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Studied physics,

Works at statistical data analysis,

Plays at making music.


May
9
reviewed No Action Needed I can hardly memorize piano notes
May
9
comment Altering the sound of a guitar to match a sitar
electro-harmonix ravish sitar pedal, if you're willing to plug in.
May
8
comment FL Studio wind white noise
Close vote: this question appears to be off-topic because it is belongs on SoundDesign
May
8
answered FL Studio wind white noise
May
6
comment Is there a general term for a single note or a chord?
In a guitar performance context I'd call each of them (save the tied one) a "pluck" (finger style) or "strum" (pick); but I can't think of a corresponding term for a piano context. I'd want it to convey the idea of "depressing one or more keys".
May
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are the true frequencies of the piano keys?
May
6
awarded  Nice Answer
May
6
comment What are the true frequencies of the piano keys?
@Tim My example is for C7, since, I can easily read off that the correction is 10cents there. For A6, I eyeball the correction as 8cents, so I'd get: 1768.2Hz.
May
6
revised What are the true frequencies of the piano keys?
wrote out result
May
5
revised What are the true frequencies of the piano keys?
removed reference to "above" -- the order in which the answers appear is not stable (depends on voting) so using above/below as references can be confusing.
May
5
comment What are the true frequencies of the piano keys?
For an voltage-controlled oscillator analog subtractive synthesizer there are no (or at least much smaller) inharmonicities in the raw oscillator(s) so this type of compensation is not required for them.
May
5
revised What are the true frequencies of the piano keys?
spelled out the math
May
5
answered What are the true frequencies of the piano keys?
May
2
comment Sturdy, pocket, nice sounding Ocarina
Of course there is an app for that youtube.com/watch?v=RhCJq7EAJJA
May
2
comment power suply/adapter for four-track recorder?
I'm under the impression that trying to use the wrong polarity can damage some equipment; I've heard this in the context of guitar effects pedals, where some models do not have reverse-polarity protection components in their circuits. So I'm suspicious that assuming "The wrong way will probably not affect the machine" is dangerous to the recorder.
May
1
awarded  Convention
Apr
30
revised Predicting the rate at which intensity diminishes as frequency/note increases
fixed greek letter name
Apr
30
answered Predicting the rate at which intensity diminishes as frequency/note increases
Apr
29
revised Drum kit notation for crashes at section starts
fixed example number
Apr
29
answered Drum kit notation for crashes at section starts