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Jun
18
accepted What is the difference between portamento and glissando?
Jun
9
comment Compare FM synthesis sound signal to equivalent additive synthesis signal
I suspect that the difference is due to the phases (+/- signs) of the component signals in the additive synthesis -- maybe try summing |a_n|*cos(w_n t), i.e. take the absolute value of the amplitudes.
Jun
6
comment Markdown for music notation fragments
If you are asking about it for this site then this is a meta question (and discussed most recently here meta.music.stackexchange.com/questions/2188/… ); This would be a good question for the main site if you're asking in general about approaches to enable music markup in websites, but, to me, it's not clear from the wording of this question that that is what you are asking about.
Jun
6
revised What is a 6-string bass guitar with normal guitar tuning called?
added 693 characters in body
Jun
6
answered What is a 6-string bass guitar with normal guitar tuning called?
Jun
5
reviewed No Action Needed Tenor sax octave pads: both open or both closed
Jun
4
revised Practicing string damping
edited title
Jun
1
comment What attribute of sound will be identical (or close to) for multiple people receiving same input from different locations
What problem are you trying to solve? Is this an XY problem question? meta.stackexchange.com/questions/66377/what-is-the-xy-problem
Jun
1
comment How are keys in the circle of fifths related?
Google will not show me the relevant page via the link provided.
Jun
1
answered What attribute of sound will be identical (or close to) for multiple people receiving same input from different locations
May
25
comment Physics behind why a bugle can play several notes, while a whistle only plays one note
What have you tried? -- e.g. wikipedia has reasonable discussion of whistles, inc. descriptions of the physic.
May
25
reviewed Leave Open What to look for when buying an arranger keyboard / keyboard workstation?
May
24
awarded  Enlightened
May
24
awarded  Nice Answer
May
22
revised Singing the words to one song along with the music for another - what is this called?
added parody
May
22
comment Singing the words to one song along with the music for another - what is this called?
@KilianFoth -- yes the musicological definition of parody en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parody#Music would seem to be the answer for "what is the name of this"
May
22
answered Singing the words to one song along with the music for another - what is this called?
May
20
comment What is melodic inversion and how to do it?
@dennisdeems yes you are correct; my bad
May
20
revised Why is it that some days I can transcribe notes and some days I cannot?
couple of spelling fixes
May
20
comment What is melodic inversion and how to do it?
c d e g goes +2 +2 +2 semitones (c to d, d to e, e to g), so the inverted melody would go -2 -2 -2, so if you started on c, it would go: c b-flat, a-flat, g-flat (the inverted melody could start on any note).