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  • Fakebook goes Pro

    Faster and better than ever, Fakebook 2.0 is the professional choice. Great new features and 400 more songs...

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  • The Rude Practice Pad

    The Rude Practice Pad is the perfect training tool for drum set players, percussionists, marching bands and drum lines. From student to pro, there is always something you can work on in this selection of drum rudiments and hybrid rhythms....

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  • Fakebook Pro - the Real Book

    The Fakebook Pro sheet music reader is preloaded with chord progressions for 400 rock and pop songs as well as 1200 classic jazz standards. Instantly transpose the collection or individual chord charts to suit the soloist or singer....

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  • An Actually Free Andronome+

    Thousands of pro musicians' gig go-to app! Accurate and transposable chord charts, PDF sheet music, ChordPro, ABC and lyrics; this app handles them all...

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  • Fakebook Pro Sheet Music Reader

    Thousands of pro musicians' gig go-to app! Accurate and transposable chord charts, PDF sheet music, ChordPro, ABC and lyrics; this app handles them all...

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The only way is up!


To my surprise both the Fakebook and the Andronome+ apps have made it to the best seller lists in Amazon Appstore. At the time of this writing Fakebook is on number 6 and Andronome+ on number 15 in their categories.
In Google Play the competition is tougher, but Fakebook still makes the top 100 music apps list most of the time. What can I say? Thanks!

Speaking of different app stores, a BlackBerry Playbook user noted that I haven't really advertised that Fakebook is available on the BlackBerry App World. Well, it is.
Actually, VL-Tone and the Andronome Metronomes are also available, but due to some BlackBerry trademark policy the metronomes have been renamed Enginome and Enginome+ on App World.

Again, thanks to all of you that use the apps. And special thanks to those who take the time to comment, star and review them. It is appreciated!

Mail of the Month - October


Just for my bragging pleasure, two nice comments on the Rude Drum Trainer app:
Excellent app
This app is the perfect rudiment training tool. Even has an adjustable metronome and video links for examples of each rudiment.
Nice
As a drummer that never got around to learning all the rudiments, I find this the only music app that I have found so far that I would actually use.
And, to compensate, a very useful remark from a guy named Daniel who really should have remained anonymous:
My mum could queef over it
I must admit I had too look it up, but though still blushing I really have no idea what Daniel or Daniels honoured mother mean by this. Could the one star rating be a clue?