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bulldog
11-10-2009, 05:52 PM
My girlfriend got me a new computer and now I lost all my favs. Could you send me web sights we all love?

wfwhitson
11-10-2009, 06:10 PM
Here are a few that I have compiled.


http://webmetronome.com/
On line metronome

http://www.doctoruke.com/index.html
This site is for students of the ukulele and other lovers of music.
First and foremost are the SONGS, which have lyrics and ukulele chord diagrams of songs for both beginners and intermediate students. Tuning is GCEA, although many songs are also diagrammed for baritone tuning DGBE (click on "BAR"). In case some songs are not familiar, I have recorded simple melodies for learning many of them and playing along.

http://dominator.ukeland.com/index2.shtml
A little about me: Primarily a self taught guitarist, pursuing the ukulele for approximately six years, I have spent the last couple of years concentrating on the ukulele. Not being able to find tablature for the ukulele in the same quality and format as was (and still is) available for the guitar is the motivation behind this site. Since books containing ukulele tab were not available, I decided I would try to transcribe the songs myself and make them available for others to learn from as well.

http://liveukulele.com/tabs/
Live ‘Ukulele (as in living with your ‘ukulele, not Live ‘Ukulele like a concert) was created by two home schooled students who can’t get enough ‘ukulele and Hawaiian music. The goal of this site is to provide free tabs and lessons to all levels of ‘ukulele players.

http://www.sheep-entertainment.nl/ukulele/index.html
An excellent Chord finder, also a great play along section.

http://capotastomusic.com/
Free sheet music scores and tablature for guitar, bass guitar, piano, flute, clarinet, violin, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, trumpet, cello, ukulele and recorder!

http://home.comcast.net/~alleman.b/bill/ukestuff.htm#tablature
A list of many useful web sites.

http://www.muffin.net.nz/muffin.net.nz/Pdf_Tablature.html
For those who play ukulele, there are well over 100 tunes for download written in uke Tabs.

http://www.ezfolk.com/
More Tabs.

http://datadragon.com/education/
Come and explore some parts of music
with the DataDragon online tutorials and guides.

http://www.salemukes.com/uke'aholics_songs.html
Salem Ukulele Strummers Association is an ever-changing group of ukulele players and enthusiasts who are dedicated to having fun and fellowship while strumming and singing a wide variety of fun, popular and very memorable songs.

http://www.ukeland.com/
Ukeland is about learning to play what I consider to be the funnest, most accessable and happiest instrument out there - the ukulele. Using the links above you will find reviews of uke learning resources such as DVDs and songbooks, mp3s and videos of uke players, and a whole bevy of links to help you on your journey!

http://beatlesite.info/index.html
Tabs to Beatles songs.

http://www.alligatorboogaloo.com/uke/chords/chords-bari.html
Excellent Chord charts in different tunings

http://ukulelehunt.com/
I have two big aims with the site:
- To make sure everyone who starts playing the ukulele keeps playing the ukulele - By making sure they have plenty to practice, the right techniques, inspiration and are hooked in to the culture.

- To make sure everyone who wants to play a musical instrument does so. - because making something is always more fun, interesting and important that consuming something someone else has made. I think a lot of people are put off music because they think they don’t have any ability. Which is why I think the uke is a great place to start. No one is intimidated by a ukulele. Everyone thinks they’ll be able to get a tune out of it. And they’re right.

http://www.capotastomusic.com/ukulele_pages/ukulele_tab.htm
Free ukulele sheet music with tablature notation. Popular easy melodies including Amazing Grace, Happy Birthday To You, Love Me Tender, Morning Has Broken, Oh Susannah! and Scarborough Fair. Printable PDF sheet music scores.

http://ukuleleunderground.com/
One of the best sites on the web, a very good fourm, be sure to check out the uke minuets, and other videos.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78nr8QMaUbI
Learn how to play White Beaches Part one
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMwbDTRFKAE&feature=related
Learn how to play White Beaches Part two
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RS43EP1EXz4&feature=related
Learn how to play White Beaches Part three

http://nwfolk.com/uketabs.html
These tabs are for high G (GCEA) tuned ukes, unless otherwise noted. Some give full tablature, others just the chords and lyrics. All are free downloads, unless otherwise noted.

