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Transposer is a very, very old (written in 1998, AppNee never cares about this kind of thing, as long as it can still solve users’ problems) but handy and user-friendly tiny app (< 1 MB) specially designed to transpose a chord file with different keys.
In its several later versions, although Transposer was added many other features and got some improvement on availability, its original design intent is always the same and simple – works for transposing a chord file with a much easier key for you to play and/or sing.
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