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  • Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP)
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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.


Aug
31
answered What is this finger style strumming called?
Aug
27
revised Electronic device that introduces harmonic overtones
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Aug
27
revised Electronic device that introduces harmonic overtones
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Aug
25
revised Acoustic Yamaha U1: One key sounds too loud
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Aug
25
comment What is Voice Leading?
There might be a couple of mistakes in my chord identification in my Bach example. I was trying to provide a quick illustration, not something rigorous.
Aug
23
comment What's a “guide” in the studio recording process?
Think of it as a "rough draft" track that is refined and completed by recording new tracks to replace it.
Aug
22
comment Acoustic Yamaha U1: One key sounds too loud
I wonder if they make a catalytic converter as well.
Aug
22
comment Acoustic Yamaha U1: One key sounds too loud
"Muffler attachment". Cool. I think there are about as many different names for this contraption as there were manufacturers who built them into their pianos.
Aug
22
comment Acoustic Yamaha U1: One key sounds too loud
The proper name for this pedal, historically, is the "moderator". In Europe it is sometimes called the "celeste" pedal.
Aug
21
answered Acoustic Yamaha U1: One key sounds too loud
Aug
21
answered Is there any midi software that can display in real-time the notes I play next to the “real” score?
Aug
19
answered Live Vocal Effects because I don't like my voice
Aug
19
answered Live Vocal Effects because I don't like my voice
Aug
19
comment How do I find a good reverb pedal for a huge, soul-filling sound?
If your soul is really in need of filling, I don't think any electronic device is going to do the job.
Aug
19
comment guitar scales: where to start
If you are just starting out, you do not know enough to figure out what you need to do, and everything you find online will only add to your confusion. Save yourself all this trouble and pay for some lessons with a guitar teacher at your local music store. Your teacher will demonstrate things to you, answer your questions, and set you on the right path.
Aug
19
answered Which fret do I place a capo on, to play Eb music using C chords?
Aug
18
answered How can people stand on their double basses?
Aug
17
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Aug
16
revised Is there a guitar effect set up that can emulate the sound of Nashville tuning?
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Aug
16
comment Is there a guitar effect set up that can emulate the sound of Nashville tuning?
Buy a second guitar -- an inexpensive acoustic or electric, and string it and set it up for Nashville tuning. That would be only a little more expensive than investing in a polyphonic pitch-shifter effects pedal, and it would sound much better, too.