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I play guitar lines on a mandolin. I like Jellynote because I read sheet music so I can just use the guitar sheet notation for mandolin but it would be great if you could also transpose the guitar line into mandolin tabs too or guitar chord guides into mandolin chord guides. Chordie does this automatically (transposing all guitar chords into mandolin chords with one click) so there must be an easy way to add this.15 votes
an Android app, or even a mobile website would be nice.
best regards,1 vote
How about putting ukulele chords on your site?8 votes
Leadsheets would be pretty cool. If you could have the chords and a piano playing them or a guitar or something it would allow people to solo over the top. You could also have people create their own sheets.4 votes
Well, i was thinking that jellynote can able user to upload many files by time or maybe make uploads by folder. I have many heavy metal files, but to upload is horrible.3 votes
Really interesting idea, we will work on it as soon as possible!
Bonjour quand allez vous adapter Jellynote sur Android...
De plus en version Web il plante sur ma tablette...?
Hello when will you adapt Jellynote on Android ...
Increasingly web version it crashes on my tablet? ...
thank you8 votes
On commence à attaquer l’appli Android!
C’est sur que l’expérience sera vraiment meilleur sur une application antive :)
On a déjà release une appli iPad si jamais tu en un ;)
Why is the guitar fretboard upside down.High strings should be up and low string down, like when you are playing guitar and looking the fretboard. Tab is ok.11 votes
Necesito un pentagrama con las primeras 6-8 notas musicales (♬♫♪) de cualquiera de estas tres canciones!!! "ayurvedico" o "cardio" de Miguel Bosé o "Atado a tu amor" de Chayanne porfavooor es urgente (partitura no acordes) Gracias1 vote
Allow changing note by note with the midi editor. All I can seem to do is change instrument and adjust volume. Would be nice to actually edit the midi roll when it comes in.1 vote
Galaxy note has a pretty good screen and the pen adds ability to write.
Is there a plan to have Android version ?
I do have the ipad version that is great by the way.4 votes
We currently working on a Android app, we hope that it will be release soon.
If you also have an iPad, we just launched our iPad App last month :)
See you soon,
Co-founder of Jellynote
Chordpro is a common file type for guitar.3 votes
We will take a look to this feature :)
We will see if it is “easy” to upload ChordPro Files!
So stay tuned on Jellynote
Self explanatory. I don't quite see the point of following bands except for this exact purpose. It would be nice to have that notification rather than having to look through dozens and dozens of bands every now and then trying to remember if what I'm seeing is new or not.4 votes
Right now, you can easily see were you have to hammer-on or pull-off when you're following the guitar tabs. However, as a classical guitarist I mainly read the sheet music and it's quite annoying if I have to refer to the tabs when I'm playing a song so I can see where all these extra things are. Similarly, it would be really useful if it is shown above the notes when triplets are to be played, so as not to mess up a rythm when playing.
Thank you for consideration.4 votes
You misunderstood my request. so I'm stating it more clearly: I want a way to convert tabs to a more readable format. See details below.
You misunderstood my request. I understand the site doesn't provide the sheet music. What I'm looking for is a way for you to convert those old tabs with the sharps or flats over every note instead of using a key signature (ie, most of the tabs currently on this site) so that they're written out like proper sheet music. Again, not to manually change all of the tabs, and not to add the proper sheets yourself, but to make some kind of code so I can click a button that will show me the sheet music the way it should be read (with the key signature at the beginning and notation on the accidentals), rather than sharps and flats over each note, which again makes it nearly impossible to read because it's not immediately clear where the accidentals are.
I'm not a code guy so I can't explain it in technical terms, but basically I'm looking for something that I can click to say "This song is in D" and I'll see 2 sharps in front of the treble clef and the sharps in front of the F and Cs will disappear, while any Fs and Cs without sharps will now have accidental symbols. Does that make sense, and is it possible? A reply would be appreciated.
You misunderstood my request. I understand the site doesn't provide the sheet music. What I'm looking for is a way for you to convert those old tabs with the sharps or flats over every note instead of using a key signature (ie, most of the tabs currently on this site) so that they're written out like proper sheet music. Again, not to manually change all of the tabs, and not to add the proper sheets yourself, but to make some kind of code so I can click a button that will show me the sheet music the way it should…8 votes
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