Do you need to transpose your music with ease? Many of you commented on my other amazing device that makes transposing many easy: The Handy Dandy Transposition chart. I thought I would see if I could beat it!
Maybe you’re a singer who needs to lower key of a song that’s straining your voice. Maybe you’re the pianist who is accompanying that singer who is straining your ears. Maybe you are a music teacher who needs to transpose some music for different instruments.
Transposing music made easy.
Transposing on sight is super hard to do and trying to do it in your head may lead to a lot of unnecessary errors and frustration. Well, do I ever having something for you! Introducing….
An amazing device
The Transposenator 3000TM – an invention that will have you transposing even the most difficult music with ease.
It took me many attempts to make this extraordinary device.
This extraordinary hi-tech device uses advanced cypher techniology which is delivered via a pigment solution (ink) to chemically manufactured cellulose fibers (paper) and is guaranteed to make transposing any music super duper easy.
How to use the Transposenator 3000TM
1. Download The Transposenator 3000
2. Print the Transposenator 3000TM.
3. Cut out the Transposenator 3000TM.
4. With the print facing in the same direction, place the smaller circle inside the larger circle. 5. Line up the dots and fasten together with a doohickey.
When you got to tranpose, the original key will be on the outside circle and the new key will be on the inside circle. To tranpose, simply line up the original key on the outside with the new key on the inside.
If the song is originally in the key of D and you want to tranpose it to Bb, simply line up the D on the outside wheel to the Bb on the inside wheel. Then all you have to do is swap out the notes from the outside cirlce to the ones on the inside. Simple!
To transpose intervallically using the Transposenator 3000TM, just turn the wheel. Every turn to the left make the key change by a half step higher. Every turn to the right makes the key change by a half step lower.
It took me many attempts to make this extraordinary device and there was a lot of trial and error. I think you’ll agree that music will never look the same way again.