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Sep
16
accepted Tips for singing while dehydrated?
Sep
15
comment Tips for singing while dehydrated?
@Sergio, hmm, good question whether gum is ok. (Caramel, assuming you mean candies, is food so wouldn't be.) Would that help? I don't tend to chew gum normally so I don't know what effects it produces.
Sep
15
asked Tips for singing while dehydrated?
Jun
18
accepted Tips for tuning a dulcimer/psaltery/etc with arthritis?
Jun
18
comment Tips for tuning a dulcimer/psaltery/etc with arthritis?
Yes, this approach works! For testing I duct-taped a longer dowel to my T wrench; that's not the long-term solution you want, but it was easy to experiment with.
Jun
14
comment Techniques to Improve Vocal Volume?
Or tell the drummer to listen to the mix in headphones if he can't tone it down.
Jun
13
comment Techniques to Improve Vocal Volume?
@Meeka, when you're crammed into a tight space, do you need the monitors? Can you see and hear each other well enough without them, thus eliminating the feedback problem?
Jun
5
reviewed Satisfactory Should the soloist watch the conductor?
Jun
3
reviewed Needs Improvement scales on the guitar
Jun
3
reviewed Excellent Difference between Baritone and Euphonium
Jun
3
reviewed Satisfactory Create deep bass effect like Osmos for iPad soundtrack
Jun
3
reviewed Satisfactory Why are these notes separated on the stave?
Jun
3
reviewed Satisfactory What are Accidental notes?
May
29
comment Tips for tuning a dulcimer/psaltery/etc with arthritis?
Oh wow. Thank you for pointing out Tom Doughty to me, and also for the great suggestion about extending the T wrench. That sounds like it would work well and shouldn't be too hard to fabricate.
May
21
comment Is there any real difference between Counterpoint and Polyphony?
Right, not all rennaisance polyphony is counterpoint, not by a long shot. I agree with the first sentence of your first comment -- counterpoint is a type of polyphony.
May
17
awarded  Yearling
Apr
19
comment Techniques for memorizing a musical idea and “saving it to paper”
@UlfÅkerstedt, I've done that. :-) (I once asked to borrow a phone so I could call my own voicemail to do this.)
Apr
19
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
19
comment Is this piece of renaissance music really in the locrian mode?
Hi again. Did you ever get a chance to ask around? Thanks.