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location Portugal
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I like programminga lot, I'm finding myself quite enthusiastic about it, always liked informatics in general and I'm usually a well-disposed person.

I also love playing music and such, starting to do quite well at the guitar, play for a few years just by myself.

And I also have a general interest in knowledge and aiding anyone that I'm able to.


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comment How do I find the accompaigning low-pitch note when playing fingerstyle?
thank you, I understand it's some fundamentals that I need, and that I what I wanted to know, thank you
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comment How do I find the accompaigning low-pitch note when playing fingerstyle?
@drmayhem I try to explain it the better I can... let me try another way, when playing in fingerstyle there are parts on the song where you pluck 2 strings at the same time right? for exemple, both E strings on the 5th fret, the low pitched note (the 6th string, the thickest, the E) will create the harmony for the next few notes on the highest pitched notes. So, how do you make them harmonize with each other? Specially because the same E string on the 5th fret can harmonize with many more other notes, and I wanted to know techniques or ways to find them..
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comment How do I find the accompaigning low-pitch note when playing fingerstyle?
@matthew I want to know how do I find the bass note on a song, I know that in Pachelbel's the bass note is usually the root note of the chord, but I have also played som other notes where the bass not is different from the other note you are playing at the same time
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comment How do I find the accompaigning low-pitch note when playing fingerstyle?
@raskolnikov yes, I think that's what I meant
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