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    Jan 2012

    Default modulation, key change

    Any way to indicate a change of key, such as a modulation from one flat to two flats? Or is a player simply to infer a new tonal center from the chords? Thanks in advance.

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    iReal b doesn't have a special notation for key changes but you can use the staff text line. For example, "/4/" above a chord could mean that the tonal center of a tune is going up a fourth. This is what I find simplest and easiest to read:

    half-step /h/ \h\
    one step /1/ \1\
    minor 3rd /m/ \m\
    third /3/ \3\
    fourth /4/ \4\
    tritone /T/ \T\
    fifth /5/ \5\

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