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Posted by3 hours ago

Are fashion, albums/singles, and performances, the only consistent avenues that most musicians consistently make money through?

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Posted by21 hours ago

外围体育投注I've been playing drums for 16 years and I was taught right handed. I'm a complete lefty. Didn't realise I play right handed until it was pointed out to me last year at a charity gig.

外围体育投注I was taught by a guy when I was 11 for 5 years and then just taught myself.

My first lesson my tutor asks what handedness I was. Timid 11 years old me says left. He explodes on a small tirade about hating lefties. Tells me to sit down. Awkward first lesson happens.

I never twig why I never quite nail any tasty fills over the years and never understood why he got so mad when I lead through my fills with my left and fluff the end by having my hands out of position for efficient cymbal use.

Anyway I'm not here for therapy sorry for the back story.

During lockdown I've finally mastered the triplet fill Right-left-kick after years of trying. But instead I can only get it right Left-right-kick. I cannae describe what I mean better than that.

外围体育投注So FINALLY, here's the question.

Do I flip my kit and re-learn left handed or is muscle memory of 16 years too far gone by this point?

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Posted by22 hours ago

I am a parent and I just learnt the funds heavily subsidised places at a select few music and dance schools (MDS) available to children from all socioeconomic backgrounds. I would to know if anyone had any personal experience of such schemes and how to maximise chance of admission. I’m particularly interested in the choristerships and musicianships. Please and thank you.

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Posted by1 day ago

Why is it not possible to have instruments play harmonies in perfect tuning while computers can? Why is that 3th so dissonant?

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Posted by1 day ago

Hello! I am pretty new to music production in general, but I have been using Fl Studio for awhile now and about half the time I try to use an 808 sound I run into the same problem. While creating the pattern everything sounds great, but when playing the pattern back I can hear notes play that I didn't even put on the pattern. I am so stuck I have tried googling and I did just about everything I could find and nothing has worked. Has anyone else run into this problem, and if so how did you fix it?

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Posted by2 days ago

外围体育投注The music in question starts at 11:28. It reminds me of a Ranat (a traditional Thai instrument, which has two varieties) but i'd be surprised if that were the case in a Japanese anime.

外围体育投注Link to the brief about the traditional thai instruments:

Link to the video:

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Posted by2 days ago

I’m at the point in my music career where I have all the skills necessary to gig. I’m a trained jazz trumpeter and piano player. I can sightread almost anything and know 50+ jazz standards. I also have a little over an hours worth of original music.

What I’ve been doing so far is going to lots of shows and sitting in, and I’m meeting a lot of people, but I want to take the next step and actually get my own gig.

If someone hired me I’d take it, but what I really want to do is set up my own gig as a bandleader and have my own band. What are your guys advice?

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Posted by2 days ago

外围体育投注It's used in the live Salzburg orchestra set by .

You can see it at 4:27 and it's responsible for the next solo. I know that there are some processors or effects with paddle chained in-between but the instrument? It has to be some electric cello, bass or violin.

Does somebody exactly know which one it is?

Thanks in advance.

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