hola alberto, un saludo;

una cosa al respecto de la digitación que comentas, es que hay una digitación propia del jazz y otra de clásica? en qué se diferencian?
he leído que hay una digitación llamada práctica, que es algo así como 123, 12345 pero pasando el dedo pulgar por encima del tercero, lo he probado y me resulta bastante incómodo, a no ser que estemos tocando desde alguna negra; ...
me podrías aclarar bien estos conceptos?  _gracias!

_pd. otra cuestión, de los nuevos archivos que has colgado, sobre escalas y acordes en general y sobre acordes de jazz, en formato .mus, logro descargar el primero, pero el de acordes de jazz -así como otros archivos que guardas en list files- no lo puedo hacer, el servidor de lpj me da un mensaje de que esos archivos no se encuentran ahí;
es posible que se pierdan...?   gracias por tu aclaración

a propósito, yo uso mac, y no es problema para mí el descargar archivos .mus , simplemente dejo que se abra completamente la página del enlace del archivo, y entonces hago guardar como... , en el menú archivo, así se descargan perfectamente;
otra cosa es que el servidor diga que ese archivo no se encuentra ahí ...
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