Banjo TAB for blind players

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5 Responses to “Banjo TAB for blind players”

  1. jefered says:

    You can lowercase the word “TAB.” Like Mac (the computer) it’s not an acronym.

  2. gpeare says:

    The Costellos are also the folks who are creating an entire open-source video ukulele curriculum for kids on Indian Reservations in northern Canada.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well well, it seems they have recreated 16th century Lute tablature for the modern age. Nothing is new! http://www.standingstones.com/image/lutetab.gif

  4. Anonymous says:

    “travelling open-source banjo instructor”
    How would a traveling closed-source banjo instructor differ?

  5. Takuan says:

    banjo neck with actuators that raise tiny buttons below fret level so you can feel where to press. Blind player piano concept with computer interface so any imputed tune can be taught haptically to fingertips.

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