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- April 15, 2018 at 4:22 pm #560986tracyrossgmail-comParticipant
I’m a choral pianist and I’ve recently learned from choir members how very helpful the director’s practice tracks.have been for learning their parts. It got me thinking about all the choirs who may not have access to practice tracks and so i created a web site with the intention of offering that service. Before advertising it i would love to get some feedback about how to make this service as useful and appealing as possible. I’m completely new at this kind of thing so any comments would be greatly appreciated. Here is the web site: http://www.choraltools.com
TracyApril 15, 2018 at 7:47 pm #561001Michael A. GrayParticipant
What a great opportunity to help people learn how to read music! Consider starting each recording with a very short explanation (and demonstration) of the various reading idiosyncrasies in each sample. It really helps to learn how to spot a tri-tone, a syncopation, a cue from another part, etc.
Michael A. Gray
http://www.graymichael.comApril 18, 2018 at 7:43 am #561242Yuan-Lei ChuParticipant
that’s great, specially you have separated the left and right channel.
even better if you can add lyrics to it, there is a software by YAMAHA, VOCALOID, this one can add lyrics and sing out by a virtual singer.
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