A: My old bass is still fine, and you could get a good low-end from it. But my current setup is a new Yamaha CS-8, so I just play the CS-8 all the time instead.
Q: Is there any way to tune your Uke by ear on this page? Like I do the tunings of chords in the music and then play it on my Uke, do you get any extra chords out of that? Or are the chords just the chords and just a part of this music?
A: I think that’s one of the coolest things about the Uke app, is that you can actually tune it to any music that you hear that you like. If you are into the old Beatles, the way you play them on the Uke is going to be the same as it is on the Yamaha CS-8. You can also add in any custom instruments. Like, you can have an instrument on the Uke that plays only the notes that are written on the melody on the Yamaha CS-8, or a tuner for the guitar that plays all the chords that you hear and no others. It’s all custom.
I have actually never seen one of these, only a couple times for testing purposes. Maybe that’s why I like the Uke app so much. But again, I don’t tune by ear. It’s just by trying to find one song that has a chord I like.
How can you change the sound of the Uke app?
You can see the actual notes in the chords and the chords of the entire song. But, how can you change the sound of the app? Well, you change it only to the notes that are on the leftmost, rightmost, etc. In other words, you can still tune it, but with the wrong notes. However, most of the time, you can’t get rid of the notes that are on the left and right. And because you have to use the left and right keys, then you have to use those notes for tuning too, which is actually annoying to some people. So if you are using the wrong, then you may only get the correct tuning. However, you only get one wrong note, at most, but the other notes are okay for tuning.
How big can the chords get? Can I play the melody on one chord and the full song on a different chord? Or can I play only one song on every chord?
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