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Announcing seven new Hohner two-row Melodeon apps for the iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch:

http://www.tradlessons.com/HohnerMelodeon.html


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Michael




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will this app work with
an android pad
or any other pad?
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Hi Altavista,

The apps are for Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch only. 

I'm sorry, but I have no specific plans at this time to port to Android or any other platform but it's not out of the question in the future.

The iPhone/iPod Touch mini versions of the apps run even on a first generation iPod Touch, so if you really want the apps, you can probably get an older iPod Touch for very little money on Craigslist or similar service.

Michael


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hey Michael, it would be great if you port it to android....


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Well, I'm glad to see that there are starting to be more high-performance Android tablets hitting the market!
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Hi Michale I have a question. I have in my ipod six three row and two two row apps, but I did not knew that two row have a differnet system. I mean the scales are not the same than lets say the two first row of a three row accordion. one row is like the three rows but playing them together you need to learn other way of playing scales in intervals of two or what we call "terceras" Is there any option to make it work like the three row system? Thank you.

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On the iPad, there is the full range of Melodeon tunings, including B/C, C#/D, C/F, D/G, and G/C, but on the iPhone, the only two available are B/C and D/G.  B/C is used primarily for traditional Irish music (the kind I play). D/G is used for many other kinds of folk music.

The D/G has the same relative pitch (a fourth) between the two rows as between two rows on a three row, in this case the pitch that sounds would be one step up from the CF rows on the GCF.  Of course, you won't be able to play along with recordings since the pitch would be one step too high, but it might be useful in any case.
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