Reputation
996
Top tag
Next privilege 1,000 Rep.
See votes, expandable usercard
Badges
5 13
Impact
~57k people reached

Mar
18
comment What note should I start singing with if I'm in a certain key?
Okay, quick answer: if the first chord is C major, then start on one of these notes: C, E, or G (As Todd said) or (less likely) B. You could start with another note, but one of these would be most likely. These are the strong tones of the C chord. But really, we'd need to know what song you're singing. Or are you making up a melody as you go along? If you're making up your own melody, it's really a composition question.
Mar
18
comment What note should I start singing with if I'm in a certain key?
This question is pretty vague. Is this a question about a specific song you want to sing or is it a question about writing a melody and choosing a starting note for that melody? If it is about a specific song, which song?
Mar
16
revised Changing a song's key vs. changing chord voicings
added 9 characters in body
Mar
16
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
16
answered Changing a song's key vs. changing chord voicings
Nov
21
answered Is learning from an unknown guitar teacher better than just learning on my own?
Nov
21
awarded  Constituent
Nov
10
answered What is the best way to learn a repetitive part in a piece?
Nov
10
awarded  Caucus
Jul
21
awarded  Yearling
Dec
22
awarded  Custodian
Dec
22
reviewed Leave Open Good jazz pianists to transcribe for a beginner
Dec
22
reviewed No Action Needed How to Write A Fugue
Dec
18
answered How can I keep learning new songs and not forget the previous ones?
Dec
18
reviewed Leave Open Skills for writing your own songs
Dec
18
reviewed Close Why do baroque operas tend to have postmodernist stage designs?
Dec
16
answered Simple, step-by-step excercises for those who wants to learn to play sheet music?
Aug
14
awarded  Custodian
Aug
14
reviewed No Action Needed How to play same note legato?
Jul
21
awarded  Yearling