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Michael Hillman


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Boise, Idaho, USA
Post  Posted 1 Jul 2019 9:26 am    
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Hey Nelson- I’ve mapped out most of Wave, did you construct the backup track with Band In A Box or something similar? Thanks! Michael
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Nelson Checkoway


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Massachusetts, USA
Post  Posted 1 Jul 2019 12:50 pm    
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Hi Michael - I must confess I didn't construct anything at all! After reading about the iReal Pro app from another forum contributor, I bought the app and then found a version of "Wave" via the iReal Pro forum: just one of hundreds of crowd-sourced arrangements created and posted by participants that are available for download.

You get a visual chord chart too. Also you can adjust the tempo to where the pocket is most comfortable. "Wave" is my first experience using it for a backing track, and I'm pretty pleased with its utility.
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Michael Hillman


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Boise, Idaho, USA
Post  Posted 1 Jul 2019 1:14 pm     Thanks!
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Thanks- I’ll look into that !
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