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Jul
17
comment How I do memorize guitar notes?
Does the Spanish guitar has different chords?
Jan
28
comment What is this musical symbol (inverted “Z” inside a staff)
@steveverrill The term that can be memorized well. Some guys insist on do, re, mi or even ut, re mi. So, what?!
Jan
21
comment Where to upload (keyboard) transcriptions?
IMLSP hosts only material free of copyright. When you have a transciption of e.g. a movie soundtrack your upload should be rejected.
Dec
31
comment What's the concert pitch for Saint Petersburg Philharmonic?
Why dod care if you have nothing to compare?
Dec
31
comment What's the concert pitch for Saint Petersburg Philharmonic?
Do you have a recording? You could try to measure it with your tuner or with a reference sound.
Jan
2
comment How can I notate this slur with LilyPond?
@dom Thanks for that try. But it's still a block of nothing for me.
Nov
29
comment Effective way to notate triplets
Yes I know that I can start and stop the beams with []. But that isn't what I am looking for. Can't I tell Lilypond to write 100 triplets with automatic beaming?
Nov
7
comment Effective way to notate triplets
Well, all your examples show some inadequate pictures. First (as my example) has correct brackets but wrong beaming. Second and third has a bracket over multiple triplets. I write a piece with triplet over several staves. (as at page 4 of javanese.imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/5/50/…) It's not a pleasure to find somewhere the bracket number instead about the triplet itself. Isn't there an effective way to write triplets.
Nov
7
comment Effective way to notate triplets
meta: How do you include the graphic in the answer (or question)?
Dec
29
comment Is there a computer program to transcribe songs to sheet music?
When you want to play the piece in public you need the printed sheet music anyway. So, buy it.
Dec
29
comment With sheet music, what happens with sharps and double sharps that are already sharped in the key signature?
When you add a sharp to a Fis you geht a Fisis, no G, Although there are instruments like the piano where you would play this with the G key.