NoteBrowser - a guitar players aide

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sancho3
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NoteBrowser - a guitar players aide

Postby sancho3 » Jan 14, 2019 3:33

I am working on a project that is at a stage which can be shown.
It is called NoteBrowser and it is intended to be an aide to finding notes and scales on a guitar fretboard.
It is still early in development so there isn't much to it yet.
You can find it here on Github
Read the readme file there for some more info.
There are a lot of files but its not hard to compile and it works on linux as well.
There is a windows executable in the file list that you can download and run if you don't want to compile the entire thing.

Here are some screen shots:
The main menu:
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The Note Browser:
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The Scale Browser:
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If you try it let me know and if you find any problems please report them here.
If you find anything strange coding wise I will be happy to let you know why I did what I did.
I already find it useful in practicing scales and fooling around in them.
There is lots coming for this project
Boromir
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Re: NoteBrowser - a guitar players aide

Postby Boromir » Jan 16, 2019 0:04

Very cool!
A few file names weren't right for case-sensitive linux though.

These ...

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menubar.bi
palette.bi
data.bi

...should be.

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MenuBar.bi
Palette.bi
Data.bi
sancho3
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Re: NoteBrowser - a guitar players aide

Postby sancho3 » Jan 16, 2019 1:32

Excellent thanks for the heads. I will fix it.
Tourist Trap
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Re: NoteBrowser - a guitar players aide

Postby Tourist Trap » Jan 18, 2019 15:34

sancho3 wrote:Excellent thanks for the heads. I will fix it.

Thanks sancho, noce work. I will adapt this idea for my own game project mechanics.

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