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Writing tabs and notation: Progression for Ipad
      31/12/11 09:00 PM
I never really thought much about reading notation. I have been composing and learning music by ear, chord charts and tabs. But I just started using Progression for Ipad and I must say, after the initial learning curve, I’m finding this app very useful as both a composing tool and a learning tool.

The advantage of having both in front of me as I compose on the virtual fret board is allowing me to take my music to the next level. An excellent tool for teaching music and figuring out parts for a band. It's also a lot of fun.

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