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studioDH sheet music and learning tracks are delivered digitally. Your purchase(s) can be accessed in your account on the site. The sheet music is available as a PDF, and digital tracks are in the mp3 format. Recordings (The Second Edition & Growing Girls) are in the CD format and will be mailed via USPS. Note: For an additional shipping and handling fee, hard copies of sheet music, and learning tracks in the CD format can be shipped by request. Contact Us for a quote.
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A: You need to purchase a copy for every physical and/or digital copy of the arrangement you will print/distribute (ex: the number of members in your group). These copies are licensed exclusively for the group and are not transferrable to another group. Additional copies can be purchased/licensed by contacting us with your request. We’ll send an invoice to you for those additional copies. Upon payment of that invoice, updated sheet music reflecting the total number of licensed copies to date will be issued to you. The minimum number of copies is the number of parts in the arrangement (ex: 4 copies for a 4-part arrangement).
A: How to purchase directly from this website:
1. Locate products by selecting shop links, category links or using the search field.
2. A list of results will display. Click on the title of the product and this will take you to the product page. (NOTE: Learning tracks are accessed on each product page. Each product page has a link included that will take you to the product page for purchasing learning tracks.
3. Once on the product page you can select the number of copies of the product you will require, from the drop down menu. Then, click the “add to cart” button.
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8. Follow the instructions by filling in the requested fields. Then, click “Proceed to PayPal”. studioDH uses PayPal as a payment processing center. As such, you do NOT need to have PayPal account in order to make a payment using your debit or credit card. Once you click the “Proceed to PayPal” button, there will be a tab link for making a payment via debit or credit card.
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A: studioDH offers a hands on, hassle free, no wait experience for the customer. Add items to your cart, check out, and get instant access to download links for your sheet music (PDFs) or learning tracks (mp3s). (Exception: CDs of Recordings are shipped). Simply create an Account (always free), using your email address and a password you create, and you’ll also be able to access your downloads anytime, on any device. As long as you have internet access, and have set up your password protected account, you’ll always have access to your music! It’s safe, it’s easy and super convenient!
Q: Why would Vocal Tracks produced by an outside Third-Party not always match the sheet music I purchase from studioDH?
A: studioDH only guarantees the vocal and instrumental tracks produced by studioDH. studioDH has no quality control over vocal learning products produced by outside Third Party track makers, as the track makers do not consult with David Harrington to verify what they recorded is what studioDH publishes. When studioDH suggests outside Third-Party vocal tracks for a DH arrangement, it is only a suggestion (not an endorsement) with no guarantee that those third party tracks will match the studioDH sheet music, exactly. You can ask a track maker if they will edit their tracks to match the sheet music you have purchased from studioDH, but that decision will be theirs and they may charge an additional fee for their time to make the edits.
You may enlist David Harrington’s services to listen to the vocal tracks you’ve purchased from a third-party, and compare them with the sheet music you’ve purchased from studioDH. You will then be provided with a written (PDF) comparative analysis report which you can then provide to the track maker, or keep for yourself. The amount that studioDH charges for this service is on a case-by-case basis. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about a quote.
A: When studioDH indicates that an arrangement is contestable, that means that the arrangement (chords and form) are acceptable for barbershop competition (ex: BHS, LABBS, HI, SAI, etc.) (note: some exceptions may apply for SAI contest). Please note, however, that the actual performance of any contestable arrangement will determine how well the “arrangement” scores. Arrangements listed as contestable barbershop are not necessarily endorsed as being suitable for every group. Questions: Contact Us
A: studioDH requires payment of the arranger’s fee, up front, for a 30-day preview. If, within the 30 day preview period, your group decides to not to use the arrangement, your money will be refunded, less a $7 processing fee. If, within the 30-day preview period, your group decides to move forward with the arrangement, you an invoice will be sent to you with the applicable per copy fees due. Contact Us to request a preview invoice. Include your group name and email address to which the PayPal invoice should be sent. Invoice can be paid with debit, credit or PayPal account. You do not need to have a PayPal account to pay the invoice.
