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What is first chair?

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Is olive oil good for oiling a guitar fretboard?

11 votes

Is it fair to say the treble clef is optimized for piano?

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Piano (sheet music) curves on top and numbers in circles

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Singing: Is it true that all of your power behind singing should come from your diaphragm?

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Requirements for performance-quality wine glasses

4 votes

Piano or violin for a guitarist?

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Piano sounds "wobbly". Old jazz recordings

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Melody Writing - Tension & Release

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Bass Guitar Theory: playing with lead sheets

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Is it more common for the main melody to be in the higher part and the accompaniment in the lower part? If so, why?

3 votes

How to judge a mix, on e.g. muddiness and balance?

3 votes

Recording: Dealing With Cicadas?

3 votes

How can I avoid making unpleasant facial expressions when playing difficult chords?

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Are pop songs often composed on "layers" and is there a common set of layers used in pop music?

3 votes
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Tendinitis while playing the violin

3 votes

Is it worth putting my classical guitar in for maintenance

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Playing Brass in Classical music: Intonation of thirds of a chord is often crucial

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Why do PA speakers driven with more power deliver clearer and better sound?

3 votes

It is ok to correct wrong notes when playing piano?

2 votes

What is the rap mechanism used in "No Pixar" called?

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How to remove disgusting audio sound from reaper DAW

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Is it okay to stand on drumkit's kick?

2 votes

Microphone options for a bicycle bell

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Why are the cello strings tied with a shoelace?

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How can I "self learn" now that I am an adult as a amateur?

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How famous piano player differs from an average piano player?

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Is there any name for two melodies that are being played at the same time?

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Will switching tunings affect my guitar's action or truss rod?

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Using the correct enharmonic equivalent