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As a new contributor, you may feel a little overwhelmed by the sheer size and scope of this project called The Traditional Tune Archive. Don't worry too much if you don't understand everything at first, as it is acceptable to use common sense as you go about editing. The Traditional Tune Archive not only allows you to create, revise, and edit tune and annotation, but it wants you to do so. You just need to remember that you can't break The Traditional Tune Archive and although there are many protocols, perfection is not required, as The Traditional Tune Archive is a work in progress. Collaborative editing means that incomplete or poorly written first drafts can evolve over time into excellent tune scores and annotations.
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As a new contributor, you may feel a little overwhelmed by the sheer size and scope of this project called The Traditional Tune Archive. Don't worry too much if you don't understand everything at first, as it is acceptable to use common sense as you go about editing. The Traditional Tune Archive not only allows you to create, revise, and edit tunes and annotations, but it wants you to do so. You just need to remember that you can't break The Traditional Tune Archive and although there are many protocols, perfection is not required, as The Traditional Tune Archive is a work in progress. Collaborative editing means that incomplete or poorly written first drafts can evolve over time into excellent tune scores and annotations.
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This page provides information and resources needed to comprehend, comment on, and edit The Traditional Tune Archive.
 
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Latest revision as of 10:01, 24 June 2019


New Users
New to the Traditional Tune Archive?.

Adding tunes
The Tune input form

Tune book
The Tune input form

Recorded sources
The Tune input form

Tune Annotations
Anecdotes, provenance, examples of associated lyrics and miscellaneous information regarding a melody.

Typesetting Guidelines
A minimum set of quality guidelines for newly typeset works

Public domain material
Public Domain made simple

Theme Code Index
An alternative Search method


The Traditional Tune Archive

As a new contributor, you may feel a little overwhelmed by the sheer size and scope of this project called The Traditional Tune Archive. Don't worry too much if you don't understand everything at first, as it is acceptable to use common sense as you go about editing. The Traditional Tune Archive not only allows you to create, revise, and edit tunes and annotations, but it wants you to do so. You just need to remember that you can't break The Traditional Tune Archive and although there are many protocols, perfection is not required, as The Traditional Tune Archive is a work in progress. Collaborative editing means that incomplete or poorly written first drafts can evolve over time into excellent tune scores and annotations.



This page provides information and resources needed to comprehend, comment on, and edit The Traditional Tune Archive.
The links on the left should direct you to how to do it.