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  1. Tim said "CD cases are NOT absorbent like books. If anything CD cases will cause you more reflections. You want MASS and soft non-uniform surfaces." How about I if hang another moving blanket where the CD cases or in your case Books are? What do you think of this idea? This will give me alot more absorption. Brian
  2. Tim says "Or make a PVC frame and use spring clips: " Do I use the large 3" metal spring clips to hold the blankets or the 2" non-metal clips? Also you mentioned Point the back towards a bookcase full of books .In my situation it would be a case full of CD's ? Is that ok or should the back be against a corner?
  3. I went to Ace hardware and they built me a quilt hanger for $8 Two pieces of wood each 76 inches long which is the width of the blanket with three bolts attached to the two pieces of wood. Two identical wood pieces 76 iches long are fastened by three bolts. You fit the blanket between the the two pieces of wood and screw the bolts tight to squeeze and hold the blanket. When you want to remove the blanket you loosen the squeeze on the bolts. I pounded two nails in the wall and two anchors to the pieces of wood and attached it to the wall. It hangs like a picture. Works great. I am using one blanket. Does the blanket face the front of the vocalist or the back to absorb the sound? How many blankets you recommend? I have run out of walls to attach furthur blankets?
  4. I went to Ace hardware and they built me a quilt hanger for $8 Two pieces of wood each 76 inches long which is the width of the blanket with three bolts attached to the two pieces of wood. Two identical wood pieces 76 iches long are fastened by three bolts. You fit the blanket between the the two pieces of wood and screw the bolts tight to squeeze and hold the blanket. When you want to remove the blanket you loosen the squeeze on the bolts. I pounded two nails in the wall and two anchors to the pieces of wood and attached it to the wall. It hangs like a picture. Works great. I am using one blanket. Does the blanket face the front of the vocalist or the back to absorb the sound? How many blankets you recommend? I have run out of walls to attach furthur blankets?
  5. I went to Ace hardware and they built me a quilt hanger for $8 Two pieces of wood each 76 inches long which is the width of the blanket with three bolts attached to the two pieces of wood. Two identical wood pieces 76 iches long are fastened by three bolts. You fit the blanket between the the two pieces of wood and screw the bolts tight to squeeze and hold the blanket. When you want to remove the blanket you loosen the squeeze on the bolts. I pounded two nails in the wall and two anchors to the pieces of wood and attached it to the wall. It hangs like a picture. Works great. I am using one blanket. Does the blanket face the front of the vocalist or the back to absorb the sound? How many blankets you recommend? I have run out of walls to attach furthur blankets?
  6. I have a 7.5 lb sound absorption blanket 70x62. I want to hang on the wall. What is the best way to hang this blanket?
  7. "The numbers indicate triads built upon the corresponding scale degree. In the case of the Roman numerals, lower case = minor triad and upper case = major triad. The Arabic 7s are a concession to pop notation and simply denote an added b7. These qualifying numbers can also be used to specify inversions and imply certain voicings. This last point is not however, relevant to the example." How do you specify chord inversions or imply certain voicings using the Nashville system? For example 1maj 6 m 2 m 57 Can somenboy tell me how you would specify the 1st inversion of 1maj. The 2nd inversion of 6 m Chord "That's one of the limitations of the Nashville system. The music it was designed for doesn't make a great use of inversions, so there subsequently isn't really a way to notate it." So you can't spefiy inversions with Nasville system? How do you specify chord inversions or imply certain voicings using the Roman Numerial system?
  8. "The numbers indicate triads built upon the corresponding scale degree. In the case of the Roman numerals, lower case = minor triad and upper case = major triad. The Arabic 7s are a concession to pop notation and simply denote an added b7. These qualifying numbers can also be used to specify inversions and imply certain voicings. This last point is not however, relevant to the example." How do you specify chord inversions or imply certain voicings using the Nashville system? For example 1maj 6 m 2 m 57 Can somenboy tell me how you would specify the 1st inversion of 1maj. The 2nd inversion of 6 m Chord
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