My favorite resource for worship music is Rockin' With The Cross. It's nice having the built in transposer. But I invariably find I need to change the font to read it on a music stand. The sight says that New Courier is the compatible font but it doesn't seem the case with me. I asked them and they also suggested Verdana but the same result. I end up taking quite a bit of time lining up the chords on the words.
I wish there was a program which could automatically highlight every other line in order to change the font of the chords alone. I believe I could find a quick solution with that tool. It also would great for creating lyrics only. Any one know of such a program or other solution?
Songsheet generator is my go-to program. I use it a lot - it transposes and has a lot of font flexibility. There a few quirks about it, but I've built my workflow around it and like it just fine. It's freeware, but the author has always answered my questions quickly. It uses the Chord Pro format, but will also import regular chord sheets. I've imported several chord sheets from Rockin' With the Cross. Let me know if you end up trying and/or using it:
That's great to know. I'm going to have to check it out! I usually transpose all the music myself so I like Rockin' and
e-chords.com because they have the transpose feature but the font has been a problem. I have a pretty big personal database built up but it would be nice if there was a way to do it faster.
I didn't realise there was such a thing, and like you Jorn, do all the transposing by myself. By the time I have fiddled about with other peoples chords and lyrics set ups, I may as well have done the whole thing from scratch.
Let me know how you guys like it, or if you have any questions. I like it and want to see it continue, so more users is a good thing.