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I like music and computers. 


Jul
9
revised What are the origins of music theory?
tag, edit title
Jun
21
revised Learning to create melodies
correction of name
Jun
13
revised New Guitar Strings Buzzing
merge with second answer
May
30
revised How to interpret a MIDI file?
clean up
May
30
revised How often does each interval appear in the harmonic series (relative to the fundamental)?
added 258 characters in body
May
30
revised How often does each interval appear in the harmonic series (relative to the fundamental)?
add tiny bit of math
May
30
revised How often does each interval appear in the harmonic series (relative to the fundamental)?
expanded significantly.
May
25
revised transcription wiki description
rewrite and expand
May
25
revised transcription wiki excerpt
rewrite and expand
May
17
revised How should 3 notes joined with 1 beam line drawn on 5-staff-line?
add scale degrees to image
May
5
revised Finding the Shadaj (tonic) in Hindustani Sangeet (North Indian Classical Music)
Improved title, improved tags
Apr
29
revised Which pieces did Mozart write originally for SATB choir a cappella?
improved question title
Apr
15
revised How to play a grace note on the ukulele?
added 149 characters in body
Apr
11
revised Metronome markings vs. tempo markings (BPM vs. words)
better title
Apr
9
revised Is it possible to programmatically generate Parson's code from a sound file?
improved title so no longer software-rec
Apr
2
revised What do the letters above the piano staff represent?
more specific title
Apr
1
revised What musical tropes make sci-fi music recognizable?
remove dead youtube video
Mar
30
revised What does the tie across other different notes mean?
elaborated upon Ravel ties
Mar
25
revised What musical tropes make sci-fi music recognizable?
retitled and reformatted
Mar
25
revised How does countertenor vocal technique differ from “standard” vocal technique?
removed an incorrect assumption