Basic Transposition Help
Paste or type your song into the text area.
Select a root key and a new key for the song.
Then click the Transpose button and your song will be returned transposed for you.
For best results:
- Each chord must be separated by at least one space from surrounding chords
- Chords must be on separate lines from lyrics. Combined lines WILL NOT transpose.
- Indicate sharps like this: A#
- Indicate flats like this: Ab
- Format chords like this: A, Am, A7, Adim, Am7, Amaj7, Asus
- You can use almost any chord structure you wish as long as the first two characters are acceptable.
- The first letter MUST be A through G.
- The second letter must be one of these: b, #, m, d, 7, s or /.
- Therefore, Csus2 is acceptable, but C(with D) is not.
- Indicate bass instrument notes like this: Abmin/E (chord of A flat minor, bass note of E)
- Chord names (the first letter) must be uppercase, not lowercase.
- Choosing "transpose from" and "transpose to" keys:
- You can choose to either select your own starting key, or allow the routine to make an educated guess for you.
- You can select either a key to transpose to, or a number of half steps to transpose.
- If you select a number of half-steps, the starting key is ignored.
You can get more advanced help here.
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