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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by monkeymark, Jul 5, 2012.
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I played with a group.. everyone in the rythym had an ipad ... pick a song.. pick the key ... done.
Can't figure out from the Website if you can use Music Notes to put in your own sheet music pages. Reads like you only get music you buy via them?
Is that the case?
What I'm seriously looking to invent or get is a gadget that not only shows you the sheet music, but also lets you know where you are in the music- not so much for when there are notes (give me some credit here), but during those agonizingly long rests. How about that for an invention, unless it's already out there?
May be great unless THERE IS A SINGER INVOLVED!!!!!!
Like I said above, I use a 10-inch Android tablet in a jazz trio. So it's mostly for one-page lead sheets, that I've mostly memorized anyway.
If I had to read more complex charts, I suspect that a 10-inch tablet would be too small. But it might work in landscape mode with bigdub's invention.
I just did a couple of outdoor concerts where the wind was a PITA. One guy in the band has a Kindle or a similar unit. When he first brought it to rehearsal, I thought "how useless". Maybe. But I tell ya, I would have given an arm and a leg for that sucker at these last windy gigs. Something to think about. Hmmmm.
Or a drummer or director.......
I think ''For Score'' can do that for you. It's an iPad App that you can put your music in PDF files (or if the lighting is good, just take a picture of it and it goes straight in). You can crop the size to fit the screen and even tear the page and show just half of it. Just a tap on the screen and it changes page instantly. I believe you can count out all the bars in the piece and set the metronome and it counts time for all the long breaks you might have. Not sure if that's true as I like the counting practice.
I have folders set for my Practice Pad, Orchestra Pad and Band Pad. Makes searching for music a thing of the past and can be seen in the dark.
Exactly what I saw Herbie Hancock and his musicians doing during the whole concert.