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My former display name: tohecz

Math PhD student at Czech Technical University in Prague and at LIAFA in Paris. At the same time, I'm a typesetter (and partly the copy editor) of one scientific journal (done in LaTeX, of course).

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Feb
25
comment Is making things over-complicated a common mistake for new songwriters?
Reminds me of: Rock: playing for 20000 people on $20 instruments. Contemporary music: playing for 20 people on $20000 instruments.
Feb
22
reviewed Excellent Using flatted third in 12 bar blues
Feb
22
awarded  Custodian
Feb
22
reviewed Excellent Why “delta” chords?
Feb
22
reviewed Excellent What does “in position” mean when referring to scored music?
Feb
22
reviewed Excellent How can different compositions use C Major?
Feb
22
reviewed Excellent How much higher will I realistically be able to sing with daily practice and dedication?
Feb
22
reviewed Excellent Is guitar action affected by tuning?
Feb
22
reviewed Excellent Ensuring one's sweep picking is uniform in dynamics?
Feb
22
reviewed Excellent Word for part of a beat
Feb
22
reviewed Satisfactory Books on orchestration specializing in dynamics?
Feb
22
reviewed Needs Improvement How to transition between chord progressions of two songs in different keys?
Feb
19
comment Traveling or moving neck bow
Hi there! I don't think we can give a more proper answer than "visit a guitar repairer". Note that StackExchange is not a forum, so you shouldn't expect people hitting you with random ideas of what could be the issues and how to try to get around them.
Feb
12
comment Really silent guitar practice
Is "isolate the room" an option?
Feb
10
comment How to mic an upright piano to record singing and playing?
@Mr.Boy On TV, it'll likely be a contact microphone, or a well hidden one, or an EP, or a playback, ...
Feb
10
comment Why is the lowest note on the piano an A?
I would say: "a 88-key keyboard instrument". There are electronic instruments which are certainly not keyboard but have the full 88-key range. Other than that, I would say that the two questions are too similar to each other and none of them can get a much better answer (and if it can, it'll probably apply to both of them).
Feb
9
comment How to use a 61-keys digital piano?
@Mr.Boy Ok, I made a remark that "you never know which C is C4", I think it should be fine now.
Feb
9
revised How to use a 61-keys digital piano?
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Feb
9
comment How to use a 61-keys digital piano?
@Mr.Boy Ah, probably yes. Well, it's the C1 in my country, so it confuses me always. I'll redo the picture.
Feb
7
awarded  Yearling