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Frequency Chart II Frequency and Arrangement
July 13 2011 01:00 PM | Full Story...
Frequency Overlap ThumbnailIn EnginEARing Part 7 we look at how our instrument frequency chart provides a significant clue as to the importance of musical arrangement and how directing our ear’s attention to that aspect of our music can often provide a key reason why some mixes work and sound better than others.











"The creation and destruction of harmonic and 'statistical' tensions is essential to the maintenance of compositional drama. Any composition (or improvisation) which remains consonant and 'regular' throughout is, for me, equivalent to watching a movie with only 'good guys' in it, or eating cottage cheese."
- Frank Zappa




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