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bio website pemungkah.com
location California
age 57
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Oct 23 at 1:43

I do builds, write some iOS code, write Perl modules and tests.


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Oct
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Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
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answered What does this split stem notation mean?
Sep
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awarded  Commentator
Sep
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comment Does technicality detract from feeling?
Fantastic Stravinsky story, thanks!
Sep
17
comment Keyboard + laptop or synthesizer?
The M-Audio Keystation is semi-weighted and goes for about $200 US.
Sep
17
comment Blackout during practicing oboe
I believe circular breathing is the term you were looking for.
Jul
3
answered How to start making musique concrète?
Feb
4
answered Severe pain in hand during/after playing (guitar/bass/double bass & piano)
Jan
28
answered Good way to remember lyrics when covering songs?
Dec
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comment Musical construction in rock - what does this mean?
And the writer has obviously never listened to any prog.
Jun
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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comment What should I look for in speakers for an electronic keyboard
I can concur on the PC speakers with a subwoofer. Depending on the particular set, you can even use them as a PA in a small space. I've performed live on iPad with a set of PC speakers with a subwoofer and been very satisfied with the results.
Oct
26
answered Why learn scales? What are they for?
Sep
5
answered How can I learn to play funk on a keyboard?
Sep
5
comment How can I make my keyboard sound like a Hammond organ?
I may be reading too much into the original poster's question, but I got the impression that the request was for a B3-ish organ sound, with the percussive attack and Leslie, not that the poster was thinking drawbars at all. Agreed that if you want to be able to really tweak the sound in a Hammond-like way, you really need the drawbars!
Sep
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comment How can I make my keyboard sound like a Hammond organ?
The Garageband "Hammond" isn't too bad, either.
Jul
24
answered Recommend reading why we have 12 pitches and another metrics in microtonal music?
Jul
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comment What's the best method for learning how to play triplets over quavers?
The 3-2 rhythm in combination sounds like "not very hard, not very hard, not very hard" when you have the rhythm right. Assuming triplets in the right, and duplets in the left: (RL)NOT (r)ver(l)y (r)hard. Try tapping that out on the table to get the feel of it. Once the "not very hard" comes out right, you should have the muscle-memory to work with.