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Hello there. I play the piano, guitar, and most recently the violin.


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comment Practicing guitar for 10 minutes on every 50 minutes work cycle
It is a very good way to practice.
Apr
11
comment Is there such thing as a piano-like keyboard with all whole tones between two adjacent white keys?
There are way more scales and chords than you think. There's no way to get around it... If you want to succeed as a pianist you need to know all your scales and all your chords. If you learn music theory it simplifies the process of learning them a lot.
Apr
3
comment How to overcome the frustration while you are developing demanding techniques?
I just started but I've found this tutorial very helpful youtube.com/watch?v=77ScJgcOhZ0 I just about have the first rhythm down in about an hour.
Apr
2
comment Correct terminology for chord inversions
What if you have a Csus4 in first inversion? Would it be Csus4 or Fsus2?
Feb
24
comment Octave clef: common usage?
@Tim There many different clefs. I've only seen bass and treble clefs in piano though. Other instruments use different clefs. Here is a list of clefs: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clef
Feb
24
comment Without any education in music how do I learn to play an instrument?
If you understand English, you can find many tutorials on how to play the guitar on YouTube. I myself have never had guitar lessons. Everything I know is thanks to the internet. Good luck!
Feb
23
awarded  Commentator
Feb
23
comment A Major Key Song for a Sad Lyrics - a Mismatch?
Just about every music teacher will tell you that major keys will sound happy and minor will sound sad. This is only partially true. I have written sad songs in major keys and vice versa. It just depends on how you put the chords together, the tempo, and most importantly what you're feeling right in that moment.
Jan
31
comment Improvisation on Piano
Playing in a major scale and soloing in the minor? Never heard of that.
Jan
28
comment What is this scale?
I've been playing this scale and didn't even know what it was. Thanks
Dec
25
comment What are some useful ear training exercises for moving beyond two-note interval training?
This website has helped me tremendously. I really really recommend it. musictheory.net/exercises
Oct
22
comment Improvisation on Piano
I know that their are other questions on this matter. But they didn't quite ask what I needed.
Oct
22
asked Improvisation on Piano
Oct
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
7
comment Uses for augmented chords in composition
I've asked my self the same question. It's hard to use because it's not found in the major or minor scale. It's found in the harmonic and melodic minor.
Sep
12
comment What determines a chord's name?
It's pretty interesting how the diminished 7th is 4 diminished chords in one. I have a question though. Why is the 7th flatted twice instead of once?
Jul
22
accepted How to teach music
Jul
22
accepted Back pain from playing violin
Jul
15
asked Back pain from playing violin
Jul
5
comment How to teach music
@jjmusicnotes Yeah I was thinking the same thing. I hope that there are some kids that play at least a little.