|Web Site Tour|
forScore is a submenu under Resources and is an iPad app which costs $9.99. You can load your pdf song files into forScore, search by a word in the title. It's a convenient alternative to lugging around songbooks. You can create setlists, and tap the page to move to the next song.
The forScore page has a link to the forScore User Guide.
There are perhaps 8 ways to load songs into forScore. These methods might change depending on the version.
Let's say I want to look for "A Kind of Hush". It might be listed alphabetically under "A", or it might be listed under "K" for Kind, or it might be listed under "H" if the file is named simply "Hush". I will look for "hush". By the time I type "hu", without pressing enter, the list has already been narrowed down to all the song titles and artists containing "hu". Quit typing, and click on "A Kind Of Hush".
If you want to download a number of songs, you may prefer to borrow from Joe, our librarian, a jump drive with the song files.
The 4th, 5th and 6th submenu options under Songs are the songs in Books 1, 2 and 3. A good number of these songs are also in the first 2 lists.
The Education tab has a submenu with 7 items. The main page is an accumulated list of web sites suggested by Mark and others.
The second item under the Education tab is Mentorship. The handouts used in the Mentorship Program are available here.
The next four items under Education are links to Music Theory pages and websites that you can explore as you wish.
The 7th item is this page, a tour of the website. Open this page in a second window, or print it out, as a guide.
The last tab on the right is News. It duplicates much of the info on the calendar. It's easy to make last minute changes.
It usually has links to songs in a set list for a performance.
The "news" items are ordered latest date first, with the idea that you wouldn't have to scroll down to the bottom to see the current events. When our calendar is packed, you still may have to scroll down a ways to get to the current date.
After an event is over, the text may be changed to past tense.