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Welcome to the Jazz Exchange Hub! We're thrilled to have you as a part of our vibrant and passionate jazz community. Here, you can contribute your unique insights, knowledge, and creativity by submitting high-quality tutorials and transcriptions.

Your contributions play an essential role in enriching our community's learning experience and fostering a supportive environment for jazz enthusiasts of all levels.

To submit your tutorial or transcription, please follow these guidelines:

  1. Make sure your content is original, well-researched, and accurately represents the jazz piece or concept you're discussing.
  2. For tutorials, provide clear, step-by-step instructions with helpful tips and examples. Include images or video links where appropriate.
  3. For transcriptions, ensure that your sheet music is accurate, well-formatted, and easy to read. You may also include a brief explanation of the piece's context or any challenges it may present to performers.
  4. Double-check your content for clarity, grammar, and spelling to ensure a professional presentation.
  5. Be respectful and considerate of other users' opinions and viewpoints. Encourage constructive feedback and open dialogue.

Once you've prepared your submission, simply fill out the form below, and our team will review it. If your content meets our quality standards, we'll publish it on our site, and you'll earn points that contribute to your Jazz Contributor role.​

Thank you for sharing your passion for jazz with our community! We look forward to seeing your contributions and witnessing your growth as a jazz musician and educator.

1. Compose your post's title and content as usual.

2. To submit a transcription, create a MusicXML, MEI, ABC, or PAE (RISM notation) file. MusicXML is a standard format for exchanging digital sheet music.

3. For displaying sheet music within your post, use the [pn_msv] shortcode and wrap your music code inline between the shortcode. For example:


This will display the sheet music as shown in this example image:

4. The plugin automatically resizes the score to fit the available content and supports multiple pages. When played, the pages turn automatically. You can also customize the music font and choose from various instruments for playback.

5. For more detailed instructions and examples, please visit the Music Sheet Viewer plugin documentation: http://www.partitionnumerique.com/music-sheet-viewer-wordpress-plugin/#Installation

6. After submitting your post, a moderator will review it, add the sheet music notation (if required), and publish the post.

7. If you have any questions or need help, feel free to reach out to our team.

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