What’s the point of this group? Any ideas yet? Or is it kinda TBD?
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Do you have any memory tricks ( mnemonics ) for memorizing pieces your working on? Instead of just brute force repetition how do you practice the most effectively ?What ideas do you have for memorizing the circle of fifths?
I'm interested in finding ways to use brain training with my musical studies so I'm curious to find out what tricks you guys have out there.
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Hi! I've looked through Musescore and found that there are only a few 4 octave solo pieces for the marimba. Could anyone recommend some to me? Thanks a lot!!!
Hi! I'm a keyboard percussionist. I'd like some recommendations on 4 octave marimba duets/trios that are considered as medium/medium difficult. Thanks a lot!!! I know the amount of 4 octave duets/trios out there are very small...
I'm relatively new to this software and I'm having difficulty creating an odd tuplet ratio in one of my bars.
I'm trying to input 20 notes in the space of 7 quarter notes (20:7 relation) in a 7/4 Bar, but for some reason I keep having trouble. Please help!
Hey I made a group last year called Percussion Ensemble Fanatics where all pieces pertaining to percussion are accepted but we need more people and scores so if anyone wants to join
Hey I made a group back in March 2018 called Percussion Ensemble Fanatics but we need more people to join and post their music so if anyone is interested
Can anyone give me some feedback on this:
I am your group owner @IsaacBannon and i am happy that u don't want to tear out my throat! Pls feel free to do absolutely anything on this groupchat! *suicides*
When are we going to be able to have marimbas, vibes, etc. be able to have the percussion clef and add instruments to them? This is common practice in front ensemble, so I think it should be a thing. Also, smooth cymbal rolls, not the sound of crash cymbals over and over again in a tremolo.