What is rondo
Rondo (from French rondeau - “circle”, “movement in a circle”) is a musical form in which repeated (at least 3) conducts of the main theme (refrain) alternate with episodes that…

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Arrangement
There are several interpretations of the word "arrangement". In the Soviet methodology, it meant transferring finished music to another performing staff, for example, from a piano to a four-voice choir,…

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Articulation
The word "articulation" means "articulation", "connection". This is an oversimplified assessment of the complex activity of the body, in which thoughts are transformed into words. And much here depends on…

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Audio and MIDI

As you probably already know, when working with music, two main types of sound representation are used – these are Audio and MIDI.

Audio (lat. Audio “hear”) is a general term related to sound technology. Often, the term audio refers to sound recorded on sound media; less commonly, audio means recording and reproduction of sound, sound recording and reproducing equipment.

Audio and MIDI (Audio vs MIDI)
Audio equipment works with signals including frequencies up to 20 kHz, since higher frequency sound is not perceived by hearing. Continue reading

Overture
Overture (from French ouverture, introduction) in music is an instrumental (usually an orchestral) play performed before the start of any performance - a theater performance, opera, ballet, motion picture, etc.,…

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Music. How to make a good sound
Use high-quality hosts, samples and instruments. Do not forget that even if the sample is 24 bits, 96 kilohertz - this does not mean that it is of high quality.…

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About the piano
Piano mechanics. The sound in the piano is extracted by hammering the strings. With the help of pegs, the strings are pulled onto the resonant deck (in the piano, the…

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Violin - a musical instrument
The history of music believes that the violin in its most perfect form arose in the 16th century. By that time, all bowed instruments operating throughout the Middle Ages were…

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