Use Song Transpose to transpose and format song files written in plain text format. Transpose to any key and create HTML or RTF (Word) format files. Format options include font size, single or double columns, chord names in bold print, and extra line space between lines.
Transpose Section: Select one of the numbered radio buttons to transpose up or down a certain number of half-steps. There are 12 half-steps in an octave. Press "Transpose Song File" to convert the file to the new key. Press "Edit Text" to see the new version in the default text editor, such as Notepad. For the keys of E and A, you usually want sharps (#) rather than flats (b). In this case, select "Display Sharps" and then either "Transpose Song File" or "Convert Sharps/Flats". Format Section: This section allows you to create webpage format (HTML) or Word document format (RTF). Specify the font size, bold option, space between lines, indent, and 1 or 2 column format. Press one of the "Create" buttons, then the corresponding "View" button to see the results. Two column format might be useful to display on a wide laptop screen, allowing the whole song to fit. SetList Section: This section is used to create several song charts in one step. You might need 22 charts for an evening performance, for example. One step creates all of the HTML or RTF files and another also combines them into a single HTML or RTF file. Create a text file with one song file per line as the setlist file. For example, setlist.txt might contain...
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