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r/piano
287k members
All things piano related!
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r/keyboards
54.0k members
Non-mouse and non-audio input devices for the discerning fingertip.
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r/todayilearned
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You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here.
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r/classicalmusic
1.4m members
Whether you're a musician, a newbie, a composer or a listener, welcome. Please turn off your phone, and applaud between threads, not individual posts.
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r/Chempros
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A subreddit for chemistry professionals.
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r/harpejji
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Tips, tricks, and techniques for the harpejji
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r/cubasis
406 members
Cubasis is Stenberg's DAW available on Apple IOS devices. This subreddit has been setup to share tips, workflows and show of your recent projects!
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r/janko
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The Jankó keyboard is an alternative musical keyboard layout with some key advantages over the traditional layout. This subreddit is for people who want to play it, support it, and discuss it.
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r/ChurchOfRoselia
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This subreddit is about Roselia from BanG Dream! Roselia’s Song Infos, Roselia’s Stories, and stories you want to tall other people who doesn’t play this game and doesn’t know. This is what I wanted to make! Please join in.
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r/BestHarpejji
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The Harpejji is an isomorphic string instrument. It is like a cross between an electric guitar and a Janko Keyboard. The pitch layout is similar to a Janko keyboard except that there are no duplicated rows; each row is a half-step higher. harpejji-layout 24 strings are tuned a whole step apart, for a four-octave range of open strings, plus 15 frets a half-step apart, for a total range of over 5 octaves (A0, by which they probably mean the lowest A on the piano, to A5).
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r/ProMusician
226 members
This is a forum for professional musicians (live/studio players, teachers, composers, producers, etc), at any level (local bands, wedding bands, big and small studios, tours of any size, writing jingles, private teachers, college teachers, music production, etc). Or not doing it professionally, but have professional-grade level of proficiency. Aspiring professionals looking for guidance welcome!
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