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Below you will find a list of the most frequently asked questions that have been asked while using this portal. Check if some answers solve your questions.
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Once you have found a transcription you wish to purchase, simply click on the "Add to shopping cart" button. A message will appear informing you that that transcription has been added to your cart. You can then add more or view the summary of your cart.
You can access the cart summary by clicking on the "your shopping cart" link that appears in the message after adding a transcription to the cart, or from the "Cart" link in the main menu at the top. On the internal pages of the site, the content of your cart will always be displayed on the left sidebar where there is the "View cart" link which redirects you to the cart summary page.
As soon as you have made the payment you will be redirected to the site and you will become a registered user and in this session you will already be authenticated. The user who purchases a transcription will receive the link into his/her mailbox to download the relative PDF file without any limitations. You must remain authenticated on the site to download the purchased files that can be reached from the received email. Furthermore, a registered user, on his / her personal area, has a summary of the purchased files (link "My purchased files" under "User Menu" on the left sidebar) and, at any time, can download them (in PDF format) again without any restrictions (we can change any rule at any time, if occurs any improper or suspicious behavior shown by registered users).
Sometimes it can happen that automatically sent emails end up in the spam of your inbox or that this is full or that, for some other reason, mail does not arrive at its destination. A little bad!
You can use the contact form to write to us, entering the same email with which you placed the order and we will manually send the files you purchased.
Furthermore, a registered user, on his / her personal area, has a summary of the purchased files (link "My purchased files" under "User Menu" on the left sidebar) and, at any time, can download them (in PDF format) again without any restrictions (we can change any rule at any time, if occurs any improper or suspicious behavior shown by registered users).
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On the site, in some cases, for the same version of a piece there is the Full Bass Score and one or more extracts (the Solo or the Bass Line, for example). Why?
When listening to a track, first the interesting material to work on for the transcription is identified, such as the bass solo. Later it may be decided to complete the transcription and this constitutes a separate new article. The opposite is not true: if a Full Bass Score is released, no extracted portions of it are proposed as independent purchasable items since, if so, for each complete transcription there would be 2 or 3 additional items each time and this would be redundant.
The jazz repertoire is so vast that it is really difficult to draw a border line and make a selection that satisfies everyone. Our main goal is to transcribe traditional jazz, starting first from the early period, through the 50s and 60s of the last century, up to the most recent evolutions. There is still a long way to go!