I'm thinking about questions more restricted in scope than "how should I play this particular chord on the guitar"; for example:

I have a "Brand B Model M" synthesizer which features a sequencer. In the "pattern mode", how can I avoid conflicts when chaining consecutive sections with different time signatures?

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I don't see why not, myself. –  Matthew Read Oct 29 '11 at 17:51
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Yes of course ! This website is also intended to be used by experts ! And expert questions may not be limited to generic questions.

People may have an issue on a specific product and the answer may be specific to that product. A wider scope question may not help.

BUT, if the question can be generalized, it should be rewritten to be as generic as possible. But only if it doesn't change the question meaning.

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might this include questions like "How do I extract a certain piece of sound out of a sound file using ableton live 8? –  ExitMusic Mar 26 '12 at 11:12
    
Hum no. This is "Musical Practice and Performance". Your question is about editing. It should belong to AVP (Audio-Video Production) avp.stackexchange.com and should be on-topic there. –  Julien N Mar 27 '12 at 11:55
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