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I like music and computers. 


Feb
1
comment Is it possible for a left hander to learn guitar right handed?
Don't forget every violinist learns to play the same regardless of handedness!
Jan
31
comment How to play Rumba-Flamenco (Spanish rumba) style of music on guitar?
I've edited the question in an attempt to make it a bit more answerable.
Jan
31
revised How to play Rumba-Flamenco (Spanish rumba) style of music on guitar?
refactored question to be more answerable
Jan
31
comment Music hardware needed to be able to produce the sounds & style in the following video
Shopping rec questions are off-topic, and this question is too broad to begin with. There are certain characteristics of the song that you could ask about if you were more specific.
Jan
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there a way to develop “Perfect Pitch”?
Jan
30
answered How can I easily manage different tunings?
Jan
27
comment I need the name of this chord
Well for starters, a chord made from stacking 2+4 semitones would be very different from D-F-A#. D-F-A# would be three semitones followed by 5 semitones, and as others have noted, is enharmonic to Bb maj 6/3. 2+4 would be like D-E-G#, which could be seen as a dominant 7th chord in 4/2 inversion.
Jan
17
answered Aiding the transcription of naturally occuring sounds. e.g. Horse whinnying, bird singing, etc
Jan
17
comment Aiding the transcription of naturally occuring sounds. e.g. Horse whinnying, bird singing, etc
@FranklinVP Birdsong is much easier to transcribe pitch by pitch, but a horse whinny is a really unstable combination of multiple pitches at once, if you listen closely. Composers never notate specific pitches for the horse whinny, they basically just write an X notehead and include a written instruction to sound like a horse. The trumpet usually half-valves each valve and just goes for it.
Jan
17
comment Silly idea: automatic screamo converter
@marienbad Would you mind editing this question to focus only on the techniques for distorting the voice track? The track separation and remixing don't really seem relevant to the core of your question, and you will get better answers (and more upvotes) if you limit yourself to just that substance.
Jan
17
answered What's this rhythm called?
Jan
16
revised What's this rhythm called?
fixed jtab
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How is counterpoint different from harmony?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are the dos and don'ts of positioning your thumb on a guitar?
Jan
11
comment How can I rehearse and perform with PDF scores on screen instead of paper scores?
@Mick The question was edited recently. I've reopened.
Jan
10
revised What should I look for in a recording microphone for personal use?
corrected important spelling
Jan
10
comment Software for jamming with midi keyboard
Unfortunately I don't know the Windows equivalent to SimpleSynth, but I used to just keep GarageBand open in the background loaded up with some keyboard sounds for that very reason. Maybe you could streamline the steps needed to open up your program?
Jan
10
answered Chords to fit notes
Jan
10
comment Chords to fit notes
Methinks by the time you were halfway through making one you would have learned how to transpose. :)
Jan
10
revised Chords to fit notes
removed signature, formatting