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Andrew London

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Music Songbooks and KENP
Posted: Dec 28, 2017 5:02 PM
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Hello. I have a few music songbooks with audio included.
It is Piano sheet music with the audio (.mp3) included on the first page of each song.

Anyway, these pages are a little more in depth than a single page of a written book (I am not saying they are better by any means. Just one page of written sheet music shouldn't equal one page of written words)

I would hope someone at Amazon will re-evaluate interactive sheet music and have it equal maybe 5 - 10 pages of KENP per page.
Ralph E Vaughan

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Re: Music Songbooks and KENP
Posted: Dec 28, 2017 8:12 PM   in response to: Andrew London in response to: Andrew London
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No one from Amazon monitors the forum. If you want to ask a question or make a suggestion, use the Contact Us button at the bottom of the page. But you should not hold forth much hope. The whole purpose of Kindle Edition Normalized Pages is to eliminate the very kind of adaptive page counting you're suggesting. It eliminates (at least in theory) attempts to extend the number of pages by various means, including spacing, point size and blank pages in the midst of the book. You should get an auto-response quickly, then a more detailed answer (be specific and clear in your question) within a day or two...in theory.
cdalebrittain

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Re: Music Songbooks and KENP
Posted: Dec 28, 2017 8:12 PM   in response to: Andrew London in response to: Andrew London
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I'm afraid Amazon makes the rules, and we're stuck with them. Many Kindle devices won't even play music.
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