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Music instruments taxonomy/sorting based on sound richness
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Sounds like you might actually be looking for a reference on orchestration. This deals with how the sounds that an orchestra has at its disposal can be put to use to express any aspect of a ...

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What acoustic percussion instrument sounds like handclaps?
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Not sure what you mean by "ensemble" hand claps, though there are a few ways drummers have tried to emulate electronic clap sounds. Basically, they boil down to various rim-flam techniques. You can ...

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Feeling the beat in the wrong place
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Although it may seem easier to learn that pattern shifted, what happens when you get to the chorus? I contend that it's pretty awkward to add an eighth note and then take it away between sections, ...

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Can a pitch be perceived outside the range where it can be heard?
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If I tap my hand on my desk at 5Hz, I hear the taps, but they're perceived as individual events, not a sustained note. The perception of pitch emerges when events happen fast enough. Here's a video ...

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How to learn to create the right tone for my guitar?
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Look no further than YouTube! Personally, I like CSGuitars' channel. His first video about metal tones specifically is here, though there are plenty more that cover issues like "Overdrive vs ...

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Time Signature in Bruno Mars's 24k Magic Breakdown
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4/4 is most likely what the composer had in mind. However, it's the combination of two things that make this a little tricky to make out- the absence of a kick on 1 and the switch to half-time. By "...

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What is the name of this instrument with 2 strings?
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That probably is indeed a dutar, due to the number of strings. Its peculiar shape mirrors a variation found in the tambur. There are two kinds, the plucked mızraplı tambur, which has a fully wooden ...

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how to put your loop from a guitar looper into logic?
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It sounds like you're asking for an audio-export feature, something that shows up only in more recent devices, like the RC-30. That has a USB port, which you can use to transfer WAV files both to and ...

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Music "Theory" of Electronic Music
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Absolutely. The concept of "music theory" is ultimately defined by musicians, so if people decide that electronic music is useful to consider under the umbrella of "music theory", then it is music ...

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Counting duplets
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Forgetting tuplets for a bit, think about how you count a measure of 4/4 with two half notes. You count "one... three...". The "two" and "four" are part of the bar, but they're not played. In the ...

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keys with just intonation on guitar with standard tuning
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Simply, no. What makes True Temperament unique is that it "calibrates each of those 132 fretted notes individually". What took me some time to realize is that TT is not its own intonation like Just ...

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Wrist pain from drumming?
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A common mistake drummers can make with their grip is holding the stick too tightly. This causes the more of the energy of the stroke to be dispersed into your hand, rather than the drum and the stick ...

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Are intervals like major 3rd, minor 3rd, and major 2nd all based on the scales, or are they based on how many semitones they have?
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The full interval names (two words, like "major" and then "2nd") so indeed correspond to a number of semitones, regardless of which scale or position they are in. The interval between the first two ...

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