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    Great stuff

    thanks heaps

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    Updated the original post with some resources for making and playing local back-up copies of online tutorial videos.

    If you make back-up copies of videos, please continue to support the online versions and the channels of the fine people who make them. Keep bumping up their viewing figures and ratings. We owe them.

    Cheers.
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    And whether the skin be black or white as the snow,
    Of kith and of kin we are one, be it right, be it wrong,
    As long as our hearts beat true to the lilt of a song.

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    Default Converting to pdf

    Mac users, you can convert any file to pdf by "printing" to pdf.
    PC users, the programme Bullzip allows you to "print" any file to pdf ... http://www.bullzip.com/download.php

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    Default Music "Writing" Program?

    Years ago, when the Commodore 64 was new, I had a program that allowed me ot put notes on a scale and write words below. There must now be some plethora of programs that would allow me to do that again.

    Anyone know of any freeware programs to do that?

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    I hadn't seen this mentioned yet.
    Not just for ukuleles, but any instrument:
    AP Tuner has saved my life. It's free, and all you need is a computer and a microphone, and BAM!--instant tuner.

    I don't know what I would do without it.

    http://www.aptuner.com/cgi-bin/aptuner/apmain.html

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    ...just my tiny ukulele tuner I did with my new website: www.jontom.net (roll over the strings!)
    qualsiasi cosa tocca lui la distrugge

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    hey thanks man

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    So much info to adsorb... only just started this ukulele business 2 days ago and feel like a saturated sponge already!

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChefDylan View Post
    So much info to adsorb... only just started this ukulele business 2 days ago and feel like a saturated sponge already!

    Cheers!
    thats a great line. I remember that feeling. I only stated playing about a year ago. Then I kind of crushed my finger severing a tendant and i have played for 6 months. So I am a beginner also. Let me tell you one thing. You are in the right place here on UU and you are in good hands. These folks are very helpful, encouraging and just decsent people!. Happy strumming

    By the way, i love your picture. I keep meaning to buy that book but I have abouta 3 feet high pile of other cookbooks that I want to go through. Not a pro chef, just love food@ LOL
    Uku collection:
    2009 Oct 1st - Lanikai LU-21 Soprano
    2010 Jan 11th - Mainland Concert Glossy
    2010 Jan 11th - Makala MK-S
    ???? ??? ??? - Hopefully one I build

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    Great post, thanks for the info! I have a lot of work ahead of me!

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