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Rene grew up with two first languages: English and Spanish. Rene has essentially spent his life in Chicago as a musician. He is twenty-eight.

Rene M. Paccha has a Bachelor's in Music Performance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


Oct
21
answered Caffeine / Alcohol Before or During Rehearsal
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
28
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
28
revised Why is there a key signature if I never play those notes?
clarification, grammar
Jun
25
answered Why is there a key signature if I never play those notes?
Jun
25
answered What does an “L” shape mean beside a note in the lower staff?
Aug
19
comment How to go learn through a book
I agree! Self police-ing!
Aug
19
awarded  Investor
Aug
19
answered How to go learn through a book
Aug
19
revised Lorem Ipsum in music
Specificity
Aug
19
comment Determining modes in a minor Key
I'm with NReilingh, context is the music. And music includes: MELODY, RHYTHM, AND HARMONY. So remember rhythm is just as important. Your key, yea, ok, is written down. But tonal center takes Rhythm into account by like, A LOT.
Aug
19
answered Lorem Ipsum in music
Aug
19
answered Repeating a melody over 4 octaves
Jul
18
comment What are some interesting ways notes and chords are spelled in cultures outside of the U.S.?
I must say I like the BACH motif part of the response.
Jul
17
comment Grace notes in Minuet by Boccherini
Awesome knowledge here. Great post!
Jul
17
answered Assign a volume pedal to a DSP on a Psr keyboard?
Jul
17
answered Where to start when learning guitar?
Jun
8
comment 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?
I Like Init-Beat Ambiguity. Thanks for letting me chime in. This is the first time I ever tried my hand at coining a term.
Jun
7
revised Common drum rhythm index
found a link that I think matches description :D
Jun
7
suggested approved edit on Common drum rhythm index