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 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?

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 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.

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 on: March 07, 2019, 03:29:32 am 
Started by PonderWolf - Last post by PonderWolf
Karl,
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!!!!!!!!!!!!

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 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.

https://sites.google.com/site/ocarinastuff/finale-notepad-files-1/MuseScore2TabsTutorial.zip

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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 on: December 21, 2018, 07:35:21 pm 
Started by ubizmo - Last post by laharl666
merci pour votre compassion, karl...
Tout est énormément taxé en France... une veritable horreur!!!
Mais je ne regrette vraiment pas mon achat!!!
C'est un vrai plaisir de jouer avec votre instrument de musique!!
Votre proposition m'aurais bien intéressé (If any of you who ALREADY PURCHASED a Coda want additional Codas at a special price, please send me an email at info@CodaEDC.com . We have a limited number of Coda 2nds. These Codas play beautifully (I tested them all), and they look good, but they have some small marks from ultrasonic welding that keep me from selling them at full price.)
mais les taxes sont décourageantes... Cry

"thank you for your compassion, karl ...
Everything is enormously taxed in France ... a real horror !!!
But I really do not regret my purchase!
It's a real pleasure to play with your musical instrument !!
Your proposal would have interested me (If any of you who do not know what you want to do, please send me an email at info@CodaEDC.com We have a limited number of Coda 2nds.These Codas play beautifully (I tested them all), and they look good, but they have some small marks of ultrasonic welding that keep me at full price.)
but the taxes are discouraging ...  Cry   "

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 on: December 21, 2018, 05:59:37 pm 
Started by ubizmo - Last post by Karl
So glad you guys have received your Codas and are enjoying them!

laharl666, that customs bill is appalling! Shipping within the United States is quick and reasonable, but --honestly-- as a small company, we aren't sure what to do about foreign orders. In the long run, I hope we find a solution, but we are not there yet!  The US Postal Service charged you about $34 for shipping from the USA to France, and then your country charged you another $43 because you purchased something from outside the European Union.  Wow! I sincerely feel your pain! (The French government made more on this sale than we did! Wink) We've looked into foreign shipping on several occasions but still don't have a good answer to this perplexing problem. Sorry!

We plan to have a section on our new forum (CodaEDC.com/forum) where people from various countries can give us advice about the best shipping solutions to their particular country.

In the meantime, if anyone has suggestions for their particular country, please email us at info@CodaEDC.com. (I know that some of you will tell me to falsify the package value or state that it is a gift, but please understand that lying and cheating is a slippery slope that we don't want to go down.)

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 on: December 19, 2018, 10:44:03 am 
Started by ubizmo - Last post by laharl666
Je viens de recevoir mon Coda!!!
Je suis ravi, il sonne bien!!
Encore merci à Karl!!!
par contre, mauvaise surprise avec les frais de douane... 38€ (43.34 USD)!!!

"I just received my Coda !!!
I am delighted, it sounds great !!
Thanks again to Karl !!!
on the other hand, bad surprise with customs fees ... 38 € (43.34 USD) !!!"  Shocked

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 on: December 19, 2018, 01:54:37 am 
Started by ubizmo - Last post by Twist
Got my Coda today. It sounds great. Thanks Karl.

Dale

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 on: December 17, 2018, 09:59:24 pm 
Started by ubizmo - Last post by Shar
Thanks, Karl. My Coda came today. The sound is lovely. Getting the chromatics on the upper chamber will need a lot of practice but I'm up for it. The clip ia a great addition. It already serves two purposes. It helps the baby finger hold the Coda with the thumb for the high notes. Definitely worth the wait. The book is very helpful and I love O'Carolan tunes. Thanks again for all your hard work.

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 on: December 15, 2018, 05:30:31 am 
Started by ubizmo - Last post by MedicineMan
I remember walking across your state and thinking Connecticut'ers are just good people.
You Karl take it to a new level!

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