For singers: Learn vocal melodies note for note, develop pitch accuracy, transpose into any key to suit your own voice. Easily play chord progressions to practice with.
For songwriters: Sketch chord progressions in any key, experiment with the major and minor scales to compose vocal melodies. Learn an easy way of notating your songs.
Lyric sheets with ‘scale-numbers’ above each syllable, and with ‘Nashville chord numbers’ underneath.
Use these with the app, for guitar, piano, singing or any other instrument.
This is a collection of songs transcribed using the Nashville number system.
Scale Number Music Theory
To use scale-number tabs or the nashville number system you need to be able to ‘play in a key’ – which just means knowing the major or minor scale.
All of the necessary theory is explained in the app, but below are some sheets which might be useful if you already play an instrument.
How to read scale-number tabs and chord charts.
These are the two-handed chord voicings used in the app for the major and minor keys.
The above two images show all the chords in all keys.
Here’s a collection of guitar based theory sheets showing how to play melodies in the major and minor key.
A set of CAGED based diagrams showing how to get the chords from the major and minor keys.
These diagrams show how to play in any major or minor key on the bass guitar.
These sheets show two possible scale patterns for major and minor keys on the violin.
These sheets show two possible scale patterns for major and minor keys on the cello.