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 on: July 24, 2019, 01:00:04 am 
Started by BillErickson - Last post by VTtrish
Lithrawind I sent you an email.

 on: July 23, 2019, 09:56:44 pm 
Started by BillErickson - Last post by lithrawind
Hi, how much are you asking? I'm interested in both as I lend-gifted my Poly C and have always wanted a Poly G.

 on: July 19, 2019, 07:54:15 pm 
Started by BillErickson - Last post by VTtrish
I have a Poly C and a Poly G both in perfect shape, always maintained and protected. I'm willing to sell these to help fund my CODA purchase.

 on: June 28, 2019, 07:48:58 pm 
Started by BillErickson - Last post by BillErickson
Hey Guys,

I came back to the forum after a many-year hiatus looking for an aluminum or warmstone MO, but then discovered that they're all out of stock while Karl focuses on the new Coda EDC line.  I ended up putting in an order for the Coda, but then realized that there's probably a need for a place where folks can buy / sell / trade MO's until such time (if ever) the original MO goes back into production.

I suggested to the company that they setup a new discussion forum for just that, but in the meantime thought I'd start a topic that folks could use for buying / selling / trading used MO's.  If you're looking for an MO, or have one that you'd like to sell, just post the information here.  If you're a seller, provide contact information so potential buyers don't necessarily need to join the forum to be able to reach out to you.

Let's keep the MO market alive!!

 on: June 04, 2019, 10:16:56 pm 
Started by ubizmo - Last post by windjammer
 Wow! I am so happy I just found out this last Sunday, June 2 ,2019 I believe ,that the coda  had been released for sale.  I thought I was on the notification list but it might’ve gotten lost in junk mail.  For almost a year at least , I checked in Here almost every day but after that disaster with the first run of Codas I was afraid that might send the company down the drain. Dragging Karl and his family down with it.
 So I’ve been praying for Karl ,his family and the company.  So Sunday I decided to come back here and see if anything new had happened.  But to my great surprise things have been happening since last year.
 I think the last time I checked last year was around October and didn’t find anything out.
 So congratulations Karl !!! I am so very happy for you your family and your company. Cheesy

 PS I ordered a Coda the next day. Cheesy

 on: May 28, 2019, 06:27:12 am 
Started by ubizmo - Last post by Harp Player
I know this forum is pretty much useless now.  I just wanted to encourage everyone to get the CODA if you haven't already done so.  I would also suggest that you get the CODA silencers if you might be in a place where you might disturb your neighbors.

 on: April 23, 2019, 05:00:09 am 
Started by PonderWolf - Last post by PonderWolf
I carried a poly G and the diamond wood G and C in Iraq. I took them on missions that I would never dared to take my ukuleles on. Karl, why have you abandoned something that works?

 on: March 09, 2019, 09:36:44 am 
Started by PonderWolf - Last post by Harp Player
I have been hoping that he will bring back the regular Mountain Ocarina as well.  It is a wonderful instrument, and people still want them.

 on: March 07, 2019, 03:29:32 am 
Started by PonderWolf - Last post by PonderWolf
You had the best and most affordable inline ocarina on the market. I bought a hind in C, and even with the extra half note, it sucks. You should have never stopped producing your poly's. You should have done a bit more research to give your C the extra note. While I admire you efforts on the pro ocarina, you should not have abandoned what worked. Bring back the poly G and an improved poly C, PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!

 on: January 04, 2019, 01:48:17 am 
Started by hoodsmom - Last post by hoodsmom
I got asked on the CODA forum to write up a tutorial for making a plugin that adds tabs to a MuseScore 2 score. Honestly, I don't think you really need to add tabs to an entire score for CODA if you're an experienced MO player, so I wrote the tutorial to show how to make a plugin that adds tabs for a G-MO ocarina played as a nontransposing instrument. Therefore it made sense to post the link to the tutorial files here as well as on the CODA forum. Included in the tutorial files is my tablature font for playing a G-MO ocarina as a nontransposing instrument.

I've written several MuseScore tab plugins, but to be honest, I use my MuseScore tab plugins for a few scores while learning a new instrument. After I get comfortable with the instrument, I don't add tabs to the entire score. I just add a couple of tabs manually without a plugin to remind myself about fingerings I have a hard time remembering.


P.S. In case it's not obvious, you can use the font to (manually) add tabs for a G-MO ocarina played as a transposing instrument as well.

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