A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions about cover versions of musical works. (NOT for cover art on albums, CDs, etc. For album cover art, use the "artwork" tag instead.)
For general questions about bands, how they live, how they work... Do not use this tag to identify a band, use [identify-this-band] instead. Do not use it to look for similar artists, use [similar-art…
For questions looking to identify an album. Be sure to include enough information (cover art, country and/or language, genre, release year, etc.) for someone to be able to identify it.
About physical properties of sound, or audience perceptions of them - as distinct from other aspects of music (artist, genre etc)
For questions about the British band The Beatles formed in Liverpool in 1960. Main members were John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and George Harrison.
for any questions relating to CD (compact disc) production or manufacturing, or for any question relating to a specific CD. If you are looking to identify an album, use the "identify-this…
Questions about the music in video games. Please do not ask questions that aren't solely about the music.
For questions about the British band Pink Floyd formed in London in 1965. The members were Nick Mason, Roger Waters, Richard Wright, Syd Barret and David Gilmour.
Questions about the artwork accompanying albums, including album covers.
a genre of electronic dance music. Use this tag for music that concerns this genre.
For questions related to the name of a band and or the nickname of an artist. Do not use this tag identifying a song. Do not use this tag for the title of a song or an album.
For questions about musical recordings that have been altered(had material added, removed or changed) to create a different version.
For questions about a music instrument you don't know. Try to give as much as information you can : picture, audio recording, detailed description etc.
Any question relating to the use of samples used in media. Do not use this tag to identify a sample, use [identify-this-sample] instead.
For questions about melody. In its most literal sense, a melody is a combination of pitch and rhythm, while more figuratively, the term can include successions of other musical elements such as tonal …