1650 Psalter app

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  1. Blueridge Believer

    Blueridge Believer Puritan Board Professor

  2. C. Matthew McMahon

    C. Matthew McMahon Christian Preacher

    That's great!
  3. Ed Walsh

    Ed Walsh Puritan Board Junior

  4. Jake

    Jake Puritan Board Junior

  5. Blueridge Believer

    Blueridge Believer Puritan Board Professor

    Thanks Jake. Didn't know he was on here. the app has been such a blessing to me. I use it everyday.
  6. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    I am having trouble downloading it. I keep getting error messages. Have others had this problem and have worked around it?
  7. kodos

    kodos Puritan Board Junior

    Stephen - the link that was posted was for Android. If you have an iOS device you will have to download it from the Apple App Store instead. Just search for 1650 Psalter and it should come right up. If you follow the link that Jake posted it will have links to the App Store.
  8. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    Thank you. I am a little ignorant of the latest in technology :) I have a HP Laptop. I see a similar link in i tunes. I assume this will work on my laptop? https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/1650-split-leaf-psalter/id1198280376?mt=8

    Any help for us novices is appreciated.
  9. Ask Mr. Religion

    Ask Mr. Religion Flatly Unflappable

    As the content at the link states:
    Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

    So it will not work for a Windows operating system.

    Try this:
  10. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    I have the 1650 Scottish Psalter. If anyone knows of Psalter audio tunes that I can download onto my laptop I would be greatful for an Internet link.
  11. Afterthought

    Afterthought Puritan Board Senior

    There are a number of old threads that have posts with links to downloads of psalm tunes from the 1650, e.g.,:

    You know, for posterity's sake, I think I'll just copy and paste every resource I know right here so as to make this question easier to answer next time it comes up (Some of these resources are more useful than others; and there is definitely some overlap).

    North Uist and Grimsay FCC congregation

    The Resources Tab of the Psalm Singers website

    Scottish Psalter Website

    Aberdeen FCC congregation

    CCRPC congregation of the RPCGA

    Greenville, South Carolina FCC Congregation

    Columbia, MO FCC congregation

    Pilgrim Covenant Reformed Church in Singapore

    FPs in Vancouver

    Westminster Standard

    Project Psalms

    Presbyterian Reformed Church Free CD Recordings

    The Psalms Sung (plenty of other stuff for the 1650 can be found on Soundcloud too; and same goes for Youtube)

    CG Music

    Puritan Evangelical Church (More Comprehensive Psalter recordings)

    The Psalm Singers website

    Worthy to be Praised CDs (not free)

    RPCI CDs (not free; and out of stock right now)
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  12. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    Thank you Raymond. That was a big help. From a NZ born Scot who loves the Psalter :)
  13. Jeri Tanner

    Jeri Tanner Moderator Staff Member

    Unless I'm missing something, can't the app be used from iTunes on a desktop?
  14. johnny

    johnny Puritan Board Sophomore

    Just having a quick play with the app.

    I was hoping for an ability to isolate the parts (and-or) control the volumes which would be even better. There are barbershop examples of tag singing apps which would work well if used as templates for psalms, that is, if the goal is to learn 4 part harmony singing. (Five part as the tenor and soprano are doubled on an octave)

    Also, some of the midi file tunes are using piano and others orchestra possibly string quartet.
    Better to aim for an agreed fixed consistency as this also alters the volumes.

    All in all a great app and much needed and I'm sure the updates will continue to improve on it.
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