A good book for chord system instruction for all keyboard players - Chord Piano is Fun by T.K. Gopforth

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Ipad, I phone, tablet members


Ipad, I phone, tablet members

This group is to let those with this new technology communicate information to those that know how to use this format. Videos can be sent also. A good video to start, would be one of a member giving the into to a standard folk song of their county and then playing it.

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Good ipad app for practicing music or playing

A good Ipad app for music playing and practice is djay. It has tow turntables and the same controls as a djay turntable. You can play both at the same time and switch between the two. You can slow or speed up either turntable.
You can move the needle arm to any location to play or start. It has a running time table to tell up where you are. It also has a graphic volume meter that helps tell you where you are. It is well both the price. Let me know what you think. More to come.

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Ipad apps

Started by Daniel Kott. Last reply by Phil Venturacci Sep 15, 2014. 4 Replies

Another good Ipad app for music is DeepDish GigBook. Sheet music in a pdf format can be put into the program. Binders can than be made for various collections such as patriotic, or Christmas. If you…Continue

Horner GCF Squeezebox App

Started by Tim Woodburn. Last reply by rocky garcia Jun 22, 2012. 2 Replies

This is a great app, available for both the IPhone and IPad, that lets you practice your tunes wherever you are with your device.

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Comment by Phil Venturacci on April 20, 2014 at 10:00am

 As with my FR3X there was definitely a learning curve.  It helped to save the Forscore manual and my Roland manual in PDF format. I then  placed them in Forscore for easy referral.  I know the the boys at IBM say "Manuals are for whimps...." but I'm not proud:) 

Comment by Phil Venturacci on April 20, 2014 at 9:43am

I also use Dropbox to send music to my band members and to move from computer to Forscore.

Comment by Phil Venturacci on April 9, 2014 at 6:08pm

I have put all my music on my Ipad using Forscore.  I use a Pageflip foot pedal to flip pages.  All works well.

Comment by Daniel Kott on January 12, 2014 at 1:45pm

sound system by Ion - Explorer bluetooth - This system is portable, has wheels, and a handle. It has 50 Watts of power, Bluetooth to 75 foot from an iPad, iPhone, etc.  50 hours on a battery charge. It has input for Ipad, iPone, or any mp3 player. Also has a built in radio with six preset stations. It come with a wired microphone. It has a built in well to hold an iPad. Well worth the $150 for anyone that uses an IPad, or IPhone for performing.

Comment by Daniel Kott on February 25, 2013 at 4:32pm

At the NAA convention 2013. MECCA presentations on Saturday will show how to use the Ipad for sheet music storage. Also for use of the MECCA videos and audio files on youtube channel mecatx.

Comment by Ray Baumgarten on December 16, 2012 at 10:28am

I have a Bluetooth BOSE ...the sound is huge. I recommend it highly.

Comment by Daniel Kott on July 19, 2012 at 9:35pm

Jawbone - another good speaker for the iPad/iPhone/tablets. Also good with Roland FR-1, that does not have speakers. They are blue tooth speakers, so they can be put at a distance from the transmitting devise and connected without wires. Easy to do with the iPad. There are two sizes available. A small and a large (both light weight) They are available at Best Buy stores for less than $300.

Comment by Daniel Kott on July 15, 2012 at 9:05am

Need a Speaker in a hurry for you IPhone/iPad/tablet.

Need a Speaker in a hurry for you IPhone/iPad/tablet - turns virtually anything  into a speaker. For about $20.00 you can purchase a small device that will turn  anything into a speaker. Works with boxes, cups, bins, etc. Best with things  that has walls that will vibrate, and have a hallow opening. Combine more than  one to increase the volume.  It is simple to use, and well designed. Probably  would be great with an acoustic guitar or similar instrument. Goto  Let us know if you us it.


Comment by Daniel Kott on June 24, 2012 at 10:06am
There are two good iPad apps for the diatonic button accordion students. They  are the Hohner button accordion apps for various tuned button accordions such as  GCF. Both versions can be played liked a button accordion bu putting it on you  chest and using your right and left hands. In the first version, the keyboard will also display the lettered notes. You can  use earphones, connect to an audio system, or use the built in speaker. The newer version has more features. the keyboard will display the button  accordion tablature notes. It also includes a listing of songs with the  tablature of many songs that are on the web site These two apps make it easy to practice anytime, anywhere. and learn with the  tablature system. They are well worth the cost.
Comment by Kay Hickman on June 16, 2012 at 5:16pm

I video all kinds of music with my iPhone....have an older iPad, so can't do videos with it.  


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