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I like music and computers. 


Nov
11
revised Finding chords that sound like a single note
improved title
Nov
11
comment Finding chords that match with single notes
Strangely enough, I don't find this to be a dupe of that other question. Rather, I think the titles actually need to be switched -- that question is about finding chords that actually sound like a single note (i.e. Power Chords) whereas this song's chords are quite clearly not power chords.
Nov
8
answered Trombone attachments, bore, and range
Nov
8
answered What is bad about Roman Numeral Analysis?
Nov
8
comment How do I read this text-only musical notation from Wikipedia
Pretty much every musician you ask is going to have a different syllable for triplet subdivisions. I prefer 1 ta ma 2 ta ma, though I've heard la li from a few people before.
Nov
8
comment Scruggs Banjo Tuners - are they necessary?
Seems this questions should be more "Is Earl Scruggs' style defined by his tuners?"
Nov
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
6
answered Converting to harmonic and melodic minor
Nov
5
answered What are the touch-pad things that the guitarist and bassist of Muse use?
Nov
4
comment What is a good solo to learn in the major scale?
I think it's a great idea to teach scales by including real music, like a solo, along with the regular playing of scale patterns on their own.
Nov
4
revised What is a good solo to learn in the major scale?
formatting/grammar/politeness
Nov
4
comment Can anyone learn to sing higher?
@Luke, that's just an approximation of the upper limit.
Nov
2
revised Roman Analysis of “Ab B G” chord
added image display code
Nov
2
answered Roman Analysis of “Ab B G” chord
Nov
2
answered How do I read this text-only musical notation from Wikipedia
Nov
1
comment Roman Analysis of “Ab B G” chord
Are you sure you're not misreading a clef (or two)? I can't imagine a teacher assigning a roman numeral analysis on that kind of chord, ever. Supplying a picture or scan is encouraged.
Oct
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
29
answered Software for practicing the reading of jazz chord changes?
Oct
28
comment Silent, extremely portable instrument to learn music
+1: WOW, I hadn't seen this before--looks like an excellent app!
Oct
28
comment How to achieve Jaco Pastorius' percussive effect
Worth noting that Jaco plays a fretless bass, so the slides up and down are going to be pretty different on a typical bass.