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Sep
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answered Trying to get sound from two amps through two headphones
Sep
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comment How to dampen an amp's volume for recording?
Stuffing an open back will have the opposite effect, especially at low frequencies. While the open back emits sound to the rear, it's out of phase with the sound out front so most of the low frequencies will cancel out. There is a also good cancellation to the sides. Technically speaking it's the difference between dipole and monopole radiation. That's why open back is useless for bass
Sep
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revised Why is it called a Perfect Fifth?
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Sep
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answered Why is it called a Perfect Fifth?
Sep
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comment Best ways of storing sheet music
Probably off topic but: I have scanned everything and put it on a large tablet. I can take a huge number of songs along easily, I find them quickly and have never any problems with bad stage lighting. Scrolling is also quite easy (after a bit of practice, that is )
Aug
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answered Why does my mono microphone have a three-pin plug?
Jul
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answered Why are bass guitars so much shorter than a double bass?
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comment Finger Picking vs. using a Pick on Bass Guitar
According to commandment #6 "Thou shalt not ... honk with a pick when thy fingers are the way of the truth" :) i.imgur.com/dJSDK4q.jpg
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comment Is there a name for a piece of music that wanders about in tempo?
Typically we call that "bad drummer" :-)
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comment How to remotely listen to acoustic piano accompanist, so they can record a track with no voice, but at my tempo?
@mey: it seems the problem that the OP describes has nothing to do with Skype itself but with the playback setup. This is independent of the VoIP in use. I'm assuming that the OP misdiagnosed the problem, but of course I could be wrong here.
Feb
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answered How to remotely listen to acoustic piano accompanist, so they can record a track with no voice, but at my tempo?
Jan
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comment What is a perfect fifth?
The problem here is that the two explanations mean two totally different things: the first refers to "perfect" or "harmonic" vs. "temperate". For example in the key of A the perfect 5th is 330Hz and the temperate 5th is 329.63Hz. The second explanations defines "perfect" vs. "diminished". Which refers to an interval of either 7 or 6 half steps. Both definitions have nothing to do with each other and are not a great choice of words
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answered Does our hearing generate neural signals for harmonics?
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answered Using my keyboard overseas
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answered Reducing amplifier sound bleeding into mics in a theater setting