were the bearings on the pulleys checked, or the bearings in the blower? i was having this very problem--the tensioner and idler pulleys as well as the serpentine and supercharger belt on my 98 GTP were all replaced--seriously every pulley and belt on the engine--and there was still a rattle. I'm …
I would change the spark plugs and wires, fuel and air filters, install some injector cleaner in the tank, Clean the idle control solonoid and inside of the throtle body and check for trouble codes and clean the mass flow if necessary, Clean the battery cables making sure there is a good clean grou…
It could very well be the horn switch/membrane in the center of the steering wheel. That switch in my 2000 is shorted out. It was like that when I bought the car. The horn itself is also bad so with the switched shorted out, it ran down the battery in about 2 days. That's the good news. The bad news…
You need to run these 5 essential steps to remove all the spyware on your computer. 1. Run Deckard's System Scanner (DSS) 2. Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 3. Run the anti spyware removal programs spybot 4 Run Superantispyware 5. Run a complete scan with free curing utility Dr.Web Cure…
You need to run these 6 essential steps to remove all the spyware on your computer. 1. Run Deckard's System Scanner (DSS) 2. Run the vundo and combo fix 3. Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 4. Run the anti spyware removal programs spybot 5 Run Superantispyware 6. Run a complete scan with free curi…
Information is scarce. I have a violin by him that is a very nice
folk instrument with a pleasant voice. You can look him up in
American Violin Makers _Wenman also I think there is a mention in
Henley's book. My fiddle was made in Portland Maine in 1915, I have
also played on another that was nice t…
Every year, the Metropolitian Transit Authority [MTA] holds audtions to listen to musicians play. A select group of musicians are given a banner with their name on it, thereby allowing them to play legally in the subway. Any other way and it is basically deemed illegal. These auditions are usually h…
When you start the motor, and it's cold the fan clutch will make something like the noise you describe, until the rpms reach a point at which it disengages and freewheels along (it only works below 2200 rpm or so). How long the motor will remain at fast idle is something that the coolant t…
I would say yes.
If anyone would know about this, I'd put my money on the artists at Oddmusic.com
i would not call a ELF transmitter an instrument nor would most other people (i think)
telluric, yes, meat freezer, no. it requires a gravitaional pull, an atmosphere of comlpex…
Answer 1 Yes, John Dennis (1657 - 1734) devised a thunder and lightning stage effect for one of his plays which was a flop. He went to a performance of Macbeth and heard his effect being used, which led him to say "Damn them! They will not let my play run, but they steal my thunder!" Yes, but not …
First make sure the volume on your guitar is all the way up. Switch to the "Lead" channel on your amp, and set the pre gain knob to full. If you need less distortion, feel free to roll the knob back as much as you like. In order to set the volume of the lead channel, use the post gain knob just as y…
The letters "FG" to the right of the Lincoln Memorial on the reverse of US cents minted since 1959 are the initials of Frank Gasparro, the Chief Engraver of the US Mint and designer of the Lincoln Memorial reverse. He also designed numerous other faces of coins, including the Susan B. Anthony dollar…
i only can think of the grand piano
Grand, electronic, and upright?
The only one that I can really think about is verry old one, but i can not think of what it is called
The sound may be caused by a worn or stretched belt. Ask a trusted mechanic for his opinion.
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To MAKE music, acoustic instruments were used for most purposes. The only electronic instruments were electronic organs (the Hammond organ was introduced in 1934 and competitors soon followed), electric guitars and theremins (mostly used in movie scores). To RECORD music, the vast majority of recor…
High 3000 Lenght=39.75", fat part of body=13" top to bottom, body lenght from strap buuton to base of neck=14.15" fretboard lenght=18.25". The body is made of mahogony and was available in a few different colors and a flame maple laminated top. For this model weight was about 9lbs. This will var…
Guitars usually have six strings, although there are variations on this, the most common being a twelve-string guitar; the seven string guitar; the ukulele, which has four strings; and the bass guitar, which usually has four strings but also exists in five, six, eight, and twelve-string ve…
The earliest surviving guitars that would later become the Telecaster (c.1946-1948) were made of pine. These were mostly prototypes and models made for trade shows. Early production models (1950s) were ash or swamp ash. The Stratocasters of the same period were mostly alder. Ash and alder were t…
In the Old Testament people were under the old law. They had burnt offerings (Genesis 8:20) and all sorts of other laws that were to be fulfilled in order to be fulfilling the word of God. Today we live under the new law. The New Testament.
