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Oct
18
comment Understanding V/ii♭9 Chord
Did you try playing it? Because to me it doesn't sound quite right...
Oct
17
answered Sound-to-color synesthesia - a good and helpful thing?
Oct
17
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
Oct
17
comment Max Payne theme scale
I didn't listen to all of it but in the beginning the harmony sounds like standard dominant V (without 7). The melody seems to be switching between natural and harmonic C minor scales (or perhaps some kind of dominant G scale; not so familiar with those).
Oct
12
comment Does this rhythm (dotted 8-16 8 8, hot po-ta-to) have a name?
Looks like habanera.
Oct
11
answered What fingering should be used for a chromatic scale separated by thirds on piano?
Oct
11
answered Any good tips on keeping pieces “on ice”?
Sep
28
answered How do you play loud notes on the piano without slapping the keys?
Sep
16
comment How to know whether a note is to be played with the left hand or the right hand?
@Benjamin: If you're worried about heresy you should know that Beethoven did not write it like that. He wrote no accent, no sf, no hairpins, the slur should start on a different note, and all the lower melody notes in this bar, from A to C# instead of just A, he wrote on the upper staff (suggesting that he did not suggest them to be played with the right hand). You can find the manuscript on IMSLP. In your version the editor clearly suggests right hand for A, though.
Sep
10
comment How to algorithmically find a chord progression for an infinite arbitrary melody?
Most obvious patterns: Only using chords Am, Dm, C, G7, E, and F. (Usually) the chord is chosen to contain at least one note from the pair. Actually I bet these rules alone would produce a very similar result.
Sep
10
revised How to algorithmically find a chord progression for an infinite arbitrary melody?
fixed and added some chords
Sep
7
comment What is Tempo (Speed): Moderate 4
What is the context? I can think of one place where I've seen this: when there's a piece with many different moderatos (and other tempos) this could indicate the return of the tempo and character of whatever was played when moderato was played the 4th time. Another guess for 4 would be "in 4". This could be useful if, for example, the (beginning of the) piece/part has a 2/2 -feel and one wants moderate quarter notes instead of moderate half notes. I actually think this second interpretation is more probable since you say "moderatE 4" instead of "moderatO 4".
Aug
28
revised practice of omitting notes in jazz piano
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Aug
28
answered practice of omitting notes in jazz piano
Aug
28
reviewed Satisfactory How to enter overlapping notes in Sibelius 7
Aug
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the difference between a Flanger and a Phaser?
Aug
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Sticks moving in my hands (weak grip?)
Aug
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Picking using forearms vs Picking using wrist for palm muting
Aug
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I improve my physical stamina for oboe playing?
Aug
12
revised What are all these symbols in some old sheet music?
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