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PaulV

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Michel,
Okay, I used "Google Translate" for the English text of your message, since I don't understand French.
Here's what I got:

Yes, but there are few people on this forum, and I find it unfortunate that people do not thank the authors of their work.
I run with their work and I find it natural to say "thank you."

How accurate is that?

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Michel

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Hello Paul,

Problem of language.....

I said that, for me , it is natural to thank persons who write transcriptions, make vidéos for users of forum.

But, there are not a lot of users of forum who said " thank you " for the autors of these work.

I hope this message clear ( I write in english 😉 )

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Yeah, I can see that the technology just ain't there yet....still a long way to aid in perfect communication.

Thanks for your support.  I love doing the work on these lesson pages from Ted, but it make it more meaningful and sweeter when I know that others are benefiting from them.
And I am so happy that we can offer this material for free....as Ted would have wanted.

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Hi guys,
We posted batch #21 of the “Lesson File Upgrades”  http://tedgreene.com/teaching/upgrades.asp

For our August 2018 installment of the “Lesson File Upgrades” we have 6 upgraded files to add to the “Comping” section.
Here's what we did for this month:

  • Blue Bossa
  • I Got Rhythm
  • In a Mellow Tone
  • Just Friends
  • Skylark (key of C)
  • Watch What Happens (key of D, V-2 & V-1, mid. & top strings)

A little update: when I first reviewed all the files on the TG.com site, I found 326 files that really needed attention - pages that were hard to read, hard to follow, poor scan copies, crooked images, needing notation for clarification, etc.

Over that past couple of years we've been knocking out several upgrades each month. We want to be sure that they are accessible and meaningful to guitarist all over the world, and hopefully presented in a way that Ted would have liked and approved of.  (Barbara Franklin certainly wanted these lesson sheets and arrangements presented in the best possible way and she urged us to do this).

So now we have just 58 more to clean up and then this whole "file upgrades" thing will be over. Whew!

[comp]   [smile]

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Thank you for this beautiful work. [wave]
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We posted batch #22 of the “Lesson File Upgrades”  http://tedgreene.com/teaching/upgrades.asp

The September 2018 installment of the “Lesson File Upgrades” has 13 upgraded files: 11 for the “Chord Studies” section, 1 in “The V-System,” and 1 in the “Arrangements” section.

Below is the run-down on the upgraded lesson pages for this month:

Old File Names:
  4-Note Diatonic 4th Chord Studies
  Approach Chord Concept – Diatonic 4th Chords - Major Scale (1986)
  Diatonic 4th Chords: R479 Types (1987)
  Diatonic 4th Chords V7-I (1986-12-07)
  Diatonic 4ths: I-vi7-ii7-V7 Ascending Melody (1986-09-01)


New File Names:
  4-Note Diatonic 4th Chord Studies on the Middle Strings (Part1)
  4-Note Diatonic 4th Chord Studies on the Middle Strings (Part2)
  4-Note Diatonic 4th Chord Studies on the Top Strings
  Approach Chord Concept: Diatonic 4th Chords, Major Scale
  Diatonic 4th Chords: R 4 7 9 with String Crossing
  Diatonic 4th Chords: R 4 7 9 Type on the Top Strings
  Diatonic 4th Chords: R 4 7 9 Types on the Middle Strings
  Diatonic 4ths: I-vi7-ii7-(I7)-V7 - Ascending Diatonic Melody
  Learning R 4 7 5 (3 Notes and a Skip) – Diatonic 4th Chords
  V7-I in Diatonic 4th Chords (More)
  V7-I in Diatonic 4th Chords: Melodic Moves from 1st Chord

In the “Arrangements” section we upgraded and corrected some notation errors for Ted’s “Over the Rainbow” arrangement.

In “The V-System” section, James Hober corrected a few chord names for this file:
“The 43 Four-Note Qualities”

You'll want to swap these with the older/obsolete files that you may have previously downloaded.
We hope you appreciate these improvements.


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Hi guys,
Sorry, but we didn't get the October "Lesson Files Upgrades" posted this month.

We'll be back on track next month[comp]

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Don't worry Paul.
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Slacking off again, Paul?  You probably only worked 10 billion hours on Ted stuff last month instead of your usual 100 billion!
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Hmmm....
The material was ready....the webmaster was not.
I'm really looking forward to finishing these upgrades.  It's been twice the work for almost 2 years now.
Whew!

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