Ted greene-style blocks

• Dec 15, 2011 - 17:45

already posted as a request
http://musescore.org/en/node/13945
but maybe here this topic wil get more exposure and discussion...

I'd like very much the possibility to add the "Ted Greene blocks" to show fingering of chords and/or fingering sequences.
I use them in Sibelius, and it's a feature I (and probably all guitarist) find very useful...

what do you think?


Comments

It will be in next major version (2.0). I made a quick video to demonstrate it at : http://www.screenr.com/Pjp
It's named Fretboard diagrams. You can try a nightly build of the the next major version. See : [[nodetitle:Comparison of stable, prerelease, and nightly builds]]

In reply to by Nicolas

sounds great! :-)
But from your screencast it's not clear whether multiple dots are permitted on the same string, and if multiple symbols are permitted too...
Looking for example to a Ted Greene arrangement:
http://www.tedgreene.com/images/lessons/tunes/AllTheThingsYouAre_advanc…

you can see the 3rd grid (Bbm9 chord) , with full dots, an 'X', and white squares. Those different symbols indicate the sequence in time for playing the notes at that point of the tune...
And if you notice, in some other grid there is more than a symbol on the same string...
Will it be possible with musescore too?

In the meantime I'll try to run a nightly build...
thank you

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