you do the all transposition you could ever need to do with only one
of these methods?
input must be in lowercase (for easier typing).
"G#" is written "gs" and a "Bb" is written "bb".
must be a space separating each note.
program creates output with either sharps or flats, not both!
Therefore, it is necessary to choose if you want the output with
sharps or flats. When appropriate, a recommended setting is selected
for you when you change other settings.
you want to transpose notes several different ways, simply select
your new settings and hit the "transpose" button again. Your input
is never deleted unless you delete if yourself. However, if you
leave this page, your input will probably be lost.
must enter all sharps/flats in, even the ones in the key signature.
is the list of valid input notes: gs ab a as bb b c cs db d ds
eb e f fs gb g
that notes (no pun intended) such as B#, Cb, E# and Fb are not
considered to be valid input.
invalid notes are inputted, they will result in an output of "undefined".
However, all valid notes will still be transposed.
make a comment in your input that will also appear on your output,
place a / before it. Comments cannot have a space in them. If
you want a space in it, you must use an underscore '_' or use
two comments. This is very useful if you put measure numbers in
the input to make your output more readable. Example: if you type
"a as d /measure12 d e" your output might look something like
this: d eb g /measure12 g a. As described above, you can also
make multiple comments in a row "/measure /12" or use symbols
in your comments "/measure_12".
you don't like typing into the text boxes, feel free to paste
text from a text editor into the input box. You can also copy
and paste the output into a text editor or word processor to print
out your results.
Yes, but having different methods of transposition are very helpful
for most people.
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