You love your site and we love your site, but there is a whole world of people out there who might not even know it exists. When they do find it, their first impression will either scare them away or keep them around. Given this, let's take a hard look at the questions and answers here and make sure newcomers see the site at its best!
Below you'll find ten questions randomly selected from this site. What do you think about each of them and their answers? Are they the best they can be or can they be improved? Would they look interesting and inviting to an outsider or are they a little embarrassing?
Upvote the corresponding post here on meta when we're awesome. Downvote when our content just isn't quite up to par.
Oh, and do comment to let everyone know your thoughts and take part in this conversation. :)
[EDIT]: As promised, here's some aggregated feedback from the team.
While your question quality is seemingly pretty solid, what's most concerning is your low questions per day. The traffic stats and Area 51 card would indicate that you all are growing -- more users, more visits, more eyes on the site, etc. -- but it appears much of that traffic is passive and not asking the important questions. To me, that seems like your audience is being served elsewhere.
In fact, it seems like your overall activity is falling off, which is troubling; you're coming around the bend to being two years in beta, but it seems you've stopped growing.
Fortunately, all is not lost! You're in the middle of a new semester, and plenty of students and practitioners should be restarting their practice anew. Perhaps toss good posts onto Reddit, or into university mailing lists? Music education courses would also benefit greatly from out site, in my opinion. Some low-level promo work from the community could go quite a long way.
Otherwise: stay the course. We'd like you to grow, but you're fine just the way you are right now.
I hope this is helpful!