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reviewed Close Why are time signatures needed?
17h
reviewed Reviewed Ritardando, Rallentando, and Allargando
17h
revised Ritardando, Rallentando, and Allargando
Removed intro as it didn't really add to the question.
21h
comment Is there a modulation to the relative minor in the bridge to the Vanessa Carlton song “A Thousand Miles?”
Can you provide the notation for that section or a chord progression?
1d
revised How do I write music down from a recording?
rolled back to a previous revision
1d
reviewed Close Αre these three dots over a note supposed to be staccato?
2d
comment Do these arcs mean to hold the note, or something else?
It's a slur.
2d
reviewed Reviewed What exactly is the act of playing behind the beat?
2d
comment Why is “A” not used for augmented in Chord symbols?
I'm not sure what the problem is with those characters as you can look for and display the + and ° characters in pretty much any language.
Apr
13
reviewed Leave Closed Do song lyrics need to be complicated and have hidden meaning?
Apr
12
revised How does scale length affect my playing?
quote formatting
Apr
12
reviewed No Action Needed How to play chords from a tab where a capo is used
Apr
11
revised Relation of the diminished chord to the circle of fifths?
added 232 characters in body
Apr
11
answered Relation of the diminished chord to the circle of fifths?
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed Can you put a detuner on any string of a 5 string bass
Apr
11
reviewed No Action Needed Do song lyrics need to be complicated and have hidden meaning?
Apr
11
answered Do song lyrics need to be complicated and have hidden meaning?
Apr
9
revised Duration of a quarter note with a 3 written beside it (on a synth display)?
edited tags
Apr
9
reviewed Approve How do you play two consecutive up bows?
Apr
8
comment How to have one voice in multiple staves with lilypond?
That's not typically how music is written since the grand staff is typically meant to describe two different voices (or hands in the case of piano, keyboard, ect. ) so the voices don't really cross the staff.