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grant330sims Group Title

Can someone tell me how to transpose "White Fences" by Needtobreathe into the key of D flat?

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  1. mattfeury Group Title
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    What key is it in naturally (without transposition)?

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  2. Dyiliq Group Title
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    Great question!

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  3. mmoul18 Group Title
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    It is in the key of C. Do you want to bring it up or down?

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  4. Dyiliq Group Title
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    @mmoul18 gets a big smile from @Dyiliq Let's say he wants to bring it down to A minor....

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  5. mmoul18 Group Title
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    start by writing the key signature for a minor or whatever it is and then count down to what note you want to start it on. for example starts in d flat bring it down 4 notes. :) hope this helps

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  6. Dyiliq Group Title
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    Hearing that response makes me think the question is incomplete. Because I think this person is asking how to transpose on a certain instrument. Not on paper. Transposing a piece of sheet music is simple, and rather self explanatory, don't you think?

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  7. mmoul18 Group Title
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    hmm yes true. I does also depend on what instrument it is. What instrument is it on @grant330sims?

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  8. grant330sims Group Title
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    It's on the guitar! lol Sorry about the long wait!

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  9. BriannaD Group Title
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    ha no

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  10. grant330sims Group Title
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    alright, thanx brah! o.0 lol

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  11. mmoul18 Group Title
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    ok you wanting to transpose it up or down?

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  12. lgbasallote Group Title
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    hmm you can use a capo for up...for down i think the only way is to bring down your tuning pegs :)

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  13. mmoul18 Group Title
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    yeah good job @lgbasallote! :)

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  14. lgbasallote Group Title
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    fanks. you to @mmoul18 :D

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  15. lgbasallote Group Title
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    too*

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  16. Dyiliq Group Title
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    I agree with @mmoul18 ... Such is the way of the guitar :)

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  17. mmoul18 Group Title
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    haha yes :)

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