Easy Guide to Reading and Writing Charts

This week we will share with you an Easy Guide to Reading and Writing Charts.  You don't have to be a music major to communicate to other musicians how to play your songs, or how to read other peoples charts well enough to play along.

We will cover a couple styles of Charts, as well as standard notations.  We will also show you where to get FREE Software that will help you write, edit, print, and share your charts. Thanks to Rik for the idea for this meeting topic.

As always, we will also spend time meeting each other to find opportunities for collaboration  and play original music.  We also will play MP3s of Stay Tuned from our members, so if you have it ready bring it on your mp3 player to plug into our PA.

We hope you can make it.

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  • Joyce A.

    Cliff did it again! Another informative, entertaining presentation sure to contribute to my songwriting bag o' tricks.
    Joyce Ann

    October 18, 2011

  • Randy H.

    Great summary to the point!

    October 14, 2011

  • Dave Z.

    Picked up some new pointers on how to make it easy to communicate my ideas to other musicians. Great meetup.

    October 13, 2011

  • cliff k.

    Lots of great songs. Good to see some lyricists in the crowd who want to collaborate.

    October 13, 2011

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