accordion tunes
edited body
Jan
27
revised Are “The Carnival of the Animals” and “Danse Macabre” the same piece?
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Jan
27
asked At the research of some folklore russian accordion tunes
Jan
27
suggested suggested edit on Are “The Carnival of the Animals” and “Danse Macabre” the same piece?
Nov
10
answered Finding chords that match with single notes
Aug
23
awarded  Editor
Aug
21
comment Is there any way to improve composing?
as Paul McCartney said "Remember to let it into your heart, then you can start to make it better..."
Aug
20
comment What chord is formed by the open strings of a guitar in standard (EADGBe) tuning?
As I have never liked this chord, I never wondered what it could be :-)
Aug
20
answered Is there any way to improve composing?
Aug
19
comment Lorem Ipsum in music
@Alex, I am not sure Lorem ipsum was made to look like english. Original text comes from Cicero - De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum (Liber Primus)
Aug
15
awarded  Teacher
Aug
15
comment Music Theory: Frequencies related to playing a note on guitar
Well I don't know what to say. I just picked one of my guitars (folk accoustic), and I don't hear that 3rd harmonic so strong. As for the 2 harmonic, it is still an E, one octave upper the fundamental, I see no problem with this. @Dave answers pointing on studies where there is perceived pitch while the fundamental is missing is really interesting. It kinds of remember the Fraunhofer MP3 algorithms that substract frequencies that the human ear will perceive all the same.
Aug
15
comment Music Theory: Frequencies related to playing a note on guitar
the problem with the pluck is that it is a precussive noise, with transients, containing hyper fast varying frequencies... it obviously blurs your spectrum. a spectrum is ideally for a continous sound.
Aug
15
comment Music Theory: Frequencies related to playing a note on guitar
Uh... what have you done to your guitar ? this time it has almost the sound of a sitar, with one sympathetic string doing the B. Maybe you play a dobro resonator or a banjo ;-), but there is definitely a resonance on B, that is HUGE. There must be a physical cause.
Aug
15
comment Music Theory: Frequencies related to playing a note on guitar
well, the sound is not pure :-) at the beginning there is a foreign vibration, as if the strings was buzzing when played: have you check the action of your strings that may be too low... sometimes the angle of the neck of the guitar might produce such buzz too. Then about the sound, I have been astonished, maybe there is a resonance phenomenon... but the B harmonic is clearly huge and I hear it well. Try to do spectrum analysis only on the second half of the sound, where the buzz is no longer, and where the B harmonic has mostly disappeared (maybe the first was the cause of the second)
Aug
15
answered Music Theory: Frequencies related to playing a note on guitar
Jul
22
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Jul
22
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