In my previous post, How’d I get that tab, notation and chord diagram into my blog?, I listed 6 examples of things you might want… Read More »Sharing Tab and Standard Notation Images
Do you ever want to share musical information with others? It doesn’t matter if you’re want to send an email, create printed material or post… Read More »How’d I get that tab, notation and chord diagram into my blog?
Summary of chord lookup methods. Online Source Dan’s Tests Cost Comments Maj7 Bonus Chord House Simple Fail Fail Free Beginner site Chord House Advanced Pass… Read More »How do I play that chord? Part 5: Wrap up.
Books – Reviews Almost every guitar instruction book I own includes guitar chord diagrams. In fact, many of the music books I own also include… Read More »How do I play that chord? Part 4: Books, charts and devices.
Updated 2019-12-21 Did you realize there were so many resources available to help learn how to play an unfamiliar guitar chord? This is part 3… Read More »How do I play that chord? Part 3: Desktop tools.
How do I play that chord? Part 2: Look it up. This post was rewritten 2019-12-20. The original version was published in 2010. Things change.… Read More »How do I play that chord? Part 2: Look it up online.
LilyPond is free open source software designed to create “beautiful sheet music”. It is available for Windows, Mac and Linux systems. The creators describe the… Read More »How to Create Sheet Music. Part 3: Music Engraving by LilyPond
I discussed software for creating guitar tablature in my previous post, How to create sheet music. You can also create scores in standard musical notation… Read More »How to Create Sheet Music. Part 2. The ABC’s of Notation