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@@ -20,10 +20,10 @@ in sync to the music. Or you record yourself conducting. It also could be just a
instructions. For more ideas see the next chapter.

The multi-track approach also enables you to provide "optional" tracks to the musicians,
such as metronome click or spoken instruments ("Solopart in 4, 3, 2, 1 NOW!") because they can
such as metronome click or spoken instructions ("Solopart in 4, 3, 2, 1 NOW!") because they can
easily be switched on and off.

Considering technology all this must be possible without any work done by the musicians. Going to a
All this must be possible without any work done by the musicians. Going to a
website and clicking play on a video is the most easy and most straightforward solution. No
downloads, no extra client software (crossplatform!), no setup time, no special and obscure
javascript webframeworks that try to render poorly sounding midis in the browser, combined with bad

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