EP stands for "extended play" as EP records are longer than original single 45 records, usually containing 4 tracks. Artists usually release an EP before the full album to give the fans a taste of what is coming. The EP may include anywhere from 2 to 10 songs depending on the length of the full album.
A good example of an EP containing 4 tracks was The Beatles' 'Twist and Shout (EP)'. The EP format is also used as a low-cost way of showcasing new artists.
Historically, EP records were often similar to seven inch single records but played at 33 1/3 rpm rather than 45 rpm.
EP, sometimes in movies means 'Electromagnetic Pulse' , again depending on the context.
Music as a Weapon EP was created in 2006.
The term EP can mean 'electro-plate', which is a characteristic of the metal in which the stone is set. EP is also used to identify cutting tools used to draw designs in metals, where one of the characteristics of the tool is a diamond-shaped stylus. EP is not a term usually associated with a diamond stone.
The term "piano" in music means soft
It's a demo CD with like 3 songs max.
EP means extended play. LP means long play. It has to do with the length of a record. An EP usually consists of around 6 tracks, while an LP is closer to 10-12.
the tempo the music is played at
Extended play. Its like a mini-album. It is too long for be a single and too short to be an album.
That's not a standard term in music.
Ep. cells 2-3 what does that mean?
EP is a musical term that stands for extended play. An EP has more songs than a single, but does not have enough to stand as a full studio album.
depends on where it is.... what is the context?
In a singing style
It reders to a bar.
It's Like a Demo Album , however has about half the songs of a normal Album Extended Play
EP stands for Extended Play - longer than a single, but shorter than a full album
EP stands for Extended Play. It's a recording or collection of recordings, containing more music than a single, but less than a full album or LP ..
I know of no music term "gure." There is, however, the word leger, as in leger lines, the lines on music staff paper, for writing music.
to have notes equal a measure