Reputation
20,464
Next tag badge:
91/100 score
28/20 answers
Badges
6 29 78
Newest
 chords
Impact
~1.1m people reached

Jul
3
comment How to start making musique concrète?
Oberdada - discussion isn't really what Stack Exchange is aimed at. That final paragraph is really open ended...
Jul
3
answered Instrumental Live Performance
Jul
3
comment Why can't I whistle and hum different notes at the same time?
I have removed your question part - as Andrew said, please ask it as a new question if you want.
Jul
3
revised Why can't I whistle and hum different notes at the same time?
deleted 748 characters in body
Jul
2
comment Acceptable temperatures for an electric guitar
At really high temperatures you start to worry about glue melting, or metal parts bending, but it will depend on the type of guitar. A solid electric guitar may not be very sensitive, but an acoustic guitar could suffer a large effect.
Jul
1
reviewed Reviewed In 12-tone music, how frequently do composers allow themselves to alternate between adjacent notes of the tone row?
Jul
1
answered Acceptable temperatures for an electric guitar
Jun
28
answered What can I use to clean the rim and inside of my metal snare drum?
Jun
28
comment Reduce a tube amp power or volume
How on earth have I never heard of these? I don't want one, as I like playing loud, but it is very smart.
Jun
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
24
comment Should I look at the fretboard while I play guitar?
I would like to look at my fretboard more, as some slides I do are tricky to aim, but I tend to wear a mask on stage with bright lights for eyes, so I don't really get to see anything :-)
Jun
22
comment How to connect a 16 ohm and an 8 ohm cabinet to the same amp head
Good point on the relative volume - that is likely to be the key factor.
Jun
21
answered How to connect a 16 ohm and an 8 ohm cabinet to the same amp head
Jun
21
reviewed Leave Open What scales can I play over a A 13 flat ninth chord?
Jun
21
reviewed Looks OK How can I force LilyPond to repeat a chord symbol (relates to alternate endings)?
Jun
18
comment Tips for tuning a dulcimer/psaltery/etc with arthritis?
Brilliant. I'm really glad.
Jun
17
comment How does this technique (Beat Tap?) work?
I'm not sure if there is any shortcut route other than just to keep trying and practicing. Consistency and control are pretty much learned over time.
Jun
12
revised Starting metronome at different places
added 1 characters in body
Jun
10
comment How does this technique (Beat Tap?) work?
I am not sure which bit you are describing. The thumb is used to mute after the slap, and he just hits one string. That is just practice. You can learn to simply hit one string at a time.
Jun
10
comment Starting metronome at different places
In not sure it's a difference in tempo. Think it is the trying to sync the tempo with the backing track