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Varaveena Mrudu Paani notations

Discussion in 'Carnatic and Hindustani tutorials' started by Jimsweb, Sep 25, 2009.

  1. administrator

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    the easiest way to find out the original scale from an mp3 is to match that song against sa-pa-sa combination in keyboard. If an mp3 is matching with sa-pa-sa combination then obviously that song is in C.

    if its matching with ri - da- ri combination, then that song is in D.. and so on.. You may have to try a few songs prior to identifying scales correctly. After all practice makes you perfect.
     
  2. Jimsweb

    Jimsweb Super Moderator

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    lots of information. Thanks for the share.
     
  3. Chandran

    Chandran Senior Moderator

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    Hi Administrator

    Could you please explain with an example. A very simple malayalam song is enough. Please use "en swaram poovidum". I did't get the sa-pa-sa and ri-sa-ri i.e. why.

     
  4. administrator

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    it's simple - if you try with a keyboard, you can see that the whole song is in sync with 'two katta sruti' (randu katta sruti). This is equavalent to re - dha - ri .
    This is is again equal to D scale in western. Hope this helps.
     
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