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Tool to convert/read a music sheet into notes. A musical sheet is a kind of notation for music notes in order to transcribe a music with universal symbols on a staff.

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Music Staff Notation

Read a Music Sheet in notes



Write notes (DO,RE,MI) on a Music Sheet





See also: Music Notes

Write notes (A,B,C) on a Music Sheet





See also: Music Notes

Write notes (1,2,3) on a Music Sheet





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What is a music sheet? (Definition)

A musical sheet is a transcription describing the music on a staff with notes (and other signs).

How to read music notes?

The reading is based on solfeggio. dCode can convert a staff into notes by translating the most common 14 notes and their variation sharp # and flat b.

Example:

DOCREDMIEFAFSOLGLAASIB

dCode displays partitions with a treble key (usual for a piano) or a bass key.

Why noting a1 and a2?

In order to transcribe the two level of notes, the first level can be suffixed by 1 and the second by 2 (1 is the lowest note).

Why flat and sharp are not on the partition?

dCode has taken the liberty to simplify the writing of sharps and bemols, they are normally on the same level as their following note on the stave.

The type of note (eighth note, quarter note, half note) is not taken into account in the name of the note.

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