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comment metrical structure - levels of metrical grouping
@user3168961 they are equally weighted. The extra dot in the second measure means its the start of a grouping of measures.
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revised Intro/Outro standard practices for song to be included in DJ set
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reviewed No Action Needed Why do people sometimes write notes as E♯ or C♭?
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comment Generating a “flat” sound wave image from mp3
Sound waves don't look like that naturally...
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comment Why do people sometimes write notes as E♯ or C♭?
@200_success any kind of C to any kind of E is a third. I can't see accidentals you're applied to the notes, but the quality of the third is based off the distance in semitones between the notes. C to E is a major 3rd and has a distance of 4 semitones between the notes. C to E# is an augmented third and has distance of 5 semitones between the notes. C to Eb is a minor third and the distance between the two notes 3 semitones. C to Ebb is a diminished third and the distance between the two notes is 2 semitones. You can have doubly and triply augmented and diminished intervals that follow this.
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comment Why do people sometimes write notes as E♯ or C♭?
Also see: music.stackexchange.com/questions/23976/…
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reviewed Reviewed One string on banjo not tuning properly
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reviewed Reviewed Why do people sometimes write notes as E♯ or C♭?
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comment Could you have a minor chord in a Major scale song?
music.stackexchange.com/questions/12120/…
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revised Convincing colleague that playing to a metronome is a good thing?
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reviewed Close Why do people like specific types of music?
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comment Why do people like specific types of music?
Even if this was answerable, it would be from a very Psychological level that would not really fit with the kinds of questions asked here and would fill many, many books so I've voting to close this as too broad for that reason.
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reviewed Reviewed Is there a single word to describe the loudest point in a musical composition?
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reviewed No Action Needed How can a 59/48 time signature be counted?
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reviewed No Action Needed Regaining falsetto after a cold
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reviewed Close Difference between a key and a scale
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reviewed Leave Closed What's this instrument in most “wild” western soundtracks?