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Old 01-14-2013, 07:48 PM
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Default Can I add new chord symbols?

In the score window, I would like to add a new chord symbol not found on the drop down menu. Can I add a new chord symbol?

BTW the chord I want is the Am chord of the C major scale (vi chord) extended out the the 13th diatonically.

That is

Am 11 flat13

or perhaps just

Am flat13
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