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Who can best transpose a pattern into sheet music?

Asked by BronxLens (1539points) June 27th, 2008

I saw a random pattern on an unchanging flat surface in which I can discern something akin to notes in a music sheet. I photographed it; now, what is the best way to go about transcribing this into music notation? If it helps, I’m in NYC.

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arnbev959's avatar

can you link the picture?

Wine3213's avatar

Yeah. Link the pic, and we’ll see what we can do.

eambos's avatar

If you are in NYC then find a juliard student. That school is amazingly hard to be aceepted into, and almost any student should be able to easily transpose music for you.

BronxLens's avatar

Here they are.
If you take a shot at it, send me/post a link. Good luck!

eambos's avatar

I can transpose it.

Just a warning in advance, it will be a very ugly song.

eambos's avatar

Here it is!

It’s been a while since I’ve written music so it is not perfect. It is certainly readable by the average person who can read music.

If I had a program like Sibelius I’d be able to nicely make it into real sheet music.

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