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I like music and computers. 


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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.
Nov
16
comment 1/4 to 1/8 jack problem
It really depends on your specific equipment. You need to figure out if your laptop input is mic level or line level, and if your amp has an appropriate output--this would usually be marked "DI Out", and you may need to consult your manual to find out what level it is at. Be very careful with those 1/4" jacks--the same type of cable is occasionally even used to power speakers, and you don't want to go and fry your laptop by accident.
Nov
16
answered 1/4 to 1/8 jack problem
Nov
15
comment Is “You shouldn't play all 6 strings together on an electric guitar” good teaching?
If it sounds, it is.
Nov
12
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
7
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
4
awarded  guitar
Nov
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
3
comment Do I need a pop filter when I'm recording guitars?
@JCPedroza I accept the rebuke!
Nov
3
revised Do I need a pop filter when I'm recording guitars?
accept correction from JCPedroza
Nov
3
comment Teaching Bandmates to Count
@DanHulme Possibly "whupped".
Nov
3
answered Do I need a pop filter when I'm recording guitars?
Oct
20
comment Electronic Wind Instrument technique resources
OP: Could you add some information about why you've chosen a flute fingering map? Do you have experience playing the C transverse flute, or any other woodwind instruments? If the EWI is your only instrument, a different fingering map might be more appropriate.
Oct
20
comment Electronic Wind Instrument technique resources
@Kevin You are right about questions that are broadly asking about broad topics, but there's nothing wrong with long answers. This question seems fine with a little clarification, as it has some specific problems it is looking to solve.
Oct
18
comment Is “16va” proper notation?
@supercat You're not wrong! I think some of the contemporary usage in the English speaking world comes from teachers and students equating '8va' with "octave above" and '8vb' with "octave below" even though it should really be "ottava" on its own.
Oct
11
reviewed Edit Difficulty tuning in Drop D
Oct
11
revised Difficulty tuning in Drop D
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