The old law was nailed to the cross Colossians …
Higher VocalsConsult a voice teacher. They will give you breathing and singing exercises. If your voice is capable of increasing its range, these will do it, although it will take time and practice.I suggest you to be careful tough. Why would you want a higher range? Are you a mezzo-soprano and due …
Okay, first off, screaming doesn't damage your singing voice, if you do it correctly. I've been a hardcore screamer for 3 different bands. What I did was practice screaming and in between verses drink some form of liquid. Eventually I built up a tolerance to screaming, and it has never ever changed …
Of course! A keyboard is just a little smaller, but the concept is
You can for the first year or two, but after that, save yourself
some frustration and invest in a real piano. The keys of a piano
feel and play a little differently, but there is no difference
between the two in the way y…
Skills Required to Be a Musician
Good sense of timing and rhythm
Devloping an ear for the Pitch of different notes
Most Important, the motivation to Practice
this next point is not needed to be a 'play by ear' musician
Being able to read and interperet sheet music and various musical s…
Best Guitar Manufacturers
It depends on what style of music you want to play. What brands do your favorite player play? Eric Clapton plays Fender Stratocasters, James Taylor uses Martin or Taylor (expensive brands he can afford to play). Gibson is a favorite of many players. There are many fine m…
Difference Between a Keyboard and Digital Piano
If one is defining a 'keyboard' as a stringed piano, the following could be correct: 1. The actual feel of the keys moving a mechanical link to produce the sound is going to be different than an electrical connection. 2. The actual sound vibrating o…
There aren't any specific "rhythm guitars", rhythm guitar is a role where a guitarist plays to create the rhythm, as a bassist or a drummer, instead of doing the main guitar lines, which would be the role of the lead guitarist. So no, you don't need a special guitar. Any one will work. If you're in…
The term keyboard is used when describing an electronic instrument. They are not the same as a piano, although the sounds emanating from them may sound quite similar. The piano has 88 keys (except for a Bössendorfer which has 95) and the keyboard may have that many or less. The keyboard's touch i…
The first keyboard instruments were found in ancient Rome. It was callled the hydraulis, and was basically a water-powered organ. It had to be pumped by another person to maintain pressure, and was used to accompany gladiator matches. Experts also believe that Nero did not play the fiddle as Rome bu…
Type of Organs
Pipe, electronic and reed.
The pipe organ comes in two types: tracker action where the keys are connected to the pipes by a series of sliders, a completely mechanical action. The electro-pneumatic action was developed along with electricity in the late 1800s allowing for the keybo…
This clef is used for the cello, double bass, bass guitar, bassoon,
contrabassoon, trombone, euphonium and tuba; for the lower part of
keyboard instruments like the piano, organ, and harpsichord (of
There are many different rhythmic patterns on the keyboard. Most
patterns alternate between 8th notes and quarter notes for example.
The car does not have to be running for the horn to work. Horn button in steering wheelt can be making contact, the wire that goes thru the steering wheel and down the column is making contact, any point in the negative side of the horn can cause it to honk. Question. Does it by itself, wh…
sound,s more like a speaker connection problem. than your amp. check your speaker connections first. to make sure they are plugged in all the way. and fit tight on the speaker. it they are . and it is still cutting out. you may need to trace the speaker wires. and see if they are getting pinched in …
Pro Tools is only usable in the home with specific hardware from Avid (Digidesign, M-Audio) or the new Mackie Onyx mixers. Examples are the Digi 003 (Firewire), M-Audio Audiophile 192 (PCI) or M-Audio Fast Track (USB). All of these options include MIDI in and out, and will be automatically recognize…
Basic Chord TheoryThere is a basic chord progression that can be used. It's for eight bars:I, V, IV, V, VI, II, V, I.Obviously, it can vary from composition to composition.
The glockenspiel is an interesting instrument. The glockenspiel resembles a small xylophone, but it is made of steel bars. It wasn't discovered until the 1960s.
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Sweet Home Alabama"Sweet Home Alabama" was, as the story goes, Lynyrd Skynyrd's response to (the Canadian) Neil Young's song, "Southern Man," which was about racism in the south during the Reconstruction Era. Allegedly, Neil Young was inspired to write this song during a trip to Alabama, where he go…
You will never get a precise answer on this one. Drums were once used as a form of communication (signals.) African drums (in some parts of Africa today) are a spoken language and used for talking over great distance. In Sri Lanka history drums were also used for communication and have a history str…
Hitting a ball against a wall is something we automatically learn from birth.
You could run it through midi like you would with a computer or use firewire into a digital recorder.
The RCA's from the amp will be arn to the CD player, then you need to connect the speaker's wire to the output + and - of the amp, this will cause the amp to have musical power from your radio, and the speakers to have the power from the amp..-Shocker
There are four instruments in a quartet.
It depends on the type of quartet. There are 4 instrumets in an instrumental quartet. If the term quartet is used to refer to the number of vocalists, then the number of instruments would be irrelevant.
