Long time piano player, beginning harmonica and guitar player, in love with music but mostly into rock, jazz, blues, boogie and metal these days. I sometimes make instructional videos on pieces I learned by ear and of nice shows I attended, which are available here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Museclectic
I also wrote a free piece of software that allows you to convert MIDI files to tablatures for the diatonic harmonica. Check it out here: http://harpy.sourceforge.net/
I also contribute sheet music to the collection that is available on the Musescore website. You can see what I've done so far here: https://musescore.com/user/182488
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