philwield
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Join date: Feb 2013
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#1
If I transpose the key from C down one step it appears as A#, can I change that to appear as Bb
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#2
Quote by philwield
If I transpose the key from C down one step it appears as A#, can I change that to appear as Bb

Yes
Mathedes
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#5
Change the accidentals by using the key signature of Bb.

EDIT: Please tell me you know it's in minor or major.
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cdgraves
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#6
guys I think this is a software setting question... what software are you using?
Last edited by cdgraves at Feb 14, 2013,
Angusman60
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#7
If you are using Finale, use the key signature tool to impose a new key on the first measure of your transposition. Obviously, put Bb. Then, the program should enharmonically respell the notes to correspond to the new key.
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acosta11
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#9
Change the accidentals by using the key signature of Bb.