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Apr
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Apr
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comment What are the differences between tone, note and pitch?
@UlfÅkerstedt For sure. Here I'm mostly trying to distinguish between terms, rather than give 100% complete definitions.
Apr
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Mar
26
revised What can I do about my problems with piano scales which manifest in just one direction?
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Mar
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Mar
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Mar
12
comment On the piano, how should you play staccato with the pedal?
@BobRodes That's a very interesting use! Thanks for sharing.
Feb
9
comment What are the differences between tone, note and pitch?
Both can be. In their looser sense, they can also correspond to what sounds like one frequency but is not actually, if your focus is on hearing/perception.
Jan
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Jan
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Jan
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comment What type of exercises should a guitar beginner do?
Please leave thanks out of questions. An appropriate comment on the relevant answers would be OK, and better yet make sure to upvote :)
Jan
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Dec
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revised Can you help me to identify, solve or improve my vocal problems?
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Dec
30
comment Can you help me to identify, solve or improve my vocal problems?
I believe the "sparseness" of your recording is due to low audio quality. And in general, I don't think you're going to make much progress with this approach. The timbre of your voice is mostly determined by your physiology and the vast majority of what you see in a waveform, besides frequency and amplitude, is not something you can reliably pick out and work on. You should probably be asking how to solve your vocal problems, rather than deciding on a method and then trying to make it work.
Dec
29
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