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I like music and computers. 


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revised How to buy the “right” power attenuator for a tube amplifier?
fixed jtab eating everything
Dec
15
awarded  Guru
Dec
12
answered Tuning a guitar in D# with digital tuner in iso440
Dec
9
comment Position of white dots in guitar fretboard
Not sure where the downvote is from, but one really specific thing I notice is that technically speaking, fretboards are (typically) equal-tempered, not well-tempered.
Dec
7
answered Looking for notation software with good playback
Dec
7
comment Looking for notation software with good playback
I was going to close as software-rec, but I believe this has a valid question about synthesis methods.
Dec
7
reviewed No Action Needed chord progression if the chords are not part of the scale?
Dec
7
reviewed No Action Needed Are minor scales meant to be in sharp or flat keys?
Dec
7
reviewed Approve Help with interpreting notation in Chopin's nocturne op. 9 no. 2
Dec
7
comment New Jackson Rhoads RRXMG control knob confusion
After looking at some of the online resources, it really seems like the consistency isn't very high with this model -- Jackson's own website shows a picture with three knobs, but only claims to have a master tone and master volume. Another site claims one master volume and two tone knobs. If you do bring the guitar to a shop, they should be able to rewire it to your preferences.
Dec
7
answered New Jackson Rhoads RRXMG control knob confusion
Dec
6
comment Help with interpreting notation in Chopin's nocturne op. 9 no. 2
On the last example, the "freely" manner of playing those notes comes from the "senza tempo" marking just before. The significance of the small notes in this case just means they don't count rhythmically against the meter of that measure. You'll note that the two dotted half notes that make up the "big note" rhythm of the bar still equal a full measure of 12/8 time.
Dec
6
comment Methods in Singing Synthesis
Ah, sure -- I'll bet there are some interesting peer-reviewed journal articles on the subject.
Dec
6
comment Methods in Singing Synthesis
Have you heard of "vocaloids"?
Dec
5
comment How do I convert music to a mathematical formula?
I think this question is too open-ended and requires a little more research on your part to learn and decide what you're going for here. There are dozens of ways to write music for any given irrational number, so clearly that's not a 1:1 relationship. And technically speaking, I could scan some sheet music to turn it in to a "formula" of digital symbols, and then print it out again to "convert back".
Dec
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
26
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
24
answered Rhythms notes for didgeridoo
Nov
24
comment Does 3/4 time signature differ from 6/8?
@CarlWitthoft Reverted. I agree its useful information.
Nov
16
comment 1/4 to 1/8 jack problem
+1 -- This is much more likely than the adapter being faulty. You still have the problem of instrument level->mic/line level, though.