Reputation
Next tag badge:
121/100 score
19/20 answers
Badges
2 49 115
Newest
 terminology
Impact
~1.6m people reached

10m
answered Is there any evidence that JS Bach, A Vivaldi and J Handel had perfect ear pitch?
23h
comment Is there a name for the sound of a performer physically interacting with their instrument?
We usually specify by naming the part of the instrument that makes the noise. With a piano, it's "hammer noise" or "pedal noise". With a saxophone it's "key noise". With a guitar it's "finger squeak" or "pick noise". On a pipe organ it's "valve noise". Etc.
1d
awarded  terminology
1d
comment Is there a name for the sound of a performer physically interacting with their instrument?
@Tim, I have no idea how that happened. I need to get out of the house more and spend less time in front of my computer.
1d
comment Is this a tie or a slur or something else?
If you experience a monster hemiola, seek medical attention immediately. Otherwise it may advance to a strangulated hemiola, and the curtain will fall on you before the fat lady sings.
1d
answered Is there a name for the sound of a performer physically interacting with their instrument?
2d
answered Is it possible with any recording software to snap to quarter notes when recording from MIDI keyboard?
2d
comment Is this a tie or a slur or something else?
You are correct. It is either a tie, or a slur, or something else.
2d
revised How to transcribe Indian classical music using Western music notation?
clarified question, added tags
Feb
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
4
revised Finale: How can I enter triads using only the keyboard with Speedy Entry?
edited title
Feb
3
comment How is it that 12 eighth notes fit in a measure labeled as common time?
@KJPrice, I don't think that "simple" and "Liszt" can exist in the same sentence. Neither can "simple" and "Chopin". I'm not a pianist but I'm sure there are other Romantic-era composers that would be an easier place to start.
Feb
3
comment How is it that 12 eighth notes fit in a measure labeled as common time?
@LaurencePayne, I agree. The original is how Franz Liszt or his publisher wanted it to appear. I created my version only to analyze it -- to show the triplets clearly to demonstrate how to count the subdivisions of the beat. That is all.
Feb
3
revised How is it that 12 eighth notes fit in a measure labeled as common time?
edited body
Feb
3
answered How is it that 12 eighth notes fit in a measure labeled as common time?
Feb
3
answered When to level/replace frets on an electric guitar?
Feb
3
revised What is a D/A Chord?
added 1 character in body
Feb
3
comment What is a D/A Chord?
@RockinCowboy, that was a "typo" on my part. I'll correct it.
Feb
3
revised What is a D/A Chord?
added tags
Feb
3
revised What is a D/A Chord?
added 241 characters in body