Monthly Archives: March 2019
In a number of developed countries, there are so-called “music” roads. These are sections of the route with grooves of different depths, located (across the direction of the road) at a certain distance from each other. Traffic creates different frequencies. The alternation of these frequencies “creates” a melody that is accessible to the human ear.
The sound of the melody is directly determined by the speed. The highway is designed in such a way that the musical composition is heard only by the driver whose vehicle is moving at the designated speed. Continue reading
Before you start learning to play the guitar, you need to remember the string numbering. Many novice guitarists think that the first string is the one on top. In fact, the first string is the thinnest, it is located at the bottom. The top string, the thickest, is number 6.
Next, you need to learn the numbering of the fingers of your left hand. Usually, in notes or tablatures, it is indicated with which finger you need to hold a particular string. Continue reading
The voice that nature has given to man is able to transmit sounds not only in conversation and expression of emotions, but also when singing. The melody of the human voice is very rich, its palette is multicolored, and the ranges of sound heights are very individual. These criteria allowed a person to define a separate genre of vocals in art.
The concept itself was defined and designated in Latin (vocalis – “sounding”). A vocalist is a musician who uses his or her voice as an instrument. It may be the low sounding and the singing notes of the upper register. Bass or soprano, baritone or mezzo-soprano, Alto or tenor are different types of singing voices. Continue reading