All Moldy’s one hundred and eighty-two comments

  • Re: Notation WORST Practices

    Jim Dorans, have you tried entering triplets as "semiquaver/semiquaver/quaver" instead of evenly spaced "three in the space of two" triplets? I find that a midi entered that way sounds much closer to the way we play it. more…

  • Re: FolkFriend - A *free new app* for recognising tunes by audio

    Well done, thank you! Running it on Android 9 (Samsung S9) and Chrome. I've given it a short trial of recordings I've taken from classes, so no background interference. Results have been around 95% accurate with banjo/fiddle duo, 40-50% accurate with f... more…

  • Re: Need a volunteer banjo player (or two)

    Thank you. Downloaded to enjoy when I have some free time. more…

  • Re: Today’s google doodle

    Peter, it works fine if you follow benhockenberry's link. more…

  • Re: Longer loading times?

    Usually I open the site by going directly to discussions or tunes. Both open almost instantly. Out of curiosity I've tried opening the home page and yes, it takes quite a long time. more…

  • Re: Fiddle tuned in B

    If it's that low is he actually playing a viola instead of violin? more…

  • Re: Colonel Fraser

    Umm....you don't blow into a banjo or use a bow. 🙂 more…

  • Re: Scales?

    There's a difference between explaining theory and making the information immediately accessible when playing. more…

  • Re: A question about ornamentation

    A tutor at a class I went to likened ornamentation to cooking - don't use all your spices in one go. more…

  • Re: Banjo Sore Right Wrist

    We tend to hold an instrument close to, and straight across our body. However, if you push the neck away from you a bit so that the instrument is angled at perhaps twenty degrees both wrists will be at straighter angles and more comfortable. more…