All the songs you know...
PianoCheater KEEPS TRACK of the songs you learn !!
It scribbles down the day IN the midi file when you practice a song.
It always rebuilds a list of songs for you to work on TODAY.
based on the last practice date and "revisit" setting of each song :)
It all starts with "THAT SONG IS AWESOME - I NEEEED TO LEARN IT !!"...
Stick em here. This pile can get huge.
They sort to the end of the song list as there's no point in seeing
all that during daily practice.
The songs you're actively working on every day. Usually a couple of them.
The songs you already know and want to keep FRESH.
You'll practice these maybe weekly?
These are DONE. You've got a good recording of it and
you don't need it in your brain no more.
You've got nice fingering and dynamics notes in it so you can
pick it up again some day with ease.
That song sucked after all. No mercy!
But if it's just too hard for NOW, keep it back in PianoCheaterSongs\Do
A song is NEVER done.
A song continues to grow (with you) forEVER.
You learn it, leave it, forget parts of it,
come back to it, and learn it better and stronger.
You find little places to add EVEN more "feeling".
You notate the score with little memory helpers so you can get the
score BACK into your brain years later in mere minutes.
Losing NOTHING, then adding more to it...
YOU RECORD IT IN MIDI FORMAT so you can toss the sheet music :)
In your "song polishing", you
seperate hands into different tracks via Tinkerer
add fingering and dynamics notes via PianoCheater
put in daily memos of what you worked on
GET IT INTO MIDI FORMAT ;)
Get to here from the star toolbar button "edit song properties"
(old screenshot - sorry)
PianoCheater marks the days that you've practiced each song IN the midi file.
And stamps it with a DONE date when you move it to Repertoire or Done.
You can edit here manually, too.
And you can put daily notes in, etc.
This way, you have PROOF of how many days it took you to learn a song.
People always say "That's an easy one - done in 2 weeks".
Yeah, riiiiiiight... Prove it!
You've made it to the end of my looongwinded tutorial.
Unfortunately, you're now on your own...;)
pleeeeeeeease email me if you have ANY questions firstname.lastname@example.org