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I like music and computers. 


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Sep
5
comment Does there exist a singer's muzzle or silencer?
A particularly advanced sound isolation room can actually provide variable virtual acoustics, so you can make it sound like you're in a large hall, or even act as a dampener so everything isn't coming right back at you.
Sep
5
comment Does there exist a singer's muzzle or silencer?
I am confused. If you are partially deaf, I understand the concern for your neighbors' peace and quiet since you may not be able to tell how loud you are, but I was not aware that any kind of partial deafness made your ears easier to damage. You should not be able to damage your own hearing with your own voice without any kind of amplification.
Sep
3
revised Playing guitar with webbed fingers
appended answer 23307 as supplemental
Sep
3
comment Playing guitar with webbed fingers
Being blunt is fine, but please don't be rude.
Sep
2
answered What do you learn in music colleges, for drums?
Aug
28
answered Error computing prime form of a pitch class set
Aug
22
reviewed Excellent How to put PA speaker so I can't get any feedback?
Aug
22
reviewed Excellent Headphones for musicians
Aug
22
reviewed Satisfactory Lower guitar tuning
Aug
22
reviewed Excellent More volume from a Bass Clarinet
Aug
22
reviewed Satisfactory Solution for guitar play with backing track
Aug
22
reviewed Excellent Learning the musical concepts in the book “Gödel, Escher, Bach”
Aug
22
reviewed Satisfactory Instruments that challenge your ear
Aug
22
reviewed Excellent What's the difference between genre and style?
Aug
22
reviewed Excellent Stress in music
Aug
22
reviewed Needs Improvement What Android app is most-used for reading music on the bandstand in these circumstances?
Aug
21
revised Relationship between 3/4 and 4/4
deleted 7 characters in body
Aug
21
comment Relationship between 3/4 and 4/4
Sorry @LeeKowalkowski -- that was a kind of odd sentence construction. I'll change "argue" to "dispute" to make it clearer.