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I write code and I write music. I'm currently studying for a master's in computer science, researching how music can be used to create user interfaces, and writing the music for Takamo Universe, a 4X space MMO.


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comment Electronic Wind Instrument technique resources
@NReilingh and Dorian Mode: What's the specific issue in the question? I have to admit, I have a hard time recognizing what it is. If the question is edited to make it more clear, I'll remove my close vote / vote to reopen.
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comment Electronic Wind Instrument technique resources
(Also, I'm guessing that EWI means "electronic wind instrument." Is that right? I apologize if I'm wrong; I myself haven't seen that term before.)
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comment Electronic Wind Instrument technique resources
Welcome to Music.SE! We prefer questions with one or two short direct answers. Your question seems to be asking how to play an electronic wind instrument in general, which is a large enough topic to write a book on! Is there a specific issue you're having trouble with as you start paying an EWI that we can help you with? And as you learn more, feel free to post multiple questions about any challenges you run into.
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comment Learning the names of “top 100” classical masterpieces
Like Bob Broadley said, there's no "top 100" lists for classical music. We have lists like that for pop and rock music today because record labels can keep track of how many times a song or album is purchased, but nobody was doing any similar counting until relatively recently.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Achieve samplepad/keyboard synth sound with a bass guitar for playing live?
Oct
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comment Achieve samplepad/keyboard synth sound with a bass guitar for playing live?
Some people have voted to close this question. I personally disagree. I opened a meta thread about it: meta.music.stackexchange.com/questions/965/…
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Oct
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comment How do I become a better electronic music producer?
Related: music.stackexchange.com/questions/13795/…
Oct
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comment How do I become a better electronic music producer?
Producing music is really really hard. It's a full-blown hobby or career, on par with learning to program or becoming a successful novelist. Don't be discouraged if you take a long time - years, even - to start making good music!
Oct
12
comment How to transcribe music by ear?
If you produce music on a computer, a DAW works great for this, too.
Oct
11
comment Basic synth performance in Pop-Rock songs
+1 for "You know what to play by listening." In addition, I would say one of the fastest ways to learn what to play on the synth is by listening to lots of rock songs you like with synths and emulating what they do.
Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the full list of possible chord names? Are there chords that don't have a name in chord theory?
Oct
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comment How can I find the length in seconds of a quarter-note (crotchet) if I have a tempo marking?
Would you mind editing your title to say "quarter note" or "beat" instead of "crotchet?" I think it would make your question a little easier to search for. (Thanks for adding this question and answering it, by the way!)
Oct
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answered What is a good for system for learning theory through improvisation?
Oct
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comment What Moods have been associated with D-Flat major?
See this question for a discussion that covers all keys: music.stackexchange.com/questions/15221/…
Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on FL studio as VST plugin into Virtual DJ 8
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comment What are some resources for applying my computer skills to augmenting my musical performance?
As a computer professional, I suspect you'd pick up music theory very quickly. Find a book or website tutorial and learn about music. This will give you a good head for understanding what you're playing and make it less difficult to play well.
Sep
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comment Why do notes have multiple names?
I actually disagree with you, leftroundabout. I usually consider enharmonic notes to be one and the same in twelve-tone equal temperament tuning.
Sep
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comment Is writing important for electronic composition?
As an electronic musician, I personally prefer using my DAW's score notation feature to the piano roll most of the time. (Of course, I record myself playing a MIDI controller just as frequently...)