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Chord Symbols

Chord Symbols

by Tijs Krammer
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Complete family of 2 fonts: $34.00
Chord Symbols Font Family was designed by Tijs Krammer and published by Tijs Krammer. Chord Symbols contains 2 styles and family package options.

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About Chord Symbols Font Family

Chord Symbols is a font for musicians. With this font, you can quickly write beautiful chords, using only simple keyboard characters as input. Musicians tend to write chords with regular characters. They use # instead of a genuine sharp, b instead of a genuine flat, dim instead of a small circle, etc. With Chord Symbols, your chords will be better looking, more easily readable and more efficiently notated. Chord Symbols helps you to write the chords the way you like it. Whether you prefer ‘maj7’ or ‘m7’ or a small triangle for a major seventh, whether you want ‘m’, ‘mi’, ‘min’ or a horizontal line for a minor chord, this font will suit you. Chord Symbols is originally created out of the need to write chords above pop song lyrics. It is designed to also work smoothly in music notation software, like Sibelius, Finale and Encore.

Designers: Tijs Krammer

Publisher: Tijs Krammer

Foundry: Tijs Krammer

Design Owner: Tijs Krammer

MyFonts debut: Sep 10, 2012

Chord Symbols

About Tijs Krammer

Tijs Krammer is a singer, conductor and arranger from The Netherlands. He has written several books concerning on choral matters and these books are published in dutch as well as in german. His choral arrangements are published by De Haske and Molenaar.Tijs has created a font called Chord Symbols for easily writing beautiful chords, using only simple keyboard characters as input. The font uses a real flat and sharp. It has special characters, like a triangle for maj7, a circle for dim and a slashed circle for half-dimininshed. The extensions, like 7, 9 and sus4, will automatically be placed in superscript. There are several versions of the Chord Symbols font: Regular (sans), Serif, Lining and Roman Numerals (for writing scale degrees).

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