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#1 shelly0312

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 07:40 AM

I have had a MIDI tune player on my "desktop" for years. Now it is missing. And I am missing it. I could look up 'most all concertina folk-tune stuff by name, it would list a lot of options, and it would play it for me so I could learn the tempos. What are you guys using for such? Appreciate any help. Shelly

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 07:49 AM

I have had a MIDI tune player on my "desktop" for years. Now it is missing. And I am missing it. I could look up 'most all concertina folk-tune stuff by name, it would list a lot of options, and it would play it for me so I could learn the tempos. What are you guys using for such? Appreciate any help. Shelly

Hi Shelly

It doesn't do a lot, except plays midi and displays the notes onscreen. But the price is right. I have it configured to play directly from a website if I find a midi on it. If you use one of them Apple things, I'm told Garage band does the same thing.

http://www.notation....ationPlayer.htm

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It also has a search function, but I've never used it.

Edited by Leo, 02 April 2012 - 08:52 AM.


#3 Chris Ghent

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 06:41 PM

Hard to go past Tunepal. It has the added advantge of being able to detect the tune if you play it into a mic.




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