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I am a Software Consultant.

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I play the Tuba in a wind orchestra (Klepp Hornmusikk). I also occationally play some guitar and harmonica at home.

I try to hang hout in chat occationally.


Aug
10
revised What is a 13th chord?
Also gave example of F13 to correspond to question
Aug
10
revised What is a 13th chord?
Adjusted alignment.
Aug
10
answered What is a 13th chord?
Aug
10
comment Musical notation/tablature for isomorphic instruments
@andrewdotnich: When you say "one tone apart", do you mean as notes in a C major scale, or as half steps as in 12 tone scale?
Aug
6
comment Why does conventional playing style give the string manipulation to the left hand?
@AlexBasson: Yes, there is no doubt this is so for a reason, and there are many proves that it is like this because it is the most natural way, but the question is : Why is this the most natural way to play a guitar? It is actually a good question.
Aug
3
revised Is there a special way to notate a repeat for the right (treble) hand but not the left (bass) hand?
Removed somewhat negative note about the other answer.
Aug
3
comment Is there a special way to notate a repeat for the right (treble) hand but not the left (bass) hand?
@Luke: Yes, when using double slash, it means repeat two measures unless specified with a number above. I have actually never seen repetition more than 2 measures, but I'm sure it exists. In this example you see that there is also a vertical line across the middle, wich also indicates that there are two measures, but this is how Lilypond does it. I have also seen the double percentage repeat used without the extra measure split line, but it still means repeat two measures.
Aug
2
revised Is there a special way to notate a repeat for the right (treble) hand but not the left (bass) hand?
Added link to article.
Aug
2
answered Is there a special way to notate a repeat for the right (treble) hand but not the left (bass) hand?
Jun
19
comment How do you quickly form this C7 shape on guitar?
This is a good answer to why it is difficult on guitar (which is an important one), but there are other answers here which should also get credit, as they give options and advice to how to play it in a manageable way. The final accepted answer should be the one that gives the best "transcription" advice for this.
Jun
15
comment What is the device used to draw 5-line staff (empty) with a pencil/pen?
I don't think you should be too embarrassed at this. You answered the question (It's called a "rastrum"), and gave a proper link for reference. It's not your fault that this question called for a short answer. Your answer was actually more correct than the answer by Nix (he gave examples of products, but neither gave the general name for the thing).
Jun
15
awarded  Civic Duty
Jun
14
comment On the guitar, if I play a song which is in the key of D, where should I put the capo?
+1 for the last paragraph on music written for an instrument in key of D. Note that D natural in a sheet music transposed for an instrument in the key of D, is noted as if was a C to make it easier to read playing the D-instrument.
Jun
14
comment On the guitar, if I play a song which is in the key of D, where should I put the capo?
I want to emphasize the last paragraph about D, G, A are much simpler chords on the guitar. If using barre, the best "ground set" of chords are E, A, B (where B is just A using barre at 2nd fret). Then all other keys are just moving using E and A with barre at the relative fret position based on E as ground key.
Jun
6
comment Why are birds never out of key when they sing?
Birds tend to only sing in good weather when the sun is shining. This I think is the most important aspect to "associating birdsong with pleasant things".
Jun
4
comment Scale modification in sus2 and sus4 chords
Very interresting, indeed!
May
18
revised Is the time signature switching every measure?
Triplets
May
18
revised Is the time signature switching every measure?
Syncopation
May
18
comment Is the time signature switching every measure?
@luserdroog: I agree. "Figures" is really the word I was looking for when I wrote it, so thanks! I have changed it now.
May
18
revised Is the time signature switching every measure?
figures