NReilingh

New York, United States

nickreilingh.com

Age: 26

I like music and computers. 

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asked Appending URL parameters to links
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comment How to create fast runs (i.e. speedy notes)?
Not qualified for a full answer, but you can get some clues from chopin to be sure: when he sweeps across the entire keyboard, the intervals tend to be larger at the bottom and smaller at the top -- this is consistent with how the ear likes to hear harmony (see harmonic series).
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comment How to create fast runs (i.e. speedy notes)?
I think one important concept for this is the notion of these sequences not being melodic but gestural. Each individual note is important, but they are not being perceived as individual notes -- the entire sequence (in the case of Chopin) is perceived by the listener as one.
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revised How to buy the "right" power attenuator for a tube amplifier?
fixed jtab eating everything
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answered Do we leave unanswered questions open indefinitely?
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answered Can I identify songs somewhere?
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answered Tuning a guitar in D# with digital tuner in iso440
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comment Position of white dots in guitar fretboard
Not sure where the downvote is from, but one really specific thing I notice is that technically speaking, fretboards are (typically) equal-tempered, not well-tempered.
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answered Tag synonyms: fingerboard, fretboard
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accepted Why don't my keyboard shortcuts work in VMWare Fusion 6?
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answered Looking for notation software with good playback
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comment Looking for notation software with good playback
I was going to close as software-rec, but I believe this has a valid question about synthesis methods.
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reviewed No Action Needed chord progression if the chords are not part of the scale?
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reviewed No Action Needed Are minor scales meant to be in sharp or flat keys?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Help with interpreting notation in Chopin's nocturne op. 9 no. 2
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