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Mar
5
answered Is it acceptable to change tempo in the middle of a song or is this a bad idea?
Mar
5
revised What is it called when a music has two concurrent tempos
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Mar
5
answered What is it called when a music has two concurrent tempos
Mar
4
comment How does a pipe organist deal with latency or delay?
A quick comment about iPads, this is assuming of course that every touch of the iPad is a perfect touch and there is nothing inhibiting the screen. It also depends a bit on the quality of the coding.
Mar
4
comment Preparing for my first jazz gig
If you know all the tunes you're playing ahead of time, analyze the chords - see if you can find common scales among chords. You may find that a sheet with 16 chords in it might only need two scales, which may end up only being one scale shape that you can then transpose at the proper time to "catch" the changes. No one will knock you for playing simple. As others have said, it's when you try and do too much that will make you stick out and look foolish, especially when your sitting with someone who's got chops.
Mar
3
revised Where to go for basic help with college prep for a career in Music Therapy?
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Mar
3
revised Why do harmonics played on guitar sound lower as you move to higher frets while fretted notes sound higher?
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Mar
3
comment Why do harmonics played on guitar sound lower as you move to higher frets while fretted notes sound higher?
I thought the answer to this was clear in my explanation. I will edit to be more explicit.
Mar
3
answered Where to go for basic help with college prep for a career in Music Therapy?
Mar
3
answered Why do harmonics played on guitar sound lower as you move to higher frets while fretted notes sound higher?
Feb
25
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Feb
25
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Feb
24
answered How to improve the process of transcribing my music into notation?
Feb
22
comment Changing from bass to saxophone
@RockinCowboy Yes you are right, there is an edit history, so anyone can look at the changes made (or un-made, as it were). We need to be vigilant about how edits are approved. tv's edits only happened because someone approved the edit.
Feb
22
comment How can i improve my intonation on violin?
@DeusDeceit - No need to be defensive, I was only trying to clarify your confusion as to why a violin has a fingerboard and a guitar a fretboard.
Feb
22
comment How can i improve my intonation on violin?
How slowly do you practice? If you constantly practice excruciatingly slow, you will develop a very good sense of spacing / proportion. Thus, your fingers will be sure and intonation will improve.
Feb
22
comment How can i improve my intonation on violin?
Technically speaking, on a guitar, it's called a "fretboard" and on the violin (et. al) it's called a "fingerboard". The distinction should be obvious.
Feb
22
comment Changing from bass to saxophone
Thanks Rockin' - just trying to keep things in perspective.
Feb
22
revised Changing from bass to saxophone
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Feb
21
answered Changing from bass to saxophone