Friday, January 12, 2018 @9:52:39 PM
Why does your handwritten tab look like it's typeset? Do you really write that neatly, or are you one of our robot overlords in disguise? :D
Saturday, January 13, 2018 @5:52:35 AM
Andy: Invest in TablEdit - You'll be glad you did.
Saturday, January 13, 2018 @2:21:58 PM
Wayne(n1wr), I've sort of taken your advice. I've bought the android 'lite' version for £5. Getting the gaps right is impossible(well, a huge pain) without some sort of software.
Monday, January 15, 2018 @7:13:19 AM
Andrew asked why it looked like he had an extra beat in the tab. In actuality, he doesn't but rather than write out the full transition measures (last of A - B and last of B back to A) he just put the transition pick up note(s) in. Properly written, the measure before these would have repeat signs, and the "transition" measure would have the first 3 beats written in before the transition notes.
My answer to his email was, "Yes, it appears that instead of writing the complete turn around (repeat) measure or the a-b part measure you just wrote the pick up notes so not really an extra beat but the pick up from the beginning or at the transition. You would play the 2-0 instead of the of the 2-3 as you go from a to b parts and the 2-3 instead of the 2-0 as you restart the tune from the end. Make sense?"
So, make sense?
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