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SAMPLE CHARTS

Here are some sample Nashville Number Charts created with Number Chart Pro. Please keep in mind these examples are scanned images (JPEGs) and the quality is not as high as the output from a Laser or Inkjet printer. Click on the THUMBNAIL to view the full sized sample. Then click BACK on your browser to return.

sample1x.jpg (43914 bytes) 1. Check out this SAMPLE first (43KB).

sample2x.jpg (22806 bytes) 2. Here's an example of the NASHVILLE2 font, using chords with a different number in the bass (23KB).

sample3x.jpg (54583 bytes) 3. Everyone has a different style for creating charts (54KB).

sample4x.jpg (71175 bytes) 4. Use the graphics features in your word processor to add extra graphics to your chart (70KB).

sample5x.jpg (14934 bytes)  5. Some musicians like to put boxes around measures. You can do this is with programs like MS Word (15KB). 

sample6x.jpg (27299 bytes) 6. Use NUMBER CHARTS in traditional music scores created by notation programs like Finale and Encore (27KB).

sample7x.jpg (24565 bytes)  7. Create CHORD (name) CHARTS as opposed to NUMBER CHARTS (24KB).

sample8x.jpg (35466 bytes)  8. Create large diamonds completely around chords with Word's graphics tools. Note the diamonds appear as dotted in the low resolution JPG but in an actual printout they look great. (35KB).

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