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(update) - I'm having a board game published! We'd appreciate your support on Facebook or on Twitter, as we prepare for a Kickstarter campaign in early 2014.


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8
awarded  Yearling
Sep
18
comment What are the pros and cons of Traditional Grip vs. Matched Grip for snare and drumset?
Would a matched grip avoid some of the issues you mentioned if the drummer is using a "remote hi hat clutch"?
Mar
23
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
13
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
4
awarded  Yearling
Jun
9
comment How long should I take voice lessons in order to unleash the full potential of my voice?
@Luke: If you look closely, you can see that there is one lower-case "h" in the first comment (of which mine was satire). Hmm...
Jun
9
comment How long should I take voice lessons in order to unleash the full potential of my voice?
WORST COMMENT EVER.
May
31
awarded  Scholar
May
31
accepted “Standard” drum notation alternatives
Apr
3
comment What are good beginner books to follow for classical guitar (self study or otherwise) ?
Upvote for reminding me of this good (according to my subjective memory!) resource... though I can't elaborate on why either!
Mar
5
comment How can I learn to sing and play an instrument (like Piano) at the same time?
What kind of songs are we talking about, here?
Feb
27
comment Lead sheets / fake sheets without score
In light of your comments under "Editing ...", I wonder why anyone would choose the ASCII method...??
Feb
23
comment “Standard” drum notation alternatives
This is an excellent answer. Thanks.
Feb
21
comment How to start self learning to play guitar?
At least teach him D so he can play "Hey hey what can I do" by Zeppelin!
Feb
21
comment WHY do harmonics happen?
(+1) for the fourth drawing. Well... mostly :)
Feb
21
comment In a song in G major the sound F appears and sounds good. Is there a name for such a phenomenon?
Wish that I could help you with a reference. It's music theory, so ... I don't know... Google it!
Feb
21
awarded  Editor
Feb
21
revised In a song in G major the sound F appears and sounds good. Is there a name for such a phenomenon?
added 574 characters in body
Feb
20
comment In a song in G major the sound F appears and sounds good. Is there a name for such a phenomenon?
I anxiously await your edit.
Feb
20
answered In a song in G major the sound F appears and sounds good. Is there a name for such a phenomenon?