Michael Scott Cuthbert

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bio website trecento.com
location Cambridge, MA
age 37
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Associate Professor of Music at MIT writing a book on 14th c. Italian Music. Teach music theory, Medieval and Renaissance Music, Contemporary Music, and Computational Musicology. Developer of the music21 toolkit for Symbolic Music Information Retrieval (http://web.mit.edu/music21/).


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reviewed Close Why use meter of 3/8?
Jan
21
reviewed No Action Needed Are there alternatives to developing calluses when learning guitar?
Jan
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reviewed Leave Open Changing key in a song convincingly
Jan
11
reviewed Close The importance of cut time
Jan
11
reviewed Reviewed Is a digital or acoustic piano a better option for a beginner (sound and feel)?
Jan
11
reviewed Reviewed need sequencer for MacBook for typing in notes and chords
Dec
29
reviewed Close Guidance on buying a bass guitar amp
Dec
29
reviewed Close Methods for improvisation practice (beginner)
Dec
8
reviewed No Action Needed Bass drum not tight
Dec
8
reviewed No Action Needed Why do melodies have harmonies?
Nov
11
reviewed Close Guitar Picking improvement… is forcing EVER good
Nov
11
reviewed Close Recommendation for a computer-based virtual instrument for an acoustic piano sound
Oct
30
reviewed Reviewed Are there References on Whistling Technique?
Oct
28
reviewed Close seeking a piece or study, melodic minor
Oct
26
reviewed No Action Needed G-string ring on guitar
Oct
24
reviewed Close Why is the guitar tuned E A D G B E?
Oct
23
reviewed No Action Needed Why are there twelve notes in an octave?
Oct
23
reviewed No Action Needed Looking for letter-based chord identification algorithms, and related literature
Oct
23
reviewed Close What's the best way to begin learning lead guitar?
Oct
16
reviewed Reopen What is the history of considering Rock 'n' Roll to be “the Devil's music”?