i have a list of words all are below each other 1 by 1
i need all words that contain more than 2 a's to be highlighted
anyone knows how to do it
any good source/book for the structure of songs?
can someone explain why you use a VU meter in a daw
do you use a VU meter for all tracks?
i think its a computer generating the chords
but anyway to my ears
Bm , A mainly...
"Until The Day I Die"
The waters rise, the light declines
But I'm not turning back from here
Voices are crying, corpses remind
lets say you need a room reverb for a track
is it random process which one is the best one? do you switch between 10 different ones and choose...
there's a kick pattern that slowly slows down, i was wondering if that can be transcribed to midi using 16th or triplet notes or...
i am trying to understand how well these people understand the keys in general
i was listening an interview of David Guetta and he said almost...
at the very beginning.....the sound that sounds kind of sidechained...synth or whatever it is?
what kind of sound is this
jokes aside Jimmy Fallon is a serious musician :X
this is amazing too
what made you more familiar with the fretboard of guitar
so that you can be more sure what u're doing aand where you're going at a certain moment...
do you count it as 1....2......1.....2.........
i wrote the red numbers...to show that someone could see it as 1 2 3 4.....
i don't understand...
its a carton box? with......those lines......that can be easily opened....
i need a formal way to say that...i don't know how to say that...
aren't u on audiojungle or somewhere to sell these? taxi.com also if you want to try
bass guitar tuning D A D G vs D G C F
i see some songs use one and some others
when would you use each one?
So assuming standard tuning E A D G
each string provides a dead note...but do they have a pitch?
each string provides provides a different...
if you can choose between cymbals...and snares..and kicks etc
how do you go about all this process to decide which snare, which kick, which...
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