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Researcher in the field of computational mechanics.


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comment Bored when playing instrument
I would add: Listen to professional artists playing the kind of music that you enjoy playing (at a loud volume). Never fails to get me inspired.
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comment How do properly repaired cracks in the body of an acoustic guitar affect sound (if at all)?
Thanks! In the end, I decided not to buy. I became increasingly worried about the effect of the crack on the structural integrity and the sound.
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comment Should I mute “unwanted” strings or not when playing power chords?
Thanks a lot for your thorough answer! By the way, at about 2:21 in this clip - youtube.com/watch?v=IdkKmTXATjA - Hetfield is playing a chord based on the A-string, and doesn't seem to be muting anything. He's probably using method 3 there, right?
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comment Is looking for chord after having the melody unusual?
You mean the method melody -> scale -> chords? I definitely didn't mean that to be set in stone, just that that is probably the "textbook" method. As Jürgen says, don't let anything/anyone stifle your creativity! Wise people point out that music is about learning the rules and then breaking them :).
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answered Is looking for chord after having the melody unusual?