January 13, 2013 7:19 PM Subscribe
I'm looking for feedback on a guitar learning website I've been working on. First of all, it turns guitar tabs you find on the internet into music. Second, it's a general scratchpad for playing around with chords or scales and learning the fretboard. Third, you can share music and lessons with your friends.
Here's an example of a song I tapped out the rhythm for (I didn't tab it out, thanks to whoever did!).
Playback is choppy in Firefox, but Chrome works well. I haven't tried any other browsers.
Hopefully some mefi music people will read this! This is really just a proof of concept, so there are bugs, don't worry about THAT. The tab parsing is really crappy, among other things. What I want to find out is whether or not I should keep working on it or just call it good - I'm probably not going to spend much more time on it if nobody has a use for it, but I think there are some really cool ideas here.
Future plans include super useful music analysis tools - right now there's not much, so if you have ideas for how to possibly visualize intervals or chord relationships, I'd be really interested. Otherwise, just let me know what you think!
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