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I like music and computers. 


May
30
comment How often does each interval appear in the harmonic series (relative to the fundamental)?
After doing some research on my own, I decided I could take this in a very different but equally valid direction that hadn't been covered in the other answers. Please see the edit and offer commentary! I'm also going to clean up some of the existing comments here.
May
30
revised How often does each interval appear in the harmonic series (relative to the fundamental)?
expanded significantly.
May
29
comment How often does each interval appear in the harmonic series (relative to the fundamental)?
Excellent answer!
May
29
comment How often does each interval appear in the harmonic series (relative to the fundamental)?
For each harmonic, are you just "rounding" to the nearest 12-TET interval?
May
29
answered How often does each interval appear in the harmonic series (relative to the fundamental)?
May
28
comment Different kinds of capos
Caught it -- right at 1:33 he flips off the "tooth" that was fretting the D string. So he was basically using it as a single-string and instant-cancel capo.
May
28
awarded  Nice Answer
May
28
comment Time-aligned sound samples
Actually, for instruments with long attack (like strings), they will "play" "ahead" of the beat such that the peak attack lines up with the rhythm. You can't do this with a MIDI keyboard, but perhaps the question is about samples to be played back by a sequencer?
May
27
awarded  Custodian
May
27
reviewed Leave Open Bored when playing instrument
May
26
awarded  Talkative
May
25
comment Shedding two toms and still sound the same?
Took me a moment to realize "shed" meant "remove" and not "woodshed".
May
25
revised transcription wiki description
rewrite and expand
May
25
revised transcription wiki excerpt
rewrite and expand
May
25
comment Does a taste in music reflect an understanding of that music?
Ah, but I didn't quite mean that there's no good or bad music--just that entire genres or styles shouldn't be pigeonholed as good or bad. Also, nice addition about mathematical constructions -- that's certainly an aspect that applies to nearly all music, whether inherent (like the concept of scales or rhythmic divisions) or overt (like serialism, "math rock", etc.)!
May
25
awarded  Enlightened
May
25
awarded  Nice Answer
May
25
answered Does a taste in music reflect an understanding of that music?
May
25
answered Original Floyd Rose or Licenced Alternatives?
May
25
comment Original Floyd Rose or Licenced Alternatives?
I think this is okay. It's much more focused than a typical "shopping recommendation" question.