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Guitarist of 10 years, Composer and music theory buff.

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Nov
10
comment Can the interference of a power drill damage a guitar's pickups?
Do you mean using the drill on the strings, or on the pickups directly?
Nov
8
reviewed No Action Needed Voice leading confusion
Nov
8
reviewed Reviewed Is it okay to remove the cork from a trumpet's mute?
Nov
8
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Why does this progression sound good, even if it not resolve to the root?
Nov
8
revised Why does this progression sound good, even if it not resolve to the root?
Copy edited. Removed historical information (e.g. ref. <http://meta.stackexchange.com/a/230693> and <http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/266164>).
Nov
7
reviewed Close Is it legal to sample a karaoke version of a song?
Nov
6
reviewed Close String bending on an acoustic?
Nov
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to calculate the resulting frequency of two tones played together?
Nov
5
revised D major in a C major Chord progression?
clarified what is being asked
Nov
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on indian-classical tag wiki
Nov
4
revised Identifying Vocal Harmonies
added 2 characters in body
Nov
4
comment Soft note marking
Grace notes aren't really soft notes though in the sense that they don't mark an already existing note. Grace notes are an addon to notes that are already there
Nov
4
revised Why do I sing a lot better post intense workout?
edited tags
Nov
3
revised What are “sweeping phrases”?
edited title
Nov
3
revised What are “sweeping phrases”?
added 371 characters in body
Nov
3
answered What are “sweeping phrases”?
Oct
31
comment Colorful sounding chords
Yes, specifically when they're the right balance of dissonant to what your ears are used to.
Oct
30
comment Why do I sing a lot better post intense workout?
@William I've edited to try and address some more things you can do :)
Oct
30
comment Why do I sing a lot better post intense workout?
I mean what vocal cord warm-ups do you do pre-gig, like scales, or exercises specific to the voice.
Oct
30
revised Why do I sing a lot better post intense workout?
Added some ideas for warming up without cardio training