Cedric very very nice web based program.Cédric wrote:I'm the guy who made http://sed.free.fr/sight and I thank you for the positive feedback I read here.
There is no answer given because I thought it would be better, maybe that's not a good strategy, I don't know.
I didn't put any score (like "you have 10 points") or timing information for I don't like this kind of things. We are musicians, we organize time by ourselves. And this is not a contest, so score is meaningless.
I wrote this little webpage for I wanted to learn my fretboard. I'm glad to read that some people find it useful. The problem is that I never really used it so my sight reading didn't improve that much. I now would tend to think that the best way to learn your fretboard is to pick the guitar up and play by reading various pieces, trying to focus on associating the notes you play with what you read. Well, at least for me (the maker of the stuff), this little program was not very useful. Ironic, no?
Happy guitar to all!
No problem at all Cédric, it was just an idea, as it is your program and web page are very very useful. So Thanks!Cédric wrote:olarte, sorry but the answer is a no to your questions. For the ukulele, you may do it yourself by looking at the sources and adapt a few numbers here and there. You wil need the picture of a ukulele too. Sorry, I don't have much time for that.
For the mobile version, that sounds like a good idea, indeed. But I don't even own a cellphone, so it's going to be hard for me to do.
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