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the interval between one musical pitch and another with half or double its frequency.
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Questions pertaining to written or printed works about learning or studying music and theory. Do not ask book recommendations as they are off-topic.
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For questions about the digital audio workstation FL Studio, developed by Image-Line.
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way of playing a stringed instrument such as a guitar. A strum or stroke is a sweeping action where a fingernail or plectrum brushes past several strings in order to set them all into mot…
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a fippled end-blown flute from the woodwind family. The most common recorders are the Descant and the Treble.
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The bowed stringed instruments usually found in a modern orchestra: violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
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Device for producing a steady rhythm in a precise number of beats per minute which can be calibrated by the user
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A large musical instrument having ranks of tuned pipes sounded by air from a windchest, and played using one or more keyboards and commonly a pedalboard to produce a wide range of timbres. The ranks o…
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a shaped stick with horsehair or other material stretched between its ends, which is used to stroke the string and create sound
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Chopin was a romantic composer who lived from 1810 to 1849 and wrote mainly - almost only - for the piano.
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For questions about training the voice and techniques used to make it stronger.
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For questions related to more directed instruction on an instrument, music theory, or some other musical skill. Questions will likely include a more specific tag, e.g., woodwinds.
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A disc jockey (abbreviated D.J. or DJ, sometimes spelld "deejay") is a person who composes and performs music for a live audience, created from samples and loops of commercial recordings augmented wit…
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plugins used within audio software to simulate hardware effects or synthesizers.
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should be used for questions about creating or modifying instruments and equipment, whether from the perspective of the craftsman or the layman.
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Preparing to perform music without relying on written notation during performance
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For questions regarding the accompaniment in music, the musical part supporting or providing background for other musical part, usually the main melody or theme of the composition.
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Distortion effects create "warm", "dirty" and "fuzzy" sounds by compressing the peaks of an electric musical instrument's sound wave and adding overtones.
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An organized ensemble of singers, typically one that takes part in church services or performs regularly in public.
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The calibrated distance between the open strings of a chordophone and the surface of the fingerboard or frets.
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A rapidly vibrating, continuous humming or droning sound, similar to that made by an insect.
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For questions related to music with a tonal center.
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a set of words that make up a song, usually consisting of verses and choruses.
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A genre of rock music that usually can be recognized from a thick, massive sound, highly amplified distortion, extended guitar solos and emphatic beat with deliberate stresses.
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Breath control as it relates to playing wind instruments, rapping or singing.
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The art of making stringed instruments.
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Directing the performance of a piece of music or a musical ensemble by way of visible gestures.
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the diameter of a string, a synonym for string-weight.
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Relating to notes not belonging to the diatonic scale of the key in which the passage is written.
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The rapid alternation between two adjacent notes, usually a semitone or tone apart.
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a musical effect consisting of a regular, pulsating change of pitch.
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Pop music (a term that originally derives from an abbreviation of "popular") is a genre of popular music which originated in its modern form in the 1950s, deriving from rock and roll.[1] The terms "po…