Change Pitch

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  • Norm

    I think you would be better of using the Capo feature instead of transposing chords... if as an example, Landslide by Fleetwood Mac is written in the Key of Bb.... chords Bb, Cm, Em and a couple of F's and Gm thrown....

    If you want to raise the pitch, changing the chord shapes,  which  i thing you are trying to do, pet still be able to play along with the song, simply place the capo on the 3rd fret and will have changed the chord shapes to C-Am-G-D etc without changing the Key of the song and you will be in tune with the video but with easier chord shapes.

    Hope that helps 

     

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  • Linda Clifford

    Thanks for the help, Norm. I'm a beginner Ukulele player. Capo works up to about the third fret, then it starts to sound junky.

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  • Norm

    I see your point...Ukes can be a bit different

     

     

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  • Joseph

    I agree - changing pitch is an ESSENTIAL tool - when you don't need to change keys, or a 1/2 step - but just need to change the song a few Semi-tones.

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  • Dan Grammer

    Get the google chrome extension "transpose" then you can match the audio to the chords you chose in the key you like.

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