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qwerty access

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 66.122.165.195] on January 08, 2008 12:55 AM
The asd row could represent the 13 keys of the octive range with the qwe row as sharp and the zxc row as flat. The F keys could be major chords or a regular charature key could be used with the shift turning it into a major chord. Using the number keys they could be use to adjust the notes in the root chord to minor, augmented, diminished, fourths etc. and the caps key would add notes to the chord within or beyond the octive.

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