A: Mechanical Licensing Fees are collected to pay royalties to the copyright owner for audio recordings of a Work. The current cost of Mechanical License Fees is 9.1 cents per copy and you must pay for a minimum of 25 copies. The minimum cost is $2.28 per song.
If the song is not in the public domain, then the copyright owner of the song is also the copyright owner of the arrangement. When a song is in the public domain then the copyright holder of the arrangement (in most cases the arranger) owns the copyright to that arrangement, and is entitled to royalties.
A: First, determine how many copies of EACH TRACK (most group members receive copies of multiple tracks) you will reproduce for your group members, then select the corresponding number of copies – rounding up.
A: The current cost of Mechanical License Fees is 9.1 cents per copy (up to 5min in length) and you must pay for a minimum of 25 copies. The minimum cost is $2.28 per song.
The Harry Fox Agency, which collects these fees for other copyright holders, charges a $16 processing fee per song licensed. This $16 fee is included in the studioDH listed price. Additionally, studioDH charges a 3% fee which simply covers the credit card charges we incur by processing these fees for you. studioDH makes no money filing these fees for you.
When the copyright holder is David Harrington, we only charge the standard Mechanical License Fee rate of 9.1 cents (min. 25 copies) with no other processing fees.
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A: We’ve started with 10 classic David Harrington barbershop arrangements! Popular songs masterfully re-worked to capture the heart of each quality chart. Available in both men’s voicing and women’s voicing, these quick to learn and easy to sing “mini” arrangements sit comfortably in the singer’s range. The PERFECT answer for a Singing Valentine musical make-over! And, you can use them year round! This is a game changer. It’s like…where have these been my whole barbershop life?!
A: An instrumental track is sometimes referred to as a MIDI track, and the parts play back with the sound of an instrument (piano, string or trombone, for example). These tracks are delivered in the mp3 format. Each set of Instrumental tracks includes 1 full mix, 4 part alone, 4 part predominant and 4 part missing (3 total tracks), or if the tracks indicate they are Part Left, this means that you will get a total of 5 tracks (1 full mix and 4 Part Left).
Part Left means that when the track is played through stereo speakers or headphones, the Part Alone plays through one speaker (left side), and the other three parts play through the other speaker (right side). So, if you adjust the speaker balance all the way to the left, you’ll get one part only. Then, if you adjust the speaker balance all the way to the the right side, you’ll get the other three parts only. This works well in a car, for example, and you can mix as much of each part as you’d like! Now, if you have stereo speakers for your computer, you should be able to adjust the speaker balance by using a knob on the speakers (depending on the kind of external speakers you have), or you can adjust this from within the computer sound control panel. If you have one internal speaker built into your computer, you’ll likely not have a left/right speaker balance option, and the Part Left tracks will sound like equal balance tracks. In this case, you’d need to use headphones to hear the part separation.
A: Part Left means that when the track is played through stereo speakers or headphones, the Part Alone plays through one speaker (left side), and the other three parts play through the other speaker (right side). So, if you adjust the speaker balance all the way to the left, you’ll get one part only. Then, if you adjust the speaker balance all the way to the the right side, you’ll get the other three parts only. This works well in a car, for example, and you can mix as much of each part as you’d like! Now, if you have stereo speakers for your computer, you should be able to adjust the speaker balance by using a knob on the speakers (depending on the kind of external speakers you have), or you can adjust this from within the computer sound control panel. If you have one internal speaker built into your computer, you’ll likely not have a left/right speaker balance option, and the Part Left tracks will sound like equal balance tracks. In this case, you’d need to use headphones to hear the part separation.
A: Try downloading and using a different internet browser. Suggestions (free downloads): Google Chrome (Mac or Windows) or Safari (Mac). These are advanced enough browsers to handle a wide variety of audio and video media on websites.