Bir kişi tarafından söylenen veya çalınan müzik parçası.
Bir dizede, bir notada vurgu, uzunluk veya ses özelliklerinin, durakların düzenli bir biçimde tekrarlanmasından doğan ses uygunluğu, tartım, dizem. ayr. bk. guitar solo
Tune, air, strain, or a whole piece, played by a single person on an instrument, or sung by a single voice.
To perform alone or as the predominant part.
Bicycle for one rider, as opposed to a tandem; a normal bicycle.
Your first totally unassisted flight that results in a controlled landing.
Canoe designed for a single paddler, seated amidships, using either the traditional canoe paddle or the double-bladed kayak paddle In most cases, a better option for odd numbered parties than traveling three to a canoe.
Passage in which one musician improvises new melodies, usually with the accompaniment of a rhythm section.
The Goal! The spiritual state that all Ab initios strive for On my own at last God isn't it quiet in the back Isn't this wonderful Boy isn't this going to cost me a lot in the pub tonight.
To sing or play an instrument without accompaniment.
Condition of flight that can only exist when the pilot is the sole occupant of the aircraft, i e , no passengers or instructor Applicants for pilot certificates must log at least a specified amount of solo time for each certificate.
An independent musical part taken by a single singer, often lasting less than one measure at the start or end of a vocal line.
Most common meanings: In Free Improvisation, unaccompanied - in Jazz, accompanied by a rhythm section - in Rock, accompanied by a cast of thousands.
Function commonly found on mixing consoles, soloing a channel is the opposite of pushing a mute switch; solo mutes all channels EXCEPT the one being soloed In general, solo only affects signals in the control room monitors, or headphones on a live console It does not mute signal being sent out other outputs This allows the engineer to listen to individual signals while not interfering with other mixer functions.
Any flight time during which the Pilot in Command is the sole occupant of the aircraft.
Passage or composition for a single voice or instrument.
Solo , solo attempt , solo run , standalone.
Performing, or performed, alone; uncombined, except with subordinate parts, voices, or instruments; not concerted.
Flight in which the aircraft pilot is unaccompanied any activity that is performed alone without assistance a musical composition for one voice or instrument perform a piece written for a single instrument fly alone, without a co-pilot or passengers composed or performed by a single voice or instrument; 'a passage for solo clarinet'.
Any activity that is performed alone without assistance.
Musical composition for one voice or instrument.
Flight in which the aircraft pilot is unaccompanied.
Fly alone, without a co-pilot or passengers.
Perform a piece written for a single instrument.
Without anybody else; 'the child stayed home alone'; 'he flew solo'.
Composed or performed by a single voice or instrument; 'a passage for solo clarinet'.
If you want to listen exclusively to one track, you can mute all other tracks Alternative: Select a track to 'solo' [See also: MUTE.
N/vb abbreviation for free solo, climbing without protection or aid.
One singer or performer performing with or without accompaniment.
Abbreviation for free solo, climbing without protection or aid.
Acronym for Sounding Oceanographic Langrangian Observer, a second-generation ALACE float designed to correct the design flaws of the latter The SOLO uses a single-stroke hydraulic pump allowing full up-down control, and eliminates the internal oil bladder See Davis et al.
Alone, on your own.
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