You can play the song, you know the melody but it just doesn't sound
right when you sing. With the Interactive Transposition Wheel
you can quickly and easily change the key of any song to match your
voice. (This part is my work - Editor.)
This does the same job as my transposition wheel but goes about the
job in a different way. You can paste in your song file click a few
buttons and presto! You get your song back completely updated and ready
to print out in the new key. (Not part of the Gospel
Really Big ASCII Chord Chart
How do you play that chord? Find most of the chords you need on the
Really Big ASCII Chord Chart. Remember it is big so if
you've got a slow connection wait for it to load completely before trying
to print it.
An excellent way to see a visual representation of the chord you are
looking for. (Not part of the Gospel Music Archive.)
Introduction to Music
Theory Part One
The purpose of this lesson is to explain the basic elements of "practical"
music theory so that applications such as chord formation, soloing and
transcribing skills can be developed.
Introduction to Music
Theory Part Two
This part covers intervals and the location of notes.
Using a Capo
This lesson provides details of the uses of capos. It is not essential
to understand music theory to use a capo, although a basic knowledge
of theory is required for the "advanced" part of the lesson.
Ever seen a song file with odd-looking numbers instead of chords? Those
numbers were probably Nashville numbers. This lesson will help you decode
the mysterious numbers and make them into chords.
No, its got nothing to do with avoiding getting your boots covered with
dung when you're out in the field, it's a fairly extensive course in
Western music theory. This course is 22 pages long and it's presented
in Adobe Acrobat 3 format. To view it online you need an Acrobat viewer
plug-in for your browser (available from Adobe).
To view it on your local computer you need the Acrobat Reader (also
available from Adobe).
Music Theory Net
For those of you who want to delve deeper into music theory this is
an excellent resource. It is well presented and interesting, essential
reading if you want to study music but it might be a bit heavy going
if you just want to play your guitar and have fun. Still it's excellent
stuff and I could do to spend a bit of time studying there.
Even More stuff to help you
Check out my links page for links to guitar software,
tablature sites, CD stores and other
useful resources. All the links are handpicked, I'm not paid to direct
you to any of them and it won't improve my ranking in any search engines.