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Re: chord names with lowered bass

From: Carl Sorensen
Subject: Re: chord names with lowered bass
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2011 11:21:50 -0600

On 6/24/11 9:41 AM, "Henning Hraban Ramm" <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello fellow pond-dwellers,
> I'd like to print chords like "c/e" as chord names with "E" as a small
> index to "C" or even "stacked" with a small E below a normal-sized C,
> without the slash.
> How can I achieve that? I didn't find anything like that in the docs
> nor LSR.

Unfortunately, as far as I know there is no currently available way for a
user to change the bass note of the chord.

> Perhaps I misunderstand the slash-notation (inversion): I use it to
> define the bass string to pick on the guitar.

That's the way I use it as well.  But I'm totally familiar with this being
C/E.  That's the only layout I've ever seen for this kind of notation.



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