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Sarge thanked dezzy in topic Tab test 1 hour 52 minutes ago
Animesh thanked Eric33 in topic Technique and Learning to play 2 hours 7 minutes ago

I want some sargam for practice mouth organ

Sarge replied to the topic 'Technique and Learning to play' in the forum. 2 hours 14 minutes ago

Thanks Dezzy!! Thanks Alison!!

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Sarge thanked AlisonC in topic Technique and Learning to play 2 hours 14 minutes ago
Sarge thanked dezzy in topic Technique and Learning to play 2 hours 14 minutes ago
AlisonC replied to the topic 'Technique and Learning to play' in the forum. 2 hours 42 minutes ago

Nice work Sarge. :)

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Данная модификация МТБ вобрала в себя достоинства предыдущих моделей, опыт применения тренажеров в кинезитерапии, современный дизайн, материалы, и новые технологии в производстве. Эта версия стала более функциональна, комфортна в использовании и более эстетична. С помощью дополнительных перекладин МТБ может собираться в тренажерные комплексы МТБ-2, МТБ-3, МТБ-4. Это расширяет ассортимент упражнений и позволяет устанавливать МТБ в реабилитационных и спортивных центрах, школьных спортзалах.
mosinfo.org/Ortopediya-i-travmatologiya/419-0-0-140563-0-0.html

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JamesA thanked dezzy in topic Tab test 22 hours 38 minutes ago
dezzy replied to the topic 'Easy and Free' in the forum. yesterday

Drifter wrote:

dezzy wrote: Drifter, yes great tune and a very suitable backing track. Many choose backing tracks that drown out the harmonica. I have ABC but not figured out putting your tabs onto it. Will try.

OK, Drifter, I've copied and pasted it onto ABC and surprised that the music notation came up with tabs, presumably diatonic. Thanks, I'll give it a try. I'll study the tab input, there is more to it than I have studied so far.


Hi Dezzy, I think it might be possible to put tabs into EasyABC but I could not get it to work. This is the website that lead me to think it might be possible.
welltemperedstudio.wordpress.com/code/abc2harp/
I used Musescore to generate the tabs and then saved the file opening it using EasyABC to get the result you saw.
As far as I am concerned tab is useless to me so I will not waste any more time on it.


Drifter, I am practicing the song from the post you did. It is basically a very simple tune. But I’m yet to find it from a singer. Thanks.

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dezzy replied to the topic 'Tab test' in the forum. yesterday

JamesA wrote: That worked really well Dezzy and it looks very professional. The only criticism I have is that the tabbing method is getting a bit complicated for the general public. Not everyone will be able to turn a Word Pad document into an image, and then we will have the issue of regulatinng the width and height of images people upload.
I'm suggesting people use Note Pad because it is simple to use, and the .txt file is easy for me to edit and embed in a page. It also displays consistently across different browsers.

I know it seems important to indicate rhythm and note duration, but its really not. People can start by learning the songs that they already know by ear. And when they find a tune they like but don't know, they can search for a few samples on YouTube to familiarize themselves with the tune.

We need a system that is basic and user friendly so that we are not constantly explaining it to newcomers.
I would be curious to know if people with Macs can upload a text file


Yes, James, I know you want simplicity that’s why I used the lyrics for rhythm.
The only way I could use word pad was to save it as a jpeg after I copied the screen. So the attachment is probably JPEG and notTXT.
But I’ll go along with you when you are ready.

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dezzy replied to the topic 'Tab test' in the forum. yesterday

Great,Sarge, and it fitted the tabs where I had the rhythm marks in the lyrics.

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dezzy thanked Sarge in topic Tab test yesterday
Sarge replied to the topic 'Tab test' in the forum. yesterday

Thanks James!

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JamesA replied to the topic 'Tab test' in the forum. yesterday

Excellent Sarge :)

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JamesA thanked Sarge in topic Tab test yesterday
Sarge replied to the topic 'Tab test' in the forum. yesterday
Drifter replied to the topic 'Easy and Free' in the forum. yesterday

dezzy wrote: Drifter, yes great tune and a very suitable backing track. Many choose backing tracks that drown out the harmonica. I have ABC but not figured out putting your tabs onto it. Will try.

OK, Drifter, I've copied and pasted it onto ABC and surprised that the music notation came up with tabs, presumably diatonic. Thanks, I'll give it a try. I'll study the tab input, there is more to it than I have studied so far.


Hi Dezzy, I think it might be possible to put tabs into EasyABC but I could not get it to work. This is the website that lead me to think it might be possible.
welltemperedstudio.wordpress.com/code/abc2harp/
I used Musescore to generate the tabs and then saved the file opening it using EasyABC to get the result you saw.
As far as I am concerned tab is useless to me so I will not waste any more time on it.

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keith replied to the topic 'Tab test' in the forum. yesterday

I would be curious to know if people with Macs can upload a text file

Desktop & laptop systems, MS Windows, Linux, & MAC ( which is based on FreeBSD), can all upload plain text files.
I don't know if all tablets & phones can, but highly likely that they can, as it is so basic. ;)

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JamesA replied to the topic 'Tab test' in the forum. yesterday

That worked really well Dezzy and it looks very professional. The only criticism I have is that the tabbing method is getting a bit complicated for the general public. Not everyone will be able to turn a Word Pad document into an image, and then we will have the issue of regulatinng the width and height of images people upload.
I'm suggesting people use Note Pad because it is simple to use, and the .txt file is easy for me to edit and embed in a page. It also displays consistently across different browsers.
I know it seems important to indicate rhythm and note duration, but its really not. People can start by learning the songs that they already know by ear. And when they find a tune they like but don't know, they can search for a few samples on YouTube to familiarize themselves with the tune.

We need a system that is basic and user friendly so that we are not constantly explaining it to newcomers.
I would be curious to know if people with Macs can upload a text file

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