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I have the following text:
E9/C A C E E/B Bb Cm6
Colhendo o vazio que eu plantei
E G ...
Susan, thank you for your attention!!!
First I used a expression matching the lines containing the chords and then separated each chord in another expression.
>> First expression (I put it between <b> ...
I've used the regex above to match this song. The problem: it's matching part of the lyric on the last line; "Em" is a chord, but in portuguese can mean a word and it can ...
This code is the way I want!!!!
I only modified adding some letters to match dim and maj
This source would first match the intro of the song.(D7+ F#m7 E/G#)
Bm7 is the beginning of the song
E/G# is one match, 'cause E is the first note followed by a slash and the other note(bass note), G# that would make up this chord.
The language I'm using is PHP.
One of my objectives with this is to alternate ...
Intro: E A9
Eu faço parte de um novo tempo
Below are a list of a great number of chords.
Always the first string is gonna be [A-G], ok? and then may be followed by [1-9] or m(=minor) or + or aug or sus(=suspense) or # or #m or º or b, etc...
A or A maior ...
I'm using php (preg_replace), so I think it's PCRE flavor.
This expression you sent is ok, but as I live in Brazil, the lyrics in Portuguese there are some words like "Em" that means "In" in english or "Um" that means "A" or "E" that means "AND". The lyrics also comes in capital ...
Could someone help with this expression?
I would like to match only the chords above the ...