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answered Why do harmonics sound good?
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comment Why do harmonics sound good?
I don't think this is true: Neurons are excited by a bending wave of the basilar membrane in the cochlea. Different frequencies are simply exciting different areas on the membrane and there is nothing inherently different about harmonic or in-harmonic excitation. Neither one results in equal spacing of the excitation points.
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comment What chord is this and when is it the dominant?
Could also be a Cm6, especially with C as a root here.
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comment Learn music professionally, not classical and not jazz?
check out berklee.edu
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