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I like music and computers. 


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wiki created algorithmic-composition excerpt
Jan
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revised How does the Risset Rhythm work?
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Jan
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revised Algorithms for music composition
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Jan
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revised How can I generate nice-sounding random chord progressions?
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Jan
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comment How Can I Replicate The Sound Of An Instrument?
"Electronic Keyboard" is a bit ambiguous. As I say in my answer, digital pianos (fully weighted, 88-key keyboards) use sampling. Lower-end keyboards of various kinds will use less complicated sampling. High-end virtual analog synth workstations (like a Nord keyboard) would have a library of sampled sounds, plus a suite of features to synthesize other timbres. Pure analog synths (like the miniMoog) do not have any samples.
Jan
2
comment Understanding the rhythmic structure of a song
@user29163 If you are good with notation, or want to learn it, then absolutely. If you only learn aurally then it's likely to be frustrating, but if you want to work on written music literacy and have trouble defining the rhythms that you hear, it's incredibly helpful.
Jan
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awarded  Strunk & White
Jan
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revised Can a song in one key contain major chords that are not in the key? Or does that change the key?
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Jan
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answered Can a song in one key contain major chords that are not in the key? Or does that change the key?
Dec
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comment How Can I Replicate The Sound Of An Instrument?
Also music.stackexchange.com/questions/7141/math-formulae-for-organs
Dec
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answered How Can I Replicate The Sound Of An Instrument?
Dec
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answered How can I play that crazy sound in Koko Taylor's “Wang Dang Doodle”?
Dec
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revised How do I play this ornament/slur? (Guitar Tab)
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Dec
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comment Completely computer music: good or bad?
The question is overly broad--we could be talking about anything from improvisation to technique to AI and neuroscience.
Dec
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comment Can someone explain the rhythm of a Mazurka?
@percusse That's the same point I make in the second paragraph. The purpose of counting 'one TWO THREE' is to practice tracking the progress of the meter irrespective of the accent pattern. If the numbers don't mean anything to you, there are bigger problems to address. I'm not sure what you mean by switching to a 6/4 perspective--are you talking about merging every two measures and counting them as one? I don't see how that would change the problem--you can still phase by a beat and then it's a waltz.
Dec
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answered Can someone explain the rhythm of a Mazurka?
Dec
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Power chord: Can the lower fifth be used?
Dec
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awarded  Revival
Dec
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answered Is there difference between Fusion and Hybrid?
Dec
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answered What parameters decide one's vocal range?