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Sanjay Poyzer
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Co-founder, CauseHub.io
Co-founder, CauseHub.io

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So I use YouTube a lot when practicing guitar.There's a tonne of great content on there for learning songs, licks, etc.
The problem, though, is that I have to juggle playing guitar and watching the video. I'm always playing catch up. I have to stop, rewind, and repeat chunks of the video, which is a nightmare when YouTube decides it needs to buffer those last ten seconds again.
So I've created a web app that's supposed to make things easier to follow. It breaks things down into smaller steps, which you can also loop. Each step has titles and extra information, which is admittedly pretty thin at the moment, but as it is it lets you go back to any step in the video for any particular part you want to go over again.
To get to the point, here's an example with a lovely little acoustic arrangement of Hallelujah.
As you can see it just breaks it up into step-by-step chunks, which saves you constantly rewinding the video, and whatever other annoyances there are that come with it. The idea is that tutorials, and just about anything in video form can be broken up into sections easily.
So I'd love some feedback, and if it's something you'd use then definitely sign up with the yellow button at the top, so you can submit your own videos to help with the community on there! :)

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This app helps you learn songs in YouTube videos by looping them, check it out - http://www.stepup.io/videos/15745f195b58c783/

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This site helps you learn songs in YouTube videos by looping them, check it out - http://www.stepup.io/videos/15745f195b58c783/

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This site helps you learn songs in YouTube videos by looping them, check it out - http://www.stepup.io/videos/15745f195b58c783/

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This site helps you learn songs in YouTube videos by looping them, check it out - http://www.stepup.io/videos/15745f195b58c783/

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Well, that's one way to prove that paper isn't dead...
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The CSS3 magic & typographic artwork on the Atoms For Peace website might just excite me more than the album. http://atomsforpeace.info/amok/
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#ifihadglass I would design the next generation of accessibility driven apps, making the world a level playing field for everybody. Just because somebody finds one thing difficult, doesn't mean technology can't help them show creative talent in other areas.
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