Ok, I've done my thing on "A Mexican Ride", I hope you like it. Notched the dots off of ebay the other day and thought I'd give 'em a go.
As the first four measures were left to the piano player, I xferred them to the 1st banjoist. Sounds OK on this end but if you want, you can make up your own. I'm sure I'll come up with some kind of messy intro...
In the TAB, m34 contains a quick set of 1/32 notes...this is a grace note ornament that I had to 'fake in' to get it to output properly to the MIDI...and to print out without screwing up the TAB software's sense of time (since it doesn't recognize such things as triplet grace notes). Pay no attention to it, go look at the dots to get the proper feel for it.
In m55, 59 and 65 I cannot figure out how to get the bass note to ring its full value...I haven't actually played this with a banjo in my lap, so maybe there is an obvious method to get it right and proper. Let me know if you get it figured out.
The 2nd banjo part is a hoot...and almost stands by itself. If anyone wants the MIDI (to hear the tune with both parts going, albeit in a tinny/crappy way), let me know and I'll post it.
Yes, the dots are dark. I took the pictures quickly and I still haven't taken the time to learn how to 'white balance' properly.
So, here ya go. Let me know if there are problems, errors, etc. Have fun!
A Mexican Ride all.pdf