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It would be great to be able to set custom transpositions for different voice parts especially for Middle School boy's voices. Texas's UIL sightreading is mostly in G for them, so I would like for them to be proficient in reading that key, but they need to sing it lower or higher. In the beginning of the year one kid may not be able to sing low enough to hit a G, and one kid may not be able to sing high enough to sing a G.

I'm loving the sight-reading builder. You guys did a great job with it.

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    Tim Simpson
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    As beginner, Classical SmartMusic transpose option would allow me to stretch my vocal range slowly and safely.  

    My work around is to export multiple XLM files.  Really I have not been able to incorporate this route because it is to time consuming.

    Does any one else use Classic SmartMusic transpose option in a similar way and have you found an EFFICIENT work around?

    My work around would work if I had a teacher assistant that would make and import all those XLM Files for me.  

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    Laura Sandham
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    I agree. The transpose option is enormously important even for my sophomore-junior tenors and basses, and even for some of my treble singers. We need it!

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