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I like music and computers. 


Jan
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
12
revised How to programmatically generate Parsons code from a sound file?
added link for FFT
Jan
12
comment How to programmatically generate Parsons code from a sound file?
@user2808054 Fast Fourier Transform. Thanks for the note - I added a link.
Jan
8
reviewed Leave Open What's the meaning of the phrase “an eighth note at quarter”
Jan
6
comment How do you play a glissando with two notes?
Here's an example at about 1:50 youtu.be/9XLbOw6WLS0
Jan
5
awarded  Altruist
Jan
4
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
29
comment Atypical tetrads
Where are these coming from? Can you elaborate on the problem you're trying to solve here? As written, this isn't really a good question for SE--it would be much better if somehow we could help you solve the problem on your own.
Dec
29
answered Time signature change.
Dec
28
awarded  Investor
Dec
28
comment How do I write music down from a recording?
I've purged the comments and re-edited the question. I see no reason why this could not be our "canonical" transcription question in this form. A good answer will go step-by-step at (relatively) beginner level, and should absolutely use the question's example as work material.
Dec
28
revised How do I write music down from a recording?
restructure to be a canonical transcription question
Dec
28
revised How do I write music down from a recording?
rolled back to a previous revision
Dec
28
comment Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 2 without piano
I closed this as a duplicate of what should be the "canonical" question of this type. There are many different options listed as answers; if I were you I would look towards SmartMusic as the most likely solution.
Dec
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
23
revised What do I need to start playing violin amplified?
edited tags
Dec
20
comment How to create fast runs (i.e. speedy notes)?
Not qualified for a full answer, but you can get some clues from chopin to be sure: when he sweeps across the entire keyboard, the intervals tend to be larger at the bottom and smaller at the top -- this is consistent with how the ear likes to hear harmony (see harmonic series).
Dec
20
comment How to create fast runs (i.e. speedy notes)?
I think one important concept for this is the notion of these sequences not being melodic but gestural. Each individual note is important, but they are not being perceived as individual notes -- the entire sequence (in the case of Chopin) is perceived by the listener as one.
Dec
18
revised How to buy the “right” power attenuator for a tube amplifier?
fixed jtab eating everything