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My main instrument is the trumpet, I have classical training but switched to jazz 10 years ago. I play in a big band, and a funk-pop band.

I can play some piano, and find my way around on a guitar. I have also composed some choir music and played with sequencers.

I like typography (including music notation), and music theory.


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
18
comment In 12 tone equal temperament, why are the notes named c, c#, d, d#, e, f, f#, g, g#, a, a#, b, instead of something else?
This is incredibly interesting. German note naming has B for Bb, and H for natural B, I suppose it has to do with "The first note that people tried adjusting was B, which formed a dissonant interval of a 'tritone' with F. " I would love a source for this!
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
24
comment Is the trumpet's theoretical range unlimited?
With a standard bore of .450", that is roughly 11.5 mm, and with sound speed of 340 m/s (is that the correct value to use here? Should it be affect by the air speed?), that limit is right below 30 kHz. The human ear is said to be able to hear frequencies up to 20 kHz.
Jun
24
revised Can all notes be produced using only the trumpet's valves?
Add lip stiffness
Jun
24
revised Authorship of Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565
Albinoni typo
May
13
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
26
awarded  Yearling
Apr
11
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
10
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
27
answered Why does a clarinet behaves like a closed pipe?
Jan
27
comment What chord is this and when is it the dominant?
Oh I'm with you. I find it kind of dirty to notate the descending line of My Funny Valentine (C, B, Bb, A) in the chords. It's not really the harmonic function, as you say. I was just reacting to your "isn't a real chord", because if a composer really want a minor chord on I with a sixth, what else could they write?
Jan
27
comment What chord is this and when is it the dominant?
@jjmusicnotes: I am not sure what you mean. Surely you can have a m6, for example on the root? My Funny Valentine: Cm - Cmmaj7 - Cm7 - Cm6.
Jan
27
answered First and second valves vs third valve
Dec
17
comment How does “triplet feel” for eighth notes affect non-eighth notes?
Yeah, I love your play! You really do swing, so you must be aware that getting a computer to play like that is going to be extremely hard. Surely you must have noticed that it's not only the triplet feeling?
Dec
16
revised How does “triplet feel” for eighth notes affect non-eighth notes?
nice link to jazzadvice.com
Dec
16
comment What is the most common way to notate dominant chords with a sharp fifth?
Nice answer. In the D+11 case, you could also put the 11 in superscript, to avoid the +11 confusion.
Dec
16
answered How does “triplet feel” for eighth notes affect non-eighth notes?
Dec
16
comment How does “triplet feel” for eighth notes affect non-eighth notes?
@charlieparker is not very friendly, but right in questioning your "for a fact". If a program does something, it doesn't mean that it's the correct thing to do. How does it deal with dotted eighths?
Dec
1
awarded  Good Question