Open Tuning
An open tuning is defined as one that forms a major chord when all the strings are played open (no strings fretted by the left hand).

To repeatedly move back and forth between two points.

This is the name given to any system, mechanical or electronic, that generates a waveform, acoustic or electric, that repeats at a fixed or variable frequency. The frequency of the oscillation defines the frequency of the generated waveform.

This is the term used to describe signal processing equipment that is not contained in a mixing console.

This is a recording process used in multitrack recording. Basically the performer will listen to previously recorded tracks while they record another part to a different track. The tracks are then combined, usually to a stereo pair, during the mixdown process.

When I was nine years old, I started playing guitar, and I took classical guitar lessons and studied music theory. And played jazz for a while. And then when I was around fourteen years old, I discovered punk rock. And so I then tried to unlearn everything I had learned in classical music and jazz so I could play in punk rock bands.”