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Aug
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answered What is the full list of possible chord names? Are there chords that don't have a name in chord theory?
Aug
20
revised Can a chord contain both the C and C♯ notes? (as opposed to containing C and D♭ notes)
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Aug
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answered Can a chord contain both the C and C♯ notes? (as opposed to containing C and D♭ notes)
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Jul
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accepted Note bending on harmonica
Jul
30
comment Some literature on voice
You probably also meant "sound creation" rather than "sound creature".
Jul
4
answered bass chord progressions in “Killing me softly”
Jul
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comment bass chord progressions in “Killing me softly”
Actually, according to the video linked to in the previous post, all his notes are correct except for the second note in the first bar, which should be an A, not a G.
Jun
15
comment Ways to warm up vocal cords?
"sigh" from the bottom of your range?
Jun
15
comment How can I get the instrumentals for a song?
@Pacerier: it means import "stereo". The basic idea of the trick is that because the vocal is panned in the center, it contributes equally to the left and right channels of a stereo recording. So you can subtract the left from the right channel and remove the vocals, while anything that is not dead center will still have a bit of remnant left. In other words, you use the vocals from the right ear to cancel out that from the left ear, so you must have stereo (and not mono) input.
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May
12
comment When did keyboard partitions start to use the G-clef for the upper staff ?
drop me an e-mail (my e-mail should be available in my profile; if not, click on "network profile" and look for it on my webpage), and I can send you copies. They are both relatively short.
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revised Where can I get started with my improvisation?
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May
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comment When did keyboard partitions start to use the G-clef for the upper staff ?
You may be interested in reading jstor.org/stable/905327 and jstor.org/stable/905443
May
5
comment What are the best techniques to play overtones in the saxophone?
@NReilingh: ah. Thanks for clearing that up.