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The abc website is divided into four sections (each of which function slightly differently with regard to cookies):
- The blog - occasional musings on the world of abc
- The forums - for discussions about abc
- The wiki - containing the abc standard
- The main website - pretty much everything else, including the tune search, with tens of thousands of tune pages which you can search or browse, and a number of static pages, such as lists of tune collections, tutorials & software.
The blog, forums and wiki are created from off-the-shelf software (WordPress, phpBB and DokuWiki respectively).
The main website is custom built.
NB In the following diagram, entries in square brackets [like this] indicate multiple pages.
Entries which are not part of the main website are shown in italics.
Note for newcomers:
If you've stumbled across this page by accident - perhaps via a web search - welcome, and thanks for visiting the abc web site!
Here is just a taste of what you can find at abcnotation.com, either here or via a link:
- plenty of free software (Windows, Mac, Linux, mobile, ...) to transfer abc into scores or midi sound files
- examples, tutorials, a blog, discussion forums and plenty of other information about abc
- specialist software which can generate tabulature and fingering charts for instruments such as guitar, mandolin & banjo (and other fretted, stringed instruments), fiddle / violin / voila, diatonic accordion, trumpet, horn euphonium & tuba, harmonica and drums
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