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Beatmakers refer to a person involved in producing musical beats.
Octave refers to the spanning of white keys using a fixed interval.
White keys on a piano refer to the seven-note names (A-B-C-D-E-F-G).
The black keys are identified as sharp or flat.
Sharp refers to a black key that is higher than a white key.
The term Flat refers to a black key that is lower than a white key.
A chord is getting produce when more than one note is played in the musical instrument at once, containing two, three, or more individual notes.
C minor is a scale based on the C root, consisting of the pitches C, D, E♭, F, G, A♭, and B♭.
A scale consists of building blocks for chords that have a musical interconnection.
Tempo is a musical term related to the speed or pace of a given piece. Usually measured in beats per minute (or bpm).
Chords inversions involve the process of ascertaining the relationship among its lowest notes with the other notes.
An arpeggio involves the process of playing a sequence of notes in descending order.