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Old 08-19-2019, 11:33 AM   #294
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Originally Posted by brainwreck
It makes sense to use 7 letters for diatonic based music.
No it doesn't. It does only if you play the 'A minor / C major' natural scales (and modes off of them). Any other tonality or transposition would require "the unnamed" notes.

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Originally Posted by brainwreck
To be clear to others about what we are talking about here, a link to the Plain Notation System: http://musicnotation.org/wiki/plain-notation-system/
This is slightly old. Thanks for reminding me to update it.

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Originally Posted by brainwreck
How for example do you differentiate between these two chord shapes in Plain Notation? (guitar tablature)

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3---3
Ok. I will assume you are using standard tuning for that guitar (E-A-D-G-B-E low to high) and also that those chords are whole note chords, so that would be Emin in standard and non-standard inversions respectively. So here you have them in Pashkuli:


tell me if you'd like them with other duration. Also note that the red line shows the "octave-range" (renova) separator; also signifies the root at the same time (bult-in).
Edit: Sorry, I forgot the range lines over and under the chord root note letter (L in this case), but you can always write them on.

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Originally Posted by brainwreck
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8emRWuhw1ws&t=4m34s
Edit:Changed video url (better example)
How does it look with min second or 11th? How can you possibly read 11th!?
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