KeepFiddlin'’s two hundred and thirty-six comments

  • Re: a dumb question?

    Sweet MIDI Player is a good app for playing the tunes from The Session on an iPhone. There's a free version in the App Store. It's missing some more advanced features you can purchase, but the free version plays tunes just fine. more…

  • Re: Port: A New Irish Traditional Music Archive Microsite for 6,000 Interactive Music Scores

    This is a pretty nice site, but I can't say that I like the way the mouse cursor doesn't change when moving over links. That makes it pretty hard to know what's a link and what's just text or a picture.... more…

  • Re: Does anybody know how to play MIDI from your site on IPad

    I use Sweet MIDI as well and it works fine for the MIDI tunes here on the session. more…

  • Re: Sugesstion Page

    It would be really cool to be able to view a Recording and see which tunes are already in your tune book and have the ability to add tunes to your Tunebook directly from the list on the recording page. more…

  • Re: Strangest instruments you’ve ever seen?

    Tarrantella: "Didgeridoo - but I’ve got to say I heard it played with flute and harp and it sounded really good!" more…

  • Re: Personal Tunebook

    I've been using the iPhone/iPad app "Tunebook SD." I've imported tons of tunes, and can almost always find one that I'm looking for. It also generates the dots and can play the tune well-enough to get a fair idea of what it should sound like. more…

  • Re: A better appreciation for reels?

    Boyen: If you don’t mind me asking, where does this "lack" of appreciation for reels come from? Aren’t you better off approaching each tune individually regardless of whether it is a reel or a jig? more…

  • A better appreciation for reels?

    I've been into ITM for over ten years, now ... both listening and playing (mostly fiddle). I love the jigs and the hornpipes and the polkas, but I've never really warmed up to reels. I only know a few that I'd ever play in a session. more…

  • Re: Group Names?

    I've always thought Circle of Fifths would be a good band name. more…

  • Re: Jigs and Reels

    Welcome, Peter, more…