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I like music and computers. 


Oct
11
revised Difficulty tuning in Drop D
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Oct
1
revised What does this split stem notation mean?
added a more useful title
Sep
24
revised Fixing off-tempo MIDI performance
edited tags
Sep
24
revised Reading material for making the switch from FL to Reason
edited tags
Sep
3
revised Playing guitar with webbed fingers
appended answer 23307 as supplemental
Aug
21
revised Relationship between 3/4 and 4/4
deleted 7 characters in body
Aug
11
revised What improvisational techniques were employed by Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker that defined bebop?
edit title
Aug
11
revised What made Mozart unique as an improviser?
edit title
Aug
11
revised Does improvisation in the classical idiom differ significantly from jazz and folk improvisation?
slight revamp for reopen
Aug
11
revised What is the approach taken by Bill Frisell to improvisation in jazz music?
revamp
Aug
11
revised What improvisation techniques do players like Doc Watson and Tony Rice employ to transcend cliches of bluegrass improvisation?
revamp
Aug
11
revised Does Phish base their improvisational style off of any predetermined techniques?
revamp
Aug
7
revised Why are melodies typically played or sung by high voices or instruments in an ensemble?
refocused question
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.