+1 Malwarebytes , I had some dodgy malware once, that was the only thing that could get rid of it.
Spybot is great too, and I use Avast for my Antivirus (which you can put in gaming mode so it doesn't tell you every time it updates)
I used to hate strats, back in the day :) (like, 2 - 3 years ago)
But then my music taste expanded beyond just metal and shred, and I realised they're fantastic instruments :P . They're so versatile (unless you want to play metal) and they have wonderful tone.
Not to mention, they're...
I don't really play that much computer games now (Music is priority!! :D And the most fun)
BUT, here are some games I love:
Portal 1 and 2 (This is a must) <<<< Puzzle, but funny and classic
Half Life 2 and Episode 1 and 2 <<< FPS
One of my most played games is...
Here you go!! (or are you talking about "Maple sounds like X, Mahogany sounds like Y etc?" )
Edit: Why isn't the video doing the thing... D:
Edit 2 : Looks like I'm a bit late... I should have read the thread first.
Other guys gave some good recommendations, stuff like "Kind Of Blue" (Miles Davis), "Giant Steps" (Coltrane) were some of the first jazz records I ever listened too.
You might want to check out Joe Pass, he's one of my all time favorite guitarists, and again one of the first jazz musicians I...
So I did some basic maths -
So that note is somewhere around 1.81×10^-15 Hz ... That means it completes one full oscillation roughly every 5.5× 10^14 seconds, or every 17.4 million years.
Copyright starts automatically and belongs to the writeer as soon as the song is written and put into some recorded form - either on tape or in a score.
So just put the guitar pro's up on soundcloud, and then you have proof. This means that you will then own the copyright for the composition...