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Generally pulsing a chord would most often be used as part of a rhythmic technique to lend a particular element to the rendition as part of the style of playing - or as part of the arrangement for a particular song that lends itself to the technique. The video example you shared is actually part of a fingerstyle technique of creating a bass line and ...


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That's the normal way to play a repeated note when the notation doesn't call for sustained notes or legato. Note that on, say, a piano, if you play a chord twice, there will be a silence because when you lift your hand, the dampers will kick in. To prevent that, you can use the sustain pedal. Then that becomes somewhat like the effect of strumming a guitar'...


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Well, it's possible with a bit of ingenuity, or disingenuity: Add Stave text for the letter (attached to the note) and move it so it's positioned correctly. Add a figured bass (Add ▸ Text ▸ Figured bass, or Ctrl-G) to the note — you can use a carriage-return to put numbers below others, and + and - appear correctly. ...


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