Music

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Circle Of Fifths

Circle Of Fifths

If you start at middle C and work your way up the musical scale by intervals of perfect fifths you will eventually play all twelve notes, completing the circle. Read More

Classical Guitar

The Classical Guitar, also known as the Spanish Guitar, refers to both the classical playing style and the physical construction of the guitar type. Read More
Cold Modulation

Cold Modulation

Cold Modulation refers to the practice of changing keys in a musical piece by applying an immediate key change with no preparatory harmonic progression. Read More
D Major

D Major

The key of D major contains two sharps: C# and F#. The chords in this key are: D maj, E min, F# min, G maj, A maj, B min, C# diminished. Read More
Db Major

Db Major

Db Major has 5 flats: Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, and Gb. The relative minor of Db Major is Bb minor. Db Major is tonally identical to and can be referred to as C# Major. Read More
Deadhead

Deadhead

A deadhead is a person whose musical passion derives from the music of the Grateful Dead that will travel thousands of miles to attend one of their concerts. Read More
Didgeridoo

Didgeridoo

A Didgeridoo is an ancient Australian instrument, possibly one of the oldest instruments in the world. It is made from a termite hollowed Eucalyptus branch. Read More
Digi 002 Rack

Digi 002 Rack

The Digi 002 Rack is a digital audio interface rack unit made by Avid, formerly known as Digidesign. It has six line level outputs and two monitor outputs. Read More

Dissonance

In western music, certain combinations of pitches are considered by many people as Unpleasant or needing resolution. This is known as Dissonance. Read More
Doctrine Of The Affections

Doctrine Of The Affections

Doctrine Of The Affections is a term applied to a compositional technique employed in which the music would ascend or descend with the intent of the lyrics. Read More
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