RishiNandha Vanchi
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Electric guitar intonation flat above 12th fret, no luck with usual methods
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Before we start: It is worthwhile to note that all strings must start rom the same height at the peg heads. I had an intonation problem lately and it turned out my B string wasn't starting at the same ...

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Music theory-Ornaments-TURN
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Stack Exchange is not the place for this kind of questions. I request someone with enough reputation to vote this to be closed. Ask questions in StackExchange whose answers can not be found simply by ...

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How would I play this note that has two G’s next to each other
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As far as playing is concerned, play the notes once and hold it for the largest of the two time values given. This kind of writing is done when the music is for more no. of voices than staves used. ...

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Triplets and sixteenth notes
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I normally keep the 1 & 2 &. .. going and only when I see a triplet change it "Ra ta ta" at that Crotchet beat alone and to "3 da & a" when I see semiquavers. In you case I'd go : |1 ....

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A very specific bar chord problem
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Move your thumb more towards the 4th fret. Maybe a slight extra arch in your pinky at 5th fret is making your index curve, Moving your thumb must do. Tilt your index finger slightly so that it 's ...

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Ending a measure in “and!”
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well, 3/4 and 12/8 are completely different to start with. You seem to know that Compound time is counted differently (from the comments section), You have to understand that Time Signatures, although ...

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Voice Leading with Octave Leaps
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The question is slightly opinion based I guess. The answer depends on what the Tone of your piece is, Theme and also whatever you wish to convey through your piece.These decide the answer. Merging ...

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Is the Tritone the most dissonant interval?
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Actually, this is totally about the music you've been listening to when you grew up. If you've grown up listening to songs that are dominated by Major or Minor scales, You'd find other intervals ...

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Play right handed guitar upside down strung same way as a right handed guitar but I’m also right handed
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A good thing about Guitars is that these were not traditionally part of the Classical Music Instrument Families but rather one that came to a good from only around the late 18th Century. These have ...

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What's wrong with my wave? It looks fat
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First of all, NEVER DECIDE WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE USING THE WAVEFORM. Waveform can possibly be used to monitor compression, limiting, or clipping. But I'd say that's about it I like to take two different ...

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How to avoid noise in a voice recording
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This answer's primary motif is the difference between Random and Systematic Errors in a Scientific Experiment. Random errors are pretty random as the name says and cannot be correct once the data ...

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Using Capo to Unstring and Restring the same Strings (Acoustic Guitar)
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I actually did this and this works to a certain extent. Since the Tension in the strings is lost, (Yes, tenstion travels beyond the Capo if it's counterintuitive to you.), The strings loosen up at ...

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Will transcribing music improve my ability to play a song by ear?
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I recommend Jamming with Friends. In the moment, You'd not have the time flexibility to google up the sheet so you'd listen to one of you friends play the Theme in his guitar and catch that up in the ...

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Repeat bar lines in early music
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:|| - Go back till you see a ||:, if you don't see any go to start. So if there's a barline where you need both:|| denoting you have to repeat previous section and ||: saying you have to come till ...

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