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Developer for etc. (UF College of Education); core contributor to the Elgg social network framework; co-creator and maintainer of Minify; blogger since 2001.

Am typically busy pouring work into open source projects.

Profiles: GitHub, Google Code, @mrclay_org


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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment Does the bass note in a “slash” chord really have an associated interval?
In the key of C this could be considered a simplification of G13♭9, a pretty common chord in jazz standards. It often appears after a Dm7, which takes a whole F triad and slides it down a semitone. A neat trick.
Nov
14
comment Equivalent Key Signatures
Yes, before equal temperament a work played in G# and any other key would sound different (different intervals between scale notes), but G# and Ab are identical keys on a keyboard, producing identical pitches. You are essentially arguing that, after playing a piece in G#, keyed instruments would be re-tuned before playing in Ab. Is there evidence that that was actually done?
Oct
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comment Is there a formal term for a recording's pitch being “in the cracks”?
Google "cent music"
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Is there a formal term for a recording's pitch being “in the cracks”?
Dec
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comment Is there a formal term for a recording's pitch being “in the cracks”?
@luserdroog, I'm slowly building a collection of my favorite songs re-pitched as close as possible to 440 using Audition (and a lot of patience). I haven't taken on Strawberry Fields yet.
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Student
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asked Is there a formal term for a recording's pitch being “in the cracks”?