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My speciality is computer graphics, but I've previously worked in security, virtualization, machine learning and information retrieval, distributed databases, and data visualization.

Currently, I run a business selling Android games and apps.


Oct
15
reviewed Close Does someone here know (or know where I can find) a list of electric instruments that have support for scala tuning file?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
15
reviewed No Action Needed How to play same note legato?
Aug
7
reviewed Looks OK Software for microtonal MIDI?
Aug
5
reviewed Close What is the lightest weight 88 key midi controller?
Jul
31
reviewed Reviewed What makes an interval “Perfect”?
Jul
31
revised What makes an interval “Perfect”?
"Deems" means "judges", which is not exactly what you mean. There's no "perfect interval committee" assessing each interval.
Jul
30
reviewed Leave Closed How can I find music for melodies with no sharps or flats?
Jul
30
reviewed Close What is a basic Audio Card to connect a guitar to PC
Jul
27
reviewed Leave Open Where to find harmonica notes?
Jul
25
awarded  Custodian
Jul
25
reviewed Leave Open What Android app is most-used for reading music on the bandstand in these circumstances?
Jul
25
comment What Android app is most-used for reading music on the bandstand in these circumstances?
You may get better answers to this on softwarerecs.stackexchange.com, a new SE site for software recommendations, but be sure to check their help first because they have strict requirements to keep questions fact-based and answerable.
Jul
23
reviewed Reopen Instruments that challenge your ear
Jul
23
reviewed Leave Open What is a good MIDI voice to approximate vocals?
Jul
22
answered Keeping time when tired
Jul
22
answered Closed hi hat and foot hat at the same time?
Jul
22
reviewed Leave Closed How do I write lyrics?
Jul
21
comment Instruments that challenge your ear
+1 for accordions (also melodeons, concertinas). They're great fun to play and the chord keys are quite non-linear. Playing an accordion is like reading a "fake book" with a melody line and chords. Keeping the air pressure constant is tricky as well, and some instruments play different notes depending on which way the air is going (like a harmonica). They don't require any intonation or "ear" though.
Jul
21
answered Instruments that challenge your ear