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Hi Mark,

If I want to create a High, Mid and Low version of a song (eg using the original files from Multitracks.com) and wish to use the original files to keep the quality high then I would need to re-enter the chords for the new key.

Bearing in mind you already have the code built in to transpose the chords what do you think about allowing us to specify the song key (audio files key) and the key of the chords we have entered. These may differ. Then one could change the audio files and just change the key at the top of the tracks file to create the new version.

This feature might also benefit those who already have the words and chords for their song, but have them in a different key from the audio files they have.

Many thanks

Andy
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Power Music Essentials from Cambron Software.

A bonus for this is it can sometimes read chords from PDFs and retain the spacing.
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Hi, I went to download and use Chordsmith but found it not possible because of the conflicts between Java and Chrome. Do you have any other suggestions as I can't find anything that works without issues and it is so laborious doing it all longhand.

Thanks, Paul
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Hi Mark,

Thanks so much for you assistance. I will work that way from now on. If the file transpose could be added to the WSBs future roadmap that would be amazing.

Many thanks

Andy
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I downloaded and tried Chordsmith on my Mac.

As long as you just copy/paste (Cmd-C and Cmd-V) between Chordsmith and the WSB editor it works fine, with both text copied from the WSB editor and modified/transposed in Chordsmith, and a new chord chart just entered into Chordsmith directly, then copied into WSB.

Your idea about putting the key of the chords in the tracks file would work also. I can look at that for a next release.
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Hi Mark,

I have used this tool and it is really cool. In fact I used it for the Christmas Carols we did. However I am concerned about compatibility of end files with WSB when created in other software on a MAC. Do you think Chordsmith will produce compatible text CR/LF when used on the MAC.

Andy
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Get this:

http://www.statistics101.net/chordsmith/

You can copy/paste from it into the editor in Worshipsong. It works great. The only thing it does, rarely, is take a section header like [Ch] and make it [Dh] or something, but those are easy enough to catch.
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