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bio website last.fm/user/Occulta66
location Ukraine
age 23
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
seen 2 hours ago
  1. Use languages:
    • C\ C++,
    • Java,
    • PHP,
    • javaScript,
    • [deprecated] Delphi
  2. Interested in languages:
    • Ruby,
    • Prolog,
    • Haskell,
    • Scala,
    • Erlang.

My last.fm profile is here - you know what to do with it (:


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answered Instruments that challenge your ear
Apr
14
comment Is there such thing as a piano-like keyboard with all whole tones between two adjacent white keys?
so how do I know in the case with guitars then? I just know, by shifting from the selected position probably. And who forbids us to mark the keys in some way? For example, by dots, or even by tones?
Apr
11
revised Is there such thing as a piano-like keyboard with all whole tones between two adjacent white keys?
added a picture
Apr
11
revised Is there such thing as a piano-like keyboard with all whole tones between two adjacent white keys?
edited title
Apr
11
comment Is there such thing as a piano-like keyboard with all whole tones between two adjacent white keys?
I wanna have the keyboard with no semitones between two adjacent keys. You know, black keys everywhere. No skips (:
Apr
11
asked Is there such thing as a piano-like keyboard with all whole tones between two adjacent white keys?
Feb
11
comment Help me to find a way not to bar A-shape guitar chords with my ring finger
As for (not)muting the E string - I can do even more with this fingering - I'm able to fret not 3 but 4 strings with the ring finger, which gives me a 6 (sixth) chord. And sometimes it's fun to shift the form up to the 6 string where I can get a sus4 bar chord that way (if I bar the whole fret with my pointing finger and only 5, 4 and 3 strings with my ring finger).
Feb
11
comment Help me to find a way not to bar A-shape guitar chords with my ring finger
I personally use the first form and I don't mute the high E string. One just needs to curve the ring finger in the opposite direction a little. I bar with only two first phalanx of the finger, which allows me to avoid muting the high E. Well, at least I do it that way. Maybe it can help someone to try. I personally find this form much more useful and quick
Feb
19
awarded  Editor
Feb
19
revised Is there any kind of jam helper application?
improved highlighting
Feb
19
awarded  Student
Feb
19
asked Is there any kind of jam helper application?
Sep
17
comment Choice of Wind Instrument for self learning
I have been playing harmonica for a year now. And I can say it's definitely worth it! It's easy to start and fun to play. I prefer to play blues or folk, and man! It fits me perfectly. (It's my second instrument. The first one is guitar. And the other benefit is to use a harmonica along with guitar)
Sep
5
awarded  Supporter
Feb
6
awarded  Autobiographer