If you eat properly, exerise at least 30 minutes a day for 5 days. If you learn to meditated when stressed. Read! read! read! whenever you can a good book.
The metal or wooden bars vibrate and push and pull the air particles around them.
With a name that means, "the hitting of one body against another," instruments in the percussion family are played by being struck, shaken, or scraped. In the orchestra, the percussion section pro…
To remix a song, you first have to be able to plan how your remix is going to sound. A rough idea of how you are going to use the track's original elements and the structure, length and feel of the mix is essential. The first step in remixing a song, is acquiring the separated audio samples that ma…
For the diatonic scales, there are 7 different notes, but 8 if you count the upper octave, whatever it happens to be. This is independent of the color of the keys, since the major scale can start on any of the 12 distinct notes/keys on the keyboard. C D E F G A B C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 There are …
52 white keys, 88 keys in total
"Some may consider emulation as a form of flattery.""A proven method of teaching is to show by example, with the expectation that a student learns by emulation."
"Ranks" in pipe organ terminology, whether theatre/cinema organs or concert/church organs, are individual sets or rows of pipes operated by a single control known as a STOP.A rank can be anything from a few pipes to more than 100. Organs may have only 1 rank of pipes - a practice instrument in a hou…
The treble clef consists of notes above the bass clef, the answer has to be anything that generally plays higher notes than cellos, double basses, bass guitars, etc.That leaves you with things that can play notes in both the bass and treble clefs without much difficulty: french horns, pianos, bass t…
The same dude that invented the piano, he is Italian i think...
Answer: Older Singing Voice
Well it gets deeper,if you are a man your voice gets deeper if you are a woman your singing voice get a tab bit lower no much but a little.Do not worry you are not turnning into a monster.!!
Vibration of the strings.
For wind instruments you have to blow into them.
The mandola is the viola-equivalent of the mandolin family, and
wants to be tuned Cgda, an octave higher than the Mando-cello (the
cello-equivalent of the mandolin family.) The mandolin is tuned
gdae', and frankly, while you certainly could try to tune the
mandola that high, it would be a disaster t…
This is a very tricky question to answer without actually showing you but I'll do my best to explain. The first thing you should know is that if you do this improperly it can hurt your voice quite badly. So to produce a scream properly you first need to breath properly. You should breath with your s…
The marimba is a mallet percussion instrument looks similar to the xylophone, though it is completely in terms of sound, function and technique. The main difference is the shape in which the bar (or key) is cut. Both of them have a smooth top, creating a flat playing surface but the differ…
the native Americans from Puerto Rico Mexico
The term "woodwind" comes from the original make of all woodwind instruments. They all traditionally require the use of one or more vibrating wooden reeds to make their sound. While the flute is no longer a wooden instrument, it is still included amidst woodwinds as it has evolved from one. Other wo…
The 1-4-5 or, more correctly, the I-IV-V chord progression is the most common chord progression in all of pop music. The I-IV-V is what classical composers call "figured bass", which is also the fundamental structure of blues, and by extension rock, and is the basis for the "Nashville Notation Syst…
elvis used a yamahah vintage steel microphone that can be found at the museum of human history in sydney that is on display for this week only... matt.
In 1977 Elvis actually used an Electro-Voice CS-15 or the CS-15P microphone with a grey windscreen. This was the primary mic used from ab…
There are 104 keys on a standard US keyboard that works with Microsoft Windows products; otherwise the computer keyboard has 101 keys. A standard piano has 88 keys, though different keyboards may have fewer, particularly electronic versions.
who created first musical instrument
Learn Japanese and then read the manual in that language. Otherwise you will have to pull your hair out learning through the trial and error method. It is completely non-intuitive!
zimmerman means carpenter
The melody is a woodwind, probably a recorder or whistle along with a fiddle. The background buzz is a hurdy gurdy. I also hear a tambourine. If you like this kind of music, listen to the band called Wolgemut, a German loud band that plays early and medieval music, often at Renaissance Fairs. Also l…
The two main musical instruments associated with India would be the sitar and tablas. Together these instruments resonate the serenity of Indian music.A sitar is a string instrument containing about 18-20 strings (11-13 sympathetic strings, 6-7 playing strings). It is the melodic emblem of Indian cl…
In order to read music you will have to memorize the scales. There are people out there though that can play by just hearing the music and repeating it. Personally I think it limits you when you cant read music. Good luck.
