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Posted February 6, 2021 01:49 PM
In music, transpose means to slightly alter the rhythm and tempo by shifting the note that makes it go from B to A, for example. This is not a true beat where you move the beat from one note to another but rather a slight shift of the rhythm. This can be done by moving one note up one octave at a time. If you move the note up two notes it will be A# and if you move it three notes it will be F#. It may seem confusing but it is still just a shift of the rhythm and not a true beat.
To do this, you will need some musical tools, a metronome, a keyboard, and a piano or laptop. First, set the metronome to a precise speed so you don't go too fast or too slow. Next, use the keyboard or laptop's metronome to listen to the music as you go through your practice. What you will notice is that as you go through the progression, the tempo changes slightly. The key is to strike the same note in each step while staying in time with the progression as you transpose music.
Another method of doing this is to hear the song through an instrument. For instance, if you're playing the guitar and you heard it as part of another piece of music and transpose the song to your guitar then that is good. If you're playing a single note solo then that is good as well. When you have this down, you can start up with the transpose function and play the song from beginning to end while hearing it as part of another piece of music. You'll likely find that this technique is very helpful when you are writing.