True: Play along


mjgodin
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Hi Mike,

Just a kudos on the tutorial for "True" by George Strait. Been working on it all weekend. You really got the country tunes down. One minor issue I came upon is there is no play along with the jam track. The chord progressions are rather easy to remember but thought I would pass this info along.

Also for a performer who has recorded 60 number one hits we got to get more Strait here on GT. I'll request a few more songs, but haven't had much luck with stuff I've requested in the past. Hopefully there will be some more in the pipeline.

Moe


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Mike Olekshy
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Hey Moe! Thanks for the kind words and enjoying that George Strait classic! I'm not exactly sure what you're referring to with the jam track. You indeed can play along with the jam track by playing along with the Jam Along video at the end of the tutorial.

Unfortunately, we don't seem to have any more George Strait songs in the pipeline at this time. Fingers crossed for sometime down the road to get more.

Hope this helps!

Mike

Originally Posted by: mjgodin

Hi Mike,

Just a kudos on the tutorial for "True" by George Strait. Been working on it all weekend. You really got the country tunes down. One minor issue I came upon is there is no play along with the jam track. The chord progressions are rather easy to remember but thought I would pass this info along.

Also for a performer who has recorded 60 number one hits we got to get more Strait here on GT. I'll request a few more songs, but haven't had much luck with stuff I've requested in the past. Hopefully there will be some more in the pipeline.

Moe


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mjgodin
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Thanks Mike, no what I was referring to was and maybe I misunderstood it , but I thought that when your on a jam along section of a lesson that the chords scrolls along while your playing. I was under the impression it did that but maybe I'm thinking of lessons taught in the style courses and not actual licensed songs. Is that correct? I haven't really completed song lessons mostly I just have been in acoustic style lessons where that occurs. [br]No big deal to me on this particular song I was just trying to help anybody else who might be expecting that feature. [br][br]


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Mike Olekshy
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#0 Originally Posted by: mjgodin

Thanks Mike, no what I was referring to was and maybe I misunderstood it , but I thought that when your on a jam along section of a lesson that the chords scrolls along while your playing. I was under the impression it did that but maybe I'm thinking of lessons taught in the style courses and not actual licensed songs. Is that correct? I haven't really completed song lessons mostly I just have been in acoustic style lessons where that occurs. [br]No big deal to me on this particular song I was just trying to help anybody else who might be expecting that feature. [br][br]

Ah - okay! I think some songs have the auto-scroll and some do not. Let me touch base with the transcription team and I'll let you know what I find out. Thanks for the heads up!


 


Mike


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Mike Olekshy
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#4 Originally Posted by: Mike Olekshy

Ah - okay! I think some songs have the auto-scroll and some do not. Let me touch base with the transcription team and I'll let you know what I find out. Thanks for the heads up!


 


Mike

OK - we've sent a request to our notation department, and the auto scroll should be functional for that song within a week or so.


Thanks again for the heads up!


Mike


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mjgodin
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Thanks Mike. 


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