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Mon 19 Apr 2021

Basic Music Theory in ~200 Lines of Python

I’m a self-taught guitarist of many years, and like a lot of self-taught musicians, am woefully inept at (Western) music theory.

So naturally, I decided to write some code.

This article explains the very basics of Western music theory in around 200 lines of Python.

Source: Basic Music Theory in ~200 Lines of Python, an article by Manohar Vanga.

Internet Search Tips

Over time, I developed a certain google-fu and expertise in finding references, papers, and books online. Some of these tricks are not well-known, like checking the Internet Archive (IA) for books.

Source: Internet Search Tips.

My current HTML boilerplate

Usually when I start a new project, I either copy the HTML structure of the last site I built or I head over to HTML5 Boilerplate and copy their boilerplate. Recently I didn’t start a new project, but I had to document the structure we use at work for the sites we build. So, simply copying and pasting wasn’t an option, I had to understand the choices that have been made. Since I spent quite some time researching and putting the structure together, I decided to share it with you.

Source: My current HTML boilerplate, an article by Manuel Matuzović.