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Professional programmer, amateur musician and electronics enthusiast.


Oct
17
awarded  Custodian
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed How to play Chopin Etude Op.10 No.4 at the right speed
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed What are the modes derived from the C major scale?
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed Do I need a teacher to learn violin?
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed Rhythm guitar techniques for a great Blues/Blues Rock player
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed What are the Five Most Important Things to Learn?
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed Three Days Grace guitar distortion tone
Oct
17
awarded  Custodian
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed Strange guitar warble sound
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed How to stop distortion from making minor chords muddy?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Jul
6
comment What are some interesting ways notes and chords are spelled in cultures outside of the U.S.?
As far as I know, in modern notation systems, C-D-E... refer to absolute notes, while Do-Re-Mi refer to relative notes in the current scale, with Do being the base note of the scale.
Jul
6
comment What are some interesting ways notes and chords are spelled in cultures outside of the U.S.?
@DrMayhem It's just notation, it doesn't change the meaning of the note. In western notation, it goes A-Bb-B-C, in German notation it's A-B-H-C (with half-tone intervals). The actual notes are still the same.
Jun
9
awarded  Critic
Jun
8
revised Is there a name for this sort of ambiguity with respect to the rhythm of a piece, and/or is this a recognized technique in composition?
added 40 characters in body
Jun
8
answered Is there a name for this sort of ambiguity with respect to the rhythm of a piece, and/or is this a recognized technique in composition?
Jun
4
reviewed Approve Is there anything quantitative/qualitative about tone?
Jun
4
comment Is there anything quantitative/qualitative about tone?
@UlfÅkerstedt By "frequencies" I mean "frequencies", be they fundamentals or overtones.
Jun
4
answered Is there anything quantitative/qualitative about tone?
May
24
comment What's the difference between a junior guitar and a normal guitar?
@ShashankSawant In case you can't find the answer from the above link, carved (or arched) top means that the body of the guitar is not uniform in thickness - it's thicker in the centre, especially under the bridge, and thinner towards the edges. See this image for a good example. This usually provides better sustain, but is more expensive to produce. Flat top, as the name suggests, means that the top of the guitar is completely flat.