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user picture source Author: rt
click Posted: Sep 19 2017 - 10:31 AM
Subject: re: Song tapping on Mobile devices?
Hi Dana,
this is an excellent idea. After googling just for a few seconds, I found this:
https://zipso.net/a-simple-touchscreen-sketchpad-using-javascript-and-html5/
I think that would indeed be a natural thing to add to Musipedia. It circumvents all sorts of problems of the currently used input methods, especially the tapping and sound-based ones.

There is a lot that needs to be done, actually - the audio recording feature and Lilypond rendering feature broke a while ago, the OS of the server is in need of an upgrade, as is the CMS. I hope I can tackle all of this together in the not too distant future.
Author: devaski
Posted: Sep 19 2017 - 03:45 AM
Subject: Song tapping on Mobile devices?
Hi there, will there be an ability to tap rhythms and other features on mobile devices with touch screens in the future? Or even a dedicated app?
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