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comment Should I buy an Audio Interface for USB microphone?
Product recommendations are off-topic here; I've edited that part out of your question.
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reviewed Leave Closed Is it possible to get decent MIDI sound with Windows laptop?
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comment Trumpets in (alt-)rock
This site is for musicians, not for listeners or recommendations.
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revised Physics behind why a bugle can play several notes, while a whistle only plays one note
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revised How can I improve my classical guitar vibrato technique
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comment Word for the entire chord progression of a song?
You could say the chords of the song, I guess. I don't believe there's a singular word for it.
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comment Is it possible to get decent MIDI sound with Windows laptop?
Hi texnic. Software recommendations are off-topic here. You do have a valid question about how MIDI works and your PC's limitations, so if you want to edit the question to bring that out and focus on just that we could re-open the question.
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comment Word for the entire chord progression of a song?
I'm not sure what you're asking. You'd refer to an entire song as a song :P. You can break that down into verses, chorus, etc. possibly.
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comment Phrase for playing sequences of notes?
Playing an arbitrary sequence of notes on the guitar is often called "noodling".
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comment Phrase for playing sequences of notes?
@Anthony Generally you would call it a "random" phrase/melody/etc. or something along those lines. I would take "I was just playing a phrase/melody" to refer to something specific they knew beforehand.
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comment Is sensitive a vaild alternative name for the leading tone?
I'm pretty sure that's a mistranslation.
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comment Wrist, Age and Very Depressed
Sounds like you just need to give it some time off to heal. But we're not doctors -- I'm not sure that this question is on-topic.
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reviewed Approve How to prep vocals for a gig?
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comment Fingers 'stuck' on keys
This is a good suggestion as well. Sometimes learning to do something one way means learning all the other ways it can be done, and then not doing them :P