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What's the shortest that a note can be and still have a recognisable pitch?
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At what point in history did the relationship between pitch and frequency become well-known among musicians?
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Why is the "longest note value still in common use" called a "breve", when breve means "short"?
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How is the 'natural autotune' singing effect achieved?
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What is the most common way to refer to a particular note in the chromatic scale without making any implications as regards tonality?
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What is a 'temperament', in the most general sense?
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Is there any scientific reason why three notes are seen as required to create an 'unambiguous' harmony?
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Have there ever been noteworthy attempts to create a method of objectively evaluating how good a piece of music is?
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How can i improve my intonation on violin?
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What harmonic spectrum is produced by oscillator sync?
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How can I straighten a violin tailpiece (and do I need to)?
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Is there a theory term for using a restricted 'vocabulary' of chord types?
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Is there a word can I use to express the fact that a piece of music has no notes in?
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Did the modes change when they came to be "expressed as permutations of the major-minor scale system"?