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August 01, 2011

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Suzanne Steele

Hi Paul,

This tool is made for counting salsa and merengue, but it might help you find 2.
After it is loaded, click on the INSTRUCTOR and change his voice to 2, 6.
Hope it helps!!!
Have fun.

http://www.salsabeatmachine.org/

Paul aka pt at large

Thanks,Suzanne, everything helps the cause! I might even be able to find sites that demonstrate 2/4 and 4/4 and 1/2 time. Great suggestion!

Rebecca Wilson

Such restraint on the photos! Bravo!

Paul aka pt at large

I know you think I add too many photos to my stories...I used restraint today...thanks!

May Louise

Great piece, as usual, Paul!

Mary Rickard

Paul - I'll be there. I've been enjoying your e-newsletter and have posted excerpts on my blog.

A friend in Houston is one of your big fans

Paul aka pt at large

Holy smoke... Houston, how cool!
Just found one of your stories in Times Picayune in NOLA http://www.nola.com/living/index.ssf/2011/07/new_orleans_signs_language_has.html

...and your blog! http://whatssospecialaboutneworleans.blogspot.com/

Wonderful collection of NOLA stories, good stuff...

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