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  1. #21
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    Default Willing to share exported files.

    Willing to share exported files.

    I am looking for other teachers or users who have converted native the iRP files to PDF or JPG and or MIDI, so they can be easily used in lesson context by printing or, dumped in a tab editor as MIDI (TEF or GP)

    Having immediate access to the PDF or JPG would circumvent the need to export them when you need one. If you need to edit or transpose one, then just open native file and make your changes, but in many cases, have the chart in "native key" would be fine.

    Willing to share exported files.

    email me at roiwebsites@gmail.com if you want to swap files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modelcar View Post
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    Having immediate access to the PDF or JPG would circumvent the need to export them when you need one. If you need to edit or transpose one, then just open native file and make your changes, but in many cases, have the chart in "native key" would be fine...
    You might like to select a playlist or create one, then export a complete multipaged PDF of the songs within. A suitable PDF app would then be able to export a single page(s) ready for use as required.
    https://technimo.helpshift.com/a/ire...playlist&p=all

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    OK - thanks. I'd like to see some kind of PDF sharing platform. I know that they are not editable, but they are quick to access/share/distribute/print to other people and my students in that format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modelcar View Post
    OK - thanks. I'd like to see some kind of PDF sharing platform. I know that they are not editable, but they are quick to access/share/distribute/print to other people and my students in that format.
    Yes, you can use iRp to tailor a specific exercise for a student, have iRp generate a pdf and send the student home with a paper chord chart.

    Or... (and) since *everyone* now probably has access to a "smart-device" of some sort, encourage your students to use iRp to download charts you've made specifically for them from your "sandbox" and use them in the app.
    The iRp player beats the socks off a metronome.
    Charts are instantly transposable.
    The player's practice feature can easily and seamlessly slowly speed up a looped section (or entire chart) during practice.

    The list (and the beat) goes on...
    )BOB

    from this discussion
    https://www.irealb.com/forums/showth...5014#post55014
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 07-02-2019 at 11:42 AM.

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    thanks Bob for the tips.

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