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For questions about the digital audio workstation FL Studio, developed by Image-Line.
a fippled end-blown flute from the woodwind family. The most common recorders are the Descant and the Treble.
The bowed stringed instruments usually found in a modern orchestra: violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
Device for producing a steady rhythm in a precise number of beats per minute which can be calibrated by the user
a shaped stick with horsehair or other material stretched between its ends, which is used to stroke the string and create sound
the interval between one musical pitch and another with half or double its frequency.
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…
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.
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…
For questions about training the voice and techniques used to make it stronger.
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), composer whose work spanned the boundary between the Classical and Romantic eras.
Chopin was a romantic composer who lived from 1810 to 1849 and wrote mainly - almost only - for the piano.
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.
should be used for questions about creating or modifying instruments and equipment, whether from the perspective of the craftsman or the layman.
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…
Preparing to perform music without relying on written notation during performance
plugins used within audio software to simulate hardware effects or synthesizers.
An organized ensemble of singers, typically one that takes part in church services or performs regularly in public.
The calibrated distance between the open strings of a chordophone and the surface of the fingerboard or frets.
A rapidly vibrating, continuous humming or droning sound, similar to that made by an insect.
Distortion effects create "warm", "dirty" and "fuzzy" sounds by compressing the peaks of an electric musical instrument's sound wave and adding overtones.
a set of words that make up a song, usually consisting of verses and choruses.
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.
Directing the performance of a piece of music or a musical ensemble by way of visible gestures.
Breath control as it relates to playing wind instruments, rapping or singing.
The rapid alternation between two adjacent notes, usually a semitone or tone apart.
a pair of small loudspeakers that are designed to be held in place close to a user's ears.