You don't have to memorize scales to learn to read music, however,…
Threr are eight notes in an octave. Octo- means eight in Latin and so in the words of Ltin origin For example, in the following words: octopus - eight arms octogon - eight sides octogenarian - eighty years old
Some Violin Notes to I'mma Shine
i haven't figured out all of it yet but the first three notes of the first violin part is high D, Normal D then E. the last note of the phrase is G#/Ab. sorry i don't have more im trying to get it out.hold up lemme check wit my perfect pitchhigh Dlow Dlow Dlow Elow …
Blues is a style of music and how it is played. Classic blues instruments inclued the guitar and harmonica. Other instruments included in blues are, drums, bass guitar, piano, trombone, trumpet and saxophone.The most important instrument used in blues music (and many others) is the human voice. For …
a stringed musical instrument with a fretted fingerboard, typically
incurved sides, and six or twelve strings, played by plucking or
strumming with the fingers or a plectrum.
Bachata is a guitar music which originated in the Dominican Republic. It is now one of the most popular Latin dance styles internationally.
In a diatonic scale, there are eight notes in an octave.
Well, the trick is....every once and a while, fart. LOLFuiiiked
1/4th of intial area
The names "symphony orchestra" and "philharmonic orchestra" are synonymous regarding both size of band and quality of players and music-making. The name "sinfonia" would imply that an orchestra is smaller - probably using fewer string players but this is not always the case.
500, I have one. Garth Brooks had at least one.
By shaking them fast or slow
Pianos, and keyboards, each have 88 keys. Computer keyboards have about 100 keys, some more than others. There are 26 letter keys, 10 number keys (other than the keypad), 12 or more punctuation keys, 12 function keys, a space bar, shift and control keys, and arrow keys. The oldest had 83 or 84 keys,…
You cant really explain how to sing but you have to keep practicing alot and find what style suits you best such as high or low voice
Singing is merely holding on to a word or sound made from your voice. How you fluctuate or move the sound along what is called a "scale" determines your style. You'v…
Contrary to one would most often believe, drums were more than likely not invented in Africa, but in the Middle East, in Mesopotamia or modern-day Iraq. The oldest drums to ever be discovered were found in Iraq, dating back to 3000 BC. In the same general area, there are carvings that depi…
Zildjian A series mastersound hihats 15inch Zildjian A series medium ride (either 22 or 24inch) Paiste 2002 powercrashes, 19 and 20inch But sometimes he also went with a Paiste 2002 ride and Zildjian A crashes. I think it was a Tama Kit too with Remo Powerstroke bass drum heads.
A number of important, useful and simply interesting inventions
were born in the 1960's, including (in no particular order):
the handheld calculator
the anti-anxiety drug Valium
astroturf (artificial turf/grass)
the barcode scanner
the first internet
the artificial heart
Stars are hundreds or thousands of light years away from us, so they can be considered as point sources of lights. The light rays emitted by these stars enter into the earth's atmosphere and undergoes continuous refraction, because each layer of earth's atmosphere has different density. They go on r…
in Iraq the oldest drum was found there
Lots of notes and moving lines for the bass player.2 classic examples are:"Something about You Baby", by The Vibrants [MUST be The Vibrants' version - no one else created this busy, moving bass]"Skye Boat Song", Glen Ingram version only
The use of the xylophone for orchestral music is quite distinct from the xylophone of Indonesian/African origin. It was a Polish Jew, born in Belorussia who modified the instrument and played it all over Europe. His name was Guzikow and was known to and admired by Mendelsohn. The first orc…
Please find below an answer given on a scientific base: Is there a historical relationship between the Indonesian gamelan, and the sets of Chopi xylophones from Mozambique? What is the origin of the xylophone? I / Overview of the problemNote : This text is a translated version of a text origi…
take 1 AU and then pick a few centimeters, make it low, when you have done that then divide your cm's chosen and divide it by 1 AU. what ever your answer is it will be for that amount of km, that is how many cm's there
He uses a broken pedal (for brass instruments) called "the Maestro."
This is a little bit like trying to explain color to a person
who has never been sighted. It is also like trying to answer "Have
you stopped beating your wife"!
Generally, a question like this is asked on a test in a music
appreciation test, and the correct answer is given either in the
book or l…
Common Vitamins and their ExplanationsVitamin AVitamin B6Vitamin B12Vitamin CVitamin DVitamin EVitamin KBiotinFolic AcidNiacinPantothenic AcidRiboflavinThiaminVitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin which means it can be dissolved in fat. Vitamin A is carried through the body by fat. The body can store t…
Steel Drums Originated from Trinidad
Most drums were known to come from India or Africa so I believe that may be the answer.
1. Start on any note on the piano. This note is what will serve as the 'tonic' or the 'starting note'.
2. At this point, the minor scale can be defined on where you place whole steps and half steps. w=whole h=half Now starting with the 'tonic' go up in this way: up a whole, up a whole, up …