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John Wu
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How can a perfect fourth interval be considered either consonant or dissonant?

13 votes

Tell pianist to play entire piece softly, except one part

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Why are accidentals not just indicated next to the note in sheet music to make sight reading easier?

9 votes

How much can transposing a song by a half step or a whole step help a vocalist?

7 votes

Difference between pre and post gain

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What is the name of this chord? D Eb A

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Hard to tell major from minor

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Passage has successive F minor and E minor chords. Is this atonal or chromatic?

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Does the studying of theory and scales eventually turn into muscle memory?

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Digital pianos are an imitation, but do some people use them in the recordings for effect?

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Is a I sus2 chord the same as a Vsus4 chord?

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Opposite of a Fermata?

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what's the purpose behind these alternate namings for intervals?

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In difficult keys, is it really best to think in terms of accidentals?

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Ways to modulate from Lydian to the relative Mixolydian

3 votes

What types of orchestra degrees are there

3 votes

How to select a key-signature for a song

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Locating a key on the keyboard

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What is this common left-hand arpeggiated pattern?

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How to learn to keep time while singing?

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Effect of voicing / bass note on function of 7sus4 chord

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Is this a key change? (Radiohead:Creep)

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Why is the first inversion of a C Major Chord very rarely used on guitar even though it is easier to play?

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How is dissonance created?

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Music Arranging

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When was the Ionian scale invented?

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step-wise vs. circle of fifths movement in bass line

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Is there any way to have FL Studio load banks, when importing a MIDI File?

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What to teach after scales and chords

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What's the name for chord progression that always jumps 4 scale degrees?