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comment How to make a brass instrument quieter?
One more thing to mention is that mutes typically push the tone sharp, requiring you to pull out the main slide a touch. It can be a pain when switching several times during a piece.
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comment Why does a melodic half step resolve on the higher note?
Even in ionian, the fourth in a sus4 chord wants to resolve a half-step downward to the major triad. I don't think it's a clear-cut case of always resolving up as you state; it's more about wanting to resolve to the nearest of the three basic tones in the Western system, being the tonic (root), subdominant (fourth) or dominant (5th).
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comment What is the difference between a mode and a scale?
Yes, my comment was incorrect; A Aeolian is the same set of notes as C Ionian, and C Aeolian uses the same flats as Eb Ionian. Xzoechord could play the Aeolian mode of the key of C, but it would start on A and not C