Chord Ear Trainer
http://www.musictheory.net/trainers/html/id92_en.html


http://www.youtube.com/user/MusicTeacher2009
Music Education Videos and Ukulele Instruction. Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Ukulele Lessons

This is one of the most trusted e-bay sellers. Professional setup before shipping. A grate place to just look at some collector ukes , and uke supplies.
http://stores.shop.ebay.com/Musicguymics-room__W0QQ_armrsZ1

Just had to put this one in, this is a custom builder that does some beautiful inlay work
http://www.moorebettahukes.com/





Some just for fun Web Sites

Hawaiian Dictionary
http://wehewehe.org/gsdl2.5/cgi-bin/hdict?a=q&r=1&hs=1&e=q-0hdict--00-0-0--010---4----den--0-000lpm--1en-Zz-1---Zz-1-home---00031-0000escapewin-00&q=mahalo&j=pm&hdid=0&hdds=0

Bling for your Uke.
http://inlaystickers.ocnk.net/info

Language Translator
http://babelfish.yahoo.com/

Fun Jukebox lots of oldie music.
http://www.tropicalglen.com/index.html

See What’s going on in Honolulu, News Paper
http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com/


Slow-Down / Pitch-Shift

Slow-down facility allows you to slow tunes down to hear more clearly what is being played. Very helpful for learning. Pitch-shift allows you to change the key of a tune.
Best Practice - Audio file slow-down and pitch-shift software. Very similar to Amazing Slow-Downer : http://download.cnet.com/BestPrDownloads - All FREE software unless stated
actic...html?tag=mncol
Audacity - Primarily a recording/editing prog, it also features speed and pitch shifting capability : http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

TAB software
TablEdit - Tab editor and player. Very flexible with great features. A fantastic learning tool. IMHO, more versatile, stable and usable than Power Tab. TablEdit is commercial software, but great value (NFI) : http://www.tabledit.com/index.shtml
TEFview - Free TableEdit viewer/player. Also a great learning tool, but doesn't allow editing of tabs : http://www.tabledit.com/tefview/
Power Tab - Free tab editor. Popular tab editing prog : http://www.power-tab.net/

Audio Recording and Editing
Audacity - Free audio recording and editing prog. If there is a "standard" free recording software, this is probably it : http://audacity.sourceforge.net/


Online Tools - FREE unless stated

Various
Online song and chord transposer : http://www.logue.net/xp/
Online ukulele tuner : http://www.get-tuned.com/ukulele_tuner.php
Online metronome : http://www.metronomeonline.com/
Online uke chord finder 1 : http://www.sheep-entertainment.nl/ukulele/
Online uke chord finder 2 : http://www.gootar.com/folder/ukulele.html
Online uke chord finder 3 : http://4stringchords.com/

Uke chord charts
http://www.ukefarm.com/chordgen/chordchart_GCEA.php
http://www.ukalady.com/Images/UkeChart.pdf
http://www.ezfolk.com/uke/chords/A_major/Am7/am7.html
http://chordlist.brian-amberg.de/en/ukulele/standard/


Uke scale charts
Our own AcousticMonster has done a great job on some scale charts right here on UU : http://www.ukuleleunderground.com/fo...ead.php?t=9272

Kanaka916
11-10-2009, 06:55 PM
Nice list and you do have some not listed in the current resource threads listed below. If you don't mind, I'd like to add them.
http://ukuleleunderground.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20361
http://www.ukuleleunderground.com/forum/showthread.php?t=15464

wfwhitson
11-11-2009, 04:41 AM
Kanaka916, Good call thanks for adding links.

UKISOCIETY
11-11-2009, 05:22 AM
http://www.leekspin.com


I'm there at least once a day.

Joe H
11-11-2009, 06:20 AM
http://www.leekspin.com


I'm there at least once a day.


:biglaugh:I could watch that all day.