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  • Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP)
  • Apple Certified Associate (ACA) in Integration
  • Apple Product Professional (APP)
  • Apple Certified Macintosh Technician (ACMT)

Microsoft Windows SBS 2008 (Small Business Server) Network Administrator, supporting Windows 7 clients.

Former Volunteer Business Administrator for the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra.

I have also been a technical writer, computer magazine tech journalist, music critic and music journalist, copywriter and publicist, and professional musician.


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comment Does a note/key/string struck on one piano cause the same note on another piano to resonate?
Any musical instrument can cause any other nearby musical instrument to resonate, as long as the other musical instrument has something that can resonate that is free to vibrate and is tuned to frequencies sympathetic with the source notes or chords being played by the first instrument. The degree of resonance will vary with the loudness of the source instrument. A soft sound may not cause enough resonance to be heard, but a louder sound will work. Basic physics.
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comment How can I adjust the volume of my guitar connected to an iOS device?
About recording, not about music performance, so it belongs elsewhere.
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