Pan Java Applet De Keyboard Comments Winners
Send in your comments and listen to some soca Soca !
|Pan Java - Sweet steelpan, Low C Tenor Pan. Play your
notes on the steel pan or using the keyboard. Sorry, is only one pan stick at a time
dahling. Now with Recording and playing of "scores" Works best with Netscape 3.0
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and featured applet of week 10, 1997.
To play a tune double click the tune in the song list and it will load ... may take a
And then click on play. Or click on the tune on the play list, and then click on load and then click on play ... simple eh ..
To play the pan click on the note areas (surrounded by dotted lines and play away !
Hold down yuh key to roll it and QWERTY musicians can use the keyboard
If Netscape is giving problems to load the applet try holding down your SHIFT key, and clicking on the reload button.
Please report all problems to: email@example.com
Use the comments form for a special soca billboard "Slow Wine" treat !
So yuh feel to play pan, wat yuh could play ! Sometin like dis right .. CCGGAAG FFEEDDC [GGFFEED]*2 ^ | back to the start |..........................| Well boy, Gravy say dat was easy, try dis on for size ...... FFFFFFA FFFFFFA# FFFFFFC1 FFFFFFD1 FGFGFGD1# FGFGFGD1 FFFFFFC1 A#A#A#A#A#A# Kitch ent easy .... try it again .... wit some riddum So yuh feel yuh playing sweet, yuh have a nice composition ! send meh yuh score below and we go see how it goes .... Just record it above and copy it our of the note area and send it via the comments form below. Gravy says if it real good it might make the song list ... with credits ....
|Hi Welcome to the Pan Java App.
Click and drag to run de pan.
You Qwerty musicians can use the
keyboard to start your pan slinging:
Ctrl+Note gives you the 1st Octave;
e.g. Ctrl+A = A1
Alt+Note gives you the 2nd Octave;
e.g. Alt+E = E2
Shift+Note sharpens the Note;
e.g. Shift+C = C#
The combinations Shift+Ctrl and Shift+Alt
gives you the Sharpened Octaves
e.g. Shift+Ctrl+C = C1#
, and Shift+Alt+D = D2#
ALT may not work on some browsers..i.e. IExplorer
Ah hope yuh have yuh pan stick! PS. Hold down ya key and roll it!
Send Comments, Ole Talk, Mako Meh, 2 & 3 Chord to de little Black Boy: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Red Boy: email@example.com Special thanks also to Alan Brizan.
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