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#1 Garrett Wang

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Posted 23 July 2017 - 22:49

NOTES OF FRETS 0-24 WITH OCTAVE NUMBER [ SHARPS ]

0   : E2   A2    D3    G3    B3   E4

1   : F2   A#2   D#3   G#3   C4   F4

2   : F#2  B2    E3    A3    C#4  F#4

3   : G2   C3    F3    A#3   D4   G4

4   : G#2  C#3   F#3   B3    D#4  G#4

5   : A2   D3    G3    C4    E4   A4

6   : A#2  D#3   G#3   C#4   F4   A#4

7   : B2   E3    A3    D4    F#4  B4

8   : C3   F3    A#3   D#4   G4   C5

9   : C#3  F#3   B3    E4    G#4  C#5

10  : D3   G3    C4    F4    A4   D5

11  : D#3  G#3   C#4   F#4   A#4  D#5

12  : E3   A3    D4    G4    B4   E5

13  : F3   A#3   D#4   G#4   C5   F5

14  : F#3  B3    E4    A4    C#5  F#5

15  : G3   C4    F4    A#4   D5   G5

16  : G#3  C#4   F#4   B4    D#5  G#5

17  : A3   D4    G4    C5    E5   A5

18  : A#3  D#4   G#4   C#5   F5   A#5

19  : B3   E4    A4    D5    F#5  B5

20  : C4   F4    A#4   D#5   G5   C6

21  : C#4  F#4   B4    E5    G#5  C#6

22  : D4   G4    C5    F5    A5   D6

23  : D#4  G#4   C#5   F#5   A#5  D#6

24  : E4   A4    D5    G5    B5   E6


NOTES OF FRETS 0-24 WITH OCTAVE NUMBER [ FLATS ]

0   : E2   A2    D3    G3    B3   E4

1   : F2   Bb2   Eb3   Ab3   C4   F4

2   : Gb2  B2    E3    A3    Db4  Gb4

3   : G2   C3    F3    Bb3   D4   G4

4   : Ab2  Db3   Gb3   B3    Eb4  Ab4

5   : A2   D3    G3    C4    E4   A4

6   : Bb2  Eb3   Ab3   Db4   F4   Bb4

7   : B2   E3    A3    D4    Gb4  B4

8   : C3   F3    Bb3   Eb4   G4   C5

9   : Db3  Gb3   B3    E4    Ab4  Db5

10  : D3   G3    C4    F4    A4   D5

11  : Eb3  Ab3   Db4   Gb4   Bb4  Eb5

12  : E3   A3    D4    G4    B4   E5

13  : F3   Bb3   Eb4   Ab4   C5   F5

14  : Gb3  B3    E4    A4    Db5  Gb5

15  : G3   C4    F4    Bb4   D5   G5

16  : Ab3  Db4   Gb4   B4    Eb5  Ab5

17  : A3   D4    G4    C5    E5   A5

18  : Bb3  Eb4   Ab4   Db5   F5   Bb5

19  : B3   E4    A4    D5    Gb5  B5

20  : C4   F4    Bb4   Eb5   G5   C6

21  : Db4  Gb4   B4    E5    Ab5  Db6

22  : D4   G4    C5    F5    A5   D6

23  : Eb4  Ab4   Db5   Gb5   Bb5  Eb6

24  : E4   A4    D5    G5    B5   E6


Edited by Garrett Wang, 23 July 2017 - 22:50.


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Posted 23 July 2017 - 23:49

Helpful reference. Thank you.

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 01:52

No worries



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Posted 25 July 2017 - 01:29

Interesting info. Thanks!

Another simple option, take a minor 11th chord and keep transposing by one, to get the tuning pattern to the fret number of choice. Use a MOD function to cycle the values once 12 is reached.

This is still easy, but for chord shapes and playable ranges, that is when it gets a little tricky. BiAB has a very nice Chord Melody visualizer that really gives the optimised visuals for chord inversions especially for jazz styles. The UI sucks but the logic programming is good though. These guys have invested a lot of years behind this, not a short term dev project.

Another thing to consider in code is alternate guitar tunings. DADGAD and DADGBE are common in Celtic and country.
Scale shapes and scale positions depending on the fret number and string are another thing to consider if we truly implement guitars as well.

Edited by encryptedmind, 25 July 2017 - 01:36.

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Posted 25 July 2017 - 03:05

I'll put some standard tuning guitar chords to renoise chords charts up once I work through them.

I might do a capo on the fifth fret type chart (ADGCEA).

I'm not going to do slide guitar tunings and stuff, just because I dont play slide (or lapsteel, whatever you want call it)...

all the chords and scales are completely different.


Edited by Garrett Wang, 25 July 2017 - 03:25.