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


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Sep
20
revised Melodic Minor - Uses
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Sep
20
comment Melodic Minor - Uses
@CalebHines Ah, right. I asked this late at night. Thanks for pointing that out.
Sep
20
asked Melodic Minor - Uses
Sep
19
comment Why does this key change work?
Video does not exist
Jul
30
comment A natural minor and A Phrygian dominant
I understand what you are trying to ask. But could you provide the chord progression or an mp3 to your song?
Jul
30
comment A natural minor and A Phrygian dominant
It would help if you could provide the chord progressions.
Jul
23
comment My Jazz Piano Improv Phrasing Sounds Horrible
I'd be very surprised if you're not an excellent musician. Nice answer.
Jul
18
comment Is there a minimum of notes and chords i need to determine the key of a song?
@Tim Yes. It's what I usually do if I'm trying to play by ear.
Jul
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comment Is there a minimum of notes and chords i need to determine the key of a song?
If you can find the 2 half-note steps you can find out the key.
Apr
28
comment How to catch up with grade one level piano?
@user10467 This website has helped me immensely. I definately recommend it. musictheory.net
Apr
23
comment How do you compose tuplets against straight notes?
My question is how can I figure out how to play this with out listening to it. I can hear how it is played, but I want to have a better understanding of how tuplets interfere with "normal" notes.
Apr
23
comment How do you compose tuplets against straight notes?
Would you know how to play the 5th measure in Moonlight Sonata? There are three triplets with a dotted eighth followed by a 16th on top of it. everynote.com/goods.pic/Bee_son14.gif
Apr
22
comment What is this scale? [Root , +1 , +3 , +1 , +2 , +1 , +3 , +1 (Root again)]
This scale is known as the Phrygian Dominant scale.
Apr
15
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