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Hey Joe

“Hey Joe” is one of a handful of garage band standards that virtually every guitarist in the world learns at some point. It was first commercially recorded by The Leaves, who had a hit with it in 1966. 77 more words

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Playback through the tubes

When testing, I found that when the vocal lines are sung, the different intonations of the voice affected how clear the standing waves appeared within the Ruben’s tubes.  276 more words

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How Sibelius always stirs something in me. It is the raging torrents of autism. In the black of the night the autistic will rages strongest

How Sibelius always stirs something in me. It is the raging torrents of autism. In the black of the night, the autistic will rages strongest, it rides out on its Wild Hunt. 281 more words

The Guardian

“The Guardian” is an original composition in which I try to combine the feel of 60’s instrumental guitar rock with a somewhat more sophisticated musical and harmonic language than was typical for that genre. 10 more words

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Adding a Pick-up Bar in Sibelius and Finale after the score has been created

Both Sibelius and Finale have the option to add a pick-up bar to the beginning of a score when you are using the “New Score” option in Sibelius or  the “Setup Wizard” in Finale. 405 more words

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Manic Depression

“Manic Depression” was composed by Jimi Hendrix and released on his first album, Are You Experienced. My version is instrumental but otherwise follows the original.

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The Wind Cries Mary

“The Wind Cries Mary” was written by Jimi Hendrix and appeared in the USA on his debut album “Are You Experienced”. According to Chas Chandler, it was recorded in about 20 minutes. 18 more words

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