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I will teach you how to make your own music sheet, you can even play what you have written!
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How To Make Your Own Music Sheet
Hi. In this video, I will teach you guys how to make your own music sheet.
So, first thing you will need is find you a notepad. Put down next to you. So, find a notepad. So, you can download it. Actually. you had buy it and you can research for it first. Put in it and make your own title of the song. I would do more harmonic voice because I did it for you a lot.
So, any are involved. Actually, I would provided it is my newest because my name is Mark Christian and mark in it. He is a sense of right there and this is like premiere to appoint it.
So, next is sure there when you come there. Yes, I know, I made do you want to address after here. I will do it just at piano.
So next, now here is your time seeking chorus align is 4/4 or this is as different and I am in Major E and let us scroll it down into Bb.
So finish, you will be able to come up with the sheet up here. And now, I will make it bigger so it will be easier to make. And I just need another window this so I will figure it to go up.
So, a note like this with and type in your notes. So, this is E-A-Bb and this is kind of into your note. And I will do a body so that is it. With our tones, cannot you reveal it in red case bringing all once in soft of music and to add more.
And we will make entries F and to be in there as it was. Because we will put it right in there. And I will add B one more to the chorus. A C and with that E-Bb-G-Eb and a G. And now for your left hand and plus G.
Now, I will make three major stand and capable of half arc that could hold itself. So now, I will play it. You will just press your green button, right here.
Now, I will push this to do on style and behind it I will set this to repeat. I will do it too, maybe you guys can see all you want. And then, you can also change your tempo. I will just leave it that now. So, I will start with major one so I kind of press it done.
15 one and one. Oh, I do not get use in that.
So, you guys will see how that works, you put all the notes there and then you can play music when you are going into the rack. And actually, you do not do a repeat because we are at the middle high. So, I would not repeat it here. So, Y on Y tempo 120 and start.
And now if you want to print this song, just go to File, Print, or you can save right here then you can save anywhere you want. I just make my own and I did not finish it. But I assure you guys that you can do this thing. I hope that you could do this then you guys can see. So, I make this video.
And so those are the green to your right garner with the notes so, you know where you are. For those of you who do not really play piano. So, that is why you will make your music sheet, so that you can remember it.
And so this is a useful tip for people who will make music and I hope you guys like it. See you and thanks for watching it.