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Hello.

I'm a brazilian CS student, programmer and overall nice guy.

I will try to dabble in these subjects:

Ruby
RoR
C, C++
Lua

If I say something crappy, please be patient with me u.u


Jan
6
asked Tips on counting and playing odd time signatures
Dec
14
revised Does following “musical forms” suppress “creativity”?
got Dave *Weiner* name wrong :)
Dec
14
answered Does following “musical forms” suppress “creativity”?
Dec
14
awarded  Critic
Dec
1
answered Using white spot(markings) on fret board while memorizing notes
Nov
22
revised Teaching rhythm to a beginner
correct spelling of various words
Nov
22
suggested suggested edit on Teaching rhythm to a beginner
Nov
18
revised How to dramatically change the feeling of a song while keeping the melody largely the same?
fixed grammar again
Nov
18
answered How to dramatically change the feeling of a song while keeping the melody largely the same?
Oct
27
accepted How does lack of sleep affect the singing voice?
Oct
13
answered Are there any games useful for ear training?
Oct
11
awarded  Editor
Oct
11
revised What's the best way to provide musicians a copy of a song to use to prepare for a recording session?
Tuxguitar is a clone of GuitarPro
Oct
8
awarded  Enthusiast
Oct
5
answered What's the best way to provide musicians a copy of a song to use to prepare for a recording session?
Sep
28
accepted Is there software for computer assisted drum lessons with MIDI input?
Sep
28
comment Is there software for computer assisted drum lessons with MIDI input?
Yes, that seems precisely what I was looking for. I'll check this out later today.
Sep
28
comment Is there software for computer assisted drum lessons with MIDI input?
That looks promising, but could you specify how the software contemplates my question. Does it work with MIDI input and are there lessons available?
Sep
28
asked Is there software for computer assisted drum lessons with MIDI input?
Sep
26
comment What instruments are inexpensive, portable and not too loud?
That's not a proper answer but a cool thing to try is 'imaginary drumming' using your legs as snare and cymbals and of course your feet as drum pedals. A real drum of course is out of question :)