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I'm trying to create a high school marching band field show for ideally a larger band. There are many places you will notice it going blank and that is because I don't really know what do do next. I need someone's help. Here it is. Please give feedback of what you think will fit best in those areas or anything that you believe should be improved.
Hello, my name is Ben and a friend and I are making a marching band show called Shadows and could really use a battery writer. I personally am a percussionist but right now I'm composing all of the pit music, so that's why I need someone to help out with the battery stuff if they can.
Interested? Email me here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can reply to this post. Either way works for me.
Just read the side notes, what can I do to be an admin with you @Jaybird1? That would be awesome. 😃
So, which manufacturer produces the best GA planes?
Feel free to choose another.
I've never flown anything but a Piper Cherokee, so I'm partial to Piper. If I ever get rich, hopefully I'll have a Mooney.
I see that the Lucas Oil stunt plane is the banner for this group. Who all's seen him fly?
Who do you think will hire the aircraft next? also leave any ideas
Previously posted on rsa, wrong group
No politics, just wanted to know for practicality reasons
They will supposedly fly this route with their A320neo. I want to see how this plays out financially for the airlines.
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Herpa 1/200 Rossiya TU-154
Gemini 1/400 Air Koryo IL-62
Herpa 1/500 United 747(Farewell flight)
So, let's take the minor scale (D, in this example)
D E F G A B♭ C D
Now, let's remove the second and sixth degrees.
D F G A C D
Why have we done this? Well, now that those two notes are gone, we have removed all nasty-sounding intervals from the scale. Every note is at least a whole step apart, and there is no tritone! Yay! You now have a completely safe and boring solo!
What's that? You don't want to sound safe, boring, or (to be honest) good?
Well, look no further than the Double Harmonic Major Scale!
It's... interesting. Just look.
D E♭ F♯ G A B♭ C♯ D
It's honestly a mess, and don't even try to build a chord progression with it. *shudders* I've tried.