Just wish to share this amazing app I downloaded about two months ago -

I was created by Jerry Huxtable and it's called "Tunebook".

You can import ABC tunes from any database (Henry Norbeck's my favorite so far..)
create and manage "To Learn" lists and "My tunes".. You can search by key, by name..
You can have the tunes played back to you on a variety of midi instruments,
have the abc file displayed as a score.. and finally, you can send the scores
to a printer via wi-fi (or was it bluetooth?).

The only thing that's missing from this app is a "favorite" button for tunes that you
like so you won't have to re-edit your list all the time and add tunes.
I actually emailed the creator of this app and he's considering it.. (care to help?) :)

These days I have some free time to learn new tunes on my box so the "to learn"
keeps filling up all the time :)

App link on iTunes:

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sounds great...wish i had an iphone...its great u can play back on different instruments. my son uses abc notation on the comhaltas (the sessions) site for tunes but always wishes it was played on other instruments besides piano so he would really find this usefull.


On one hand it's got a Banjo, Piano, Tin-Whistle, Fiddle and Harp (maybe I missed one) but on the other hand
the samples are less then perfect.. :)

Are you using ABCNavigator by any chance? Besides the fact that it's one of the best ABC free software
out there you can switch between the midi instruments there..
Looks fascinating. Anything similar for Android? I couldn't find anything listed.

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