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For questions related to "gamut" or "the series of seven notes" in Indian Classical Music. These are `Sa` `Re` (Hindustani) or `Ri` (Carnatic) `Ga`, `Ma`, `Pa`, `Dha`, `Ni`

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I can hear the extra sa ni in the example he plays, but he makes it sound more like an ornament. When he sings the example the notes sound much more deliberate. In my experience when musicians are …
answered Jul 28 by PiedPiper
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I'm not sure what you mean by 'balancing'. I assume you mean ensuring that both notes have the same tone quality and dynamics, and that you get a smooth transition between them. Yes, that's 420 pa …
answered Oct 7 by PiedPiper