Let's START by saying, we know editing your songs can be a bit of a challenge if you have a prehistoric web browser that doesn't work with the midi play button (for those stupid browsers *cough* IE *cough* we offered the "Download Midi" link).
But the "Download Midi" link doesn't allow selective playback, which makes composing or editing a song difficult. Well buddy, worry no more, now you can start your midi play back anywhere you want in your tabs.
Just type the word "START" (in all caps) wherever in your tab you want the midi player to start playing.
Are you as creative as you'd like to be? Of course you aren't. Let's change that with TabNabber's top tips to boost your creativity:
First, get rid of the idea that creativity is something we're born with. We've all heard the saying, "You either have it or you don't." Poppycrap, we say. How you are raised and what you believe is usually a much bigger factor. No matter how you're brought up, your life is in your own hands and what you become is up to you.
Experience the new and different. The very fact that you're reading this now shows a willingness and openness to new ideas, which is essential to nurturing your creativity. Continue exposing yourself to new things - different types of music (naturally), art, books, people, places, and experiences – all the time. Traveling is a great way to do this. Those who frequently travel frequently experience novelty, and novelty forces you to be adaptive, keeps your mind sharp, prevents boredom, adds fuel to your creative tank and inspires innovation.
In the March 20th, 2015 episode of NPR's TED Radio hour, the common fallacies of originality and creativity are exposed. In DJ Mark Ronson's full TED talk below, he describes how we live in the post sampling era where music builds on what came before it: