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Timing matters - again!

It should not be necessary for the user to figure out the 4/4 timing on some songs is wrong and not as per original. I play some songs in both 3/4 and 6/8 timing.
The software should be able to figure out from the original what the timing is surely?
Otherwise fine for standard common timing.

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I’m afraid that Chordify automatically transcribes the chords to a regular 4 beat pattern but you can change this to 3/4 mode.

When you press edit, you’ll find a 3/4 4/4 switch in the top right corner of the screen.

Regarding 6/8 timing, because this is a chord transcription service, and because the chords tend not to change in the middle of the triple figure, this actually falls quite nicely into the 4/4 grid, as 2 bars of 6/8 within a slow 4 beats.

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