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reviewed Close What is the best inexpensive/free music programs if you can't afford Ableton?
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comment Why the octave number changes between B and C?
@Dom what's the link for that question? Seems an interesting read
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answered Mark Levine the jazz theory versus the jazz piano book
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comment Why the octave number changes between B and C?
Because they probably are based on the Do-Re-Mi. B-> Si, C -> Do
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reviewed Close What kind of percussion is this?
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reviewed No Action Needed The major scale - why and how?
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reviewed No Action Needed Running out of fretboard
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comment How to play a Bbmaj13(#11) guitar chord?
The C is the 9th. When you play a chord like Bbmaj13, you'd include all the notes up to the 13th.
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answered Tonality of a song given some chords
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comment Can a symphony be in many keys?
Same thing. It starts and ends with D minor, but it (most possibly) will change during the song
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comment Can a symphony be in many keys?
I updated my answer. I don't have any specific websites for that, but I'll try to find something
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answered Can a symphony be in many keys?
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comment Is there a specific name for music that sounds like it has no rests?
I got that you intended to do something like, but the answer was going to end up on the Low Quality queue, and might receive some comments to expand etc
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reviewed Leave Closed How can I teach myself to play the drums and how much is it going to cost me?
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comment How to play a Bbmaj13(#11) guitar chord?
In an instrument like the piano where you can play numerous notes at the same time, you'd play all the notes of the chord, which are Bb D F A C E G, but in the guitar it's really hard to play all these notes, so each time you choose some of them