One inconsistency I have noticed is with questions that ask for a list of resources about X. The number of examples are numerous, take a look here.
Perhaps this is an opportunity to discuss this matter formally and better narrow down what sort of resources can be asked about since so many questions slip through the cracks. A new tag?
Or...perhaps this only ...
Why should we deem acceptance as so important? Often questions are from casual visitors to the site - regard the number of newbies - who maybe don't even ever return to read their answers. If they do, there's no compulsion to accept a particular answer - and they may not understand some anyway. There have been questions I've posed (hardly a newbie!) that ...
More volume from a Bass Clarinet
Net Score: 12 (Excellent: 12, Satisfactory: 7, Needs Improvement: 0)
Learning the musical concepts in the book "Gödel, Escher, Bach"
Net Score: 10 (Excellent: 11, Satisfactory: 7, Needs Improvement: 1)
What's the difference between genre and style?
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What does "in position" mean when referring to scored music?
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Using flatted third in 12 bar blues
Net Score: 15 (Excellent: 18, Satisfactory: 5, Needs Improvement: 3)
Why “delta” chords?
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Well I can certainly understand that if someone stumbles across Music: Practice and Theory SE via a search engine such as Google, their first impression is going to be based on the quality of the question and answer they find.
Many of the questions and answers are excellent and would be useful to a large number of people who could potentially "Google" the ...
I thought @KevinJohnsrude's question about android apps for reading sheet music was pretty useful, but it only got one answer, and it doesn't show up via Google easily at all. And, a lot of other useful info about this subject does show up easily on Google.
How to have a penetrating voice?
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What is this part of the guitar called (see pic)?
Net Score: 5 (Excellent: 5, Satisfactory: 6, Needs Improvement: 0)
Recognizing downwards intervals by humming corresponding upwards interval - bad practice?
Net Score: 5 (Excellent: 5, ...