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Oracle Database Designer and Developer

Since 2000 Jeffrey has designed, developed, maintained and enhanced a variety of large and small custom applications for the government sector using Oracle Database 7.3, 8i, 9i, 10g and 11g; Application Express 3.1, 3.2, 4.0, 4.1, and 4.2; Oracle Forms 4.5, 6i, 9i and 10g; Oracle Reports 2.5, 6i and 9i.

He has particular interests and experience in Oracle SQL, PL/SQL, database performance tuning, and Oracle Application Express (APEX).


Apr
5
comment What do the letters above the piano staff represent?
I've a pianist friend who actually prefers the chords over the actual notes.
Apr
5
comment How good is the idea to learn something in addition to the teacher task
I think most teachers would love it if their students wanted to do extra-curricular learning. As long as the break is not too long, they can always help you correct any bad habits that are picked up as a result. Also, the process of unlearning a bad habit is, itself, a good thing to experience and learn.
Apr
5
comment Piano fingering
I'd generally see that it was going up to the C# and that I'd want my 1st on that note for the next phrase, so just use all my fingers: 5-4-3-2-1 and if my hand wasn't big enough, possibly do a little jump from the initial F# to the first C#, even using the sustain to mask the gap. But that's just me; in general I think Poben's answer is good.
Feb
7
awarded  Organizer
Feb
7
revised Are some synthesizers and keyboards able to interchange sounds?
tried to make sense of the question; grammar and cleanup
Feb
7
suggested suggested edit on Are some synthesizers and keyboards able to interchange sounds?
Sep
10
awarded  Commentator
Sep
10
answered What do the brackets mean?
Sep
10
comment How to convert recorded Piano music to midi?
This is somewhat akin to handwriting recognition - i.e. a very hard problem to solve. It'd be much easier to use a keyboard that can record the keys you play directly into MIDI format.
Sep
9
awarded  Yearling
May
31
comment Trying to program a piano staff/stave. Is this what it's supposed to look like?
Agreed, and I wouldn't be very impressed by printed material that didn't use the elliptical shape. Just saying it's not essential for comprehension; certainly not as important as placement.
May
29
comment Trying to program a piano staff/stave. Is this what it's supposed to look like?
Can't remember what I was thinking at the time :)
May
29
comment Trying to program a piano staff/stave. Is this what it's supposed to look like?
I'm not sure, but whether it's drawn as an ellipse or a circle shouldn't matter - more of a style thing I think. Maybe ellipses are slightly easier to read.
May
29
comment Trying to program a piano staff/stave. Is this what it's supposed to look like?
@DavidAxtellMooreII - thanks, corrected
May
29
revised Trying to program a piano staff/stave. Is this what it's supposed to look like?
corrected note about stave lines
Dec
19
comment With regards to piano sheet music, when are you supposed to press the pedal(s)?
I use #4 quite a lot - especially at the end of a piece, if I want it to fade away gradually, or if my final chord was played a bit too loud for my liking. I find it easy to do if I jiggle my foot up and down very quickly and lightly; this allows me to control the rate of fading. Even works on the electric piano.
Dec
19
comment With regards to piano sheet music, when are you supposed to press the pedal(s)?
+1 ObscureRobot, had never thought of the sympathetic resonation and how it would need to be simulated by an electric piano.
Dec
19
awarded  Editor
Dec
19
revised Trying to program a piano staff/stave. Is this what it's supposed to look like?
I'd forgotten the name of the horizontal staff lines - ledger lines (thanks Gauthier)
Dec
19
answered Trying to program a piano staff/stave. Is this what it's supposed to look like?