Where to find the tabs, sheet music, and other important tools in the lesson environment.
The song lesson environment on Worship Artistry is filled with tools to help you learn.
The song lesson environment is where you'll find tabs, sheet music, chords, and more. Here’s a quick guide for the most visible features in the song lesson environment.
If you’re on a browser, the slider that reads “Chart.” Sliding it will reveal the song’s chord chart, including lyrics and chord letter names.
If you’re viewing a song lesson in our designated mobile app, select the lined page icon to show the chord letters and lyrics.
Tabs and Sheet Music
On a browser, view guitar tabs, bass tabs, keyboard sheet music, and drums notation from the staffed note icon.
On the mobile app, look for the staffed note icon to show guitar tabs, bass tabs, keyboard sheet music, and drums notation.
Change the key of the chord chart by selecting the orange “Transposable” at the top, then your desired key.
Selecting “Numbers” on the chord chart will show you the Nashville Numbers system.
To transpose the guitar and bass tabs and keyboard sheet music, select the gray drop-down menu next to “Transpose” and choose your key.
Keep in mind that if your song has an open E string on the bass or other low notes, that song section won’t transpose down any further.
Want to make that song lesson easier to find? Add it to your “Favorites” folder by selecting the banner with the plus. Selecting it again will remove it from your Favorites. You can access your Favorites folder in the :// menu.
In the app, look for the white outlined heart. When you select it to add it to your Favorites, it will change to orange.
Look for the list with a plus icon to add a song to a setlist. From there, you’ll get to choose what list or start a new list, as well as indicate the key in which you’ll play it.
In the app, select the page with a plus to add a song to the last setlist you had selected.
While this certainly isn’t the most exhaustive list of features that Worship Artistry has to offer, it should familiarize you with the basics of the lesson environment.
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