I wish Noteflight would...

implement fretboard guitar diagrams like real (Alfred, CherryLane, etc) publishers include. :-)

Implement fretboard guitar diagrams like real (Alfred, CherryLane, etc) publishers include. :-)

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      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This would make noteflight even more appealing to composers and players who work in everyday genres. Imagine tapping into the Zillions of guitar players- the most popular instrument world wide- Once introduced to noteflight there’s so much to learn in the ease of use of your great program. I want to be on the email announcement list when this goes on line! I love noteflight and though I read and can transcribe Music adding fretboard charts would greatly enhance its sharability to the folks I play with. Thanks!!

      • Danny commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Also allow these to be customizable. For example, Am7 can be played in many different inversions up and down the neck such as x02010, 5x555x, 575555, etc.

      • Tony Ventura commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        From an educational standpoint, the ability to hear chord progressions that were just discussed on the Web page is tremendous. However, from a guitarist's perspective, I would like to have the ability to incorporate Chord Diagrams.

        Thank you for your consideration in incorporating this feature.

        Tony Ventura

        Using Noteflight
        http://www.tonyventura.com/etude-concept/etude-analysis/

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