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Re: Thoughts, feedback on a music scores project? [Re: Louis Podesta] #2143862
09/04/13 04:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Louis Podesta

Let me get this straight: this website is not for concrete research related projects, but is instead, more like an Internet "Pub" for classical pianists.

Please continue, I never thought I would get this lucky. Do you really think I am going to let you guys, especially the moderators, get away with this subterfuge?

First, we have Laguna Greg being allowed to promote his business, and now this. Bring it on!

Louis, I get the impression that you have something against market exchange when music is involved. The best thing would be for you to think like an entrepreneur and strive for success on that basis, rather than as seems to be the case resenting the efforts of others to provide music related goods and services.

Everyone's success is interconnected . . . it is competitive yet not oppositional in the way that you perceive it, this success is not dependent on harming anyone and instead is based on generating value in terms of how much the particular goods and services are wanted or needed.

Being a businessman can be very demanding with weeks, months and even years of long hours with next to nothing in return, and can involve much additional tremendous self-sacrifice and risk taking. Businessmen should be admired for their efforts to satisfy us, not castigated.

Isn't life including for musicians much improved in many respects thanks to Apple and Microsoft products?

Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and others have my gratitude for placing into the past the days of having to obtain music scores through inter-library loan and physical mail order!

And one can get so much better oriented, and much more rapidly, with Google Earth than a bundle of maps . . . though not completed the Google historical news archive is fabulous, and one can now hold a recording studio in the palm of one's hand . . .


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Re: Thoughts, feedback on a music scores project? [Re: neuralfirings] #2146499
09/08/13 04:16 PM
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Hey all, I spent some time this weekend working on this project and cobbled together a demo. It's the bare bones but I think it will still be fun for you to play around with. smile

Check it out at http://www.notablescores.com/. You can sign up to be notified when we invite users. The site outside of the demo page isn't really up to snuff, so I can't open up the site just yet.

The demo is of the first page of the Moonlight. You can click the link under the Invite List Button to sign in with the demo account. Let me know what you guys think!

PS. I also did a write up of the survey results in case anybody was interested.

Working on Beethoven's Appassionata Sonata, Mvt 3.
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