I’m happy to announce that today a first version of eTuneBook has gone online.
With eTuneBook you can manage your tunebook in the browser, edit and view Abc tunes, combine tunes to sets, have a quick look at the first bars of a tune (e.g. on your smart phone during a session), remember when you last played a tune and how good you were, label tunes with a color or add a comment, store links to other sites holding tune informations and jump to those sites by clicking the site buttons, store links to YouTube videos and view them in eTuneBook by clicking the video buttons, easily identify those tunes you should rehearse (just sort by last play dates, rehearse frequency or skill), find tunes by title, key, type or color.
In eTuneBook your tunebook is stored locally in the Browser, which means that no internet-connection is needed for editing and viewing the dots.
Since this is the very first version of eTuneBook there will be issues for sure. In order to further develop eTuneBook I would appreciate all sort of critics.
In case you want to test eTunebook I stronlgy recommend to use Chrome as Browser (Firefox would be a second option).
eTuneBook is a side-project of www.boxplayer.ch, which will, as soon as it’s ready, show my experiences in how to play irish music on the piano accordion. The example tunebook which can be opened in eTuneBook (boxplayer.abc) is a first version of my tunebook including pianobox fingering on a few tunes (the rest of the tunes are just copies from session.org). Future versions of boxplayer.abc will show more tunes adapted for piano accordion.