Here at Multitracks.com we offer thousands of accurate and customizable charts for the songs that worship leaders are playing in Church week after week. You and your team can access all of those chart’s on your mobile device in the ChartBuilder app and now you can access the charts you’ve created in MultiTracks Cloud as well. Let’s talk about how you can create your very own Cloud Chart for ChartBuilder.
How to Create a Chart
Create a Cloud Song
Go into your library and if you haven't already created a Cloud song, select “Add Song”
Place chords within brackets before the word or syllable they land on.
[Bm] You call me out [A/C#]upon the[D] waters
The great un[A]known where feet may[G] fail
[Bm] And there I find You [A/C#]in the [D]mystery
In oceans[A] deep my faith wil[G]l stand
Creating Song Sections
This process will vary based on if you have tracks and song sections already
Your Chart will load with no song sections unless you have already added them through the Tracks Upload Process
Click Add Section to Add your first section
You will need to assign your song section a title. (Example: Verse 1) You can create your chart section by section but it's helpful to Map out the whole song first
Map out your song.
We want this Intro to be first. To reorder your sections click the Order dropdown menu and select a new position in the song map for this section. If you have already uploaded tracks to this song you will need to provide Timecode for this section. This will be covered in the Tracks Upload Process
For each section enter in or copy and paste the lyrics for that specific section.
Make sure to press return/enter to put each phrase on a new line.
I prefer to enter in Lyrics and Chords for each section before moving on to the next so that I can copy and paste repeated parts.
You call me out upon the waters
The great unknown where feet may fail
And there I find You in the mystery
In oceans deep my faith will stand
Chords are placed in brackets like this “Here [C] is the first line of lyrics”
They can be placed anywhere among lyrics even in the middle of a word if a chord happens to change between syllables
“Here [C] is the first line of lyr[F]ics”
Placing these is up to your preference but they can be incredibly precise
We offer a wide range of chord extensions and additions. The complete list of extensions and additions can be found in the “quick start guide” which can be downloaded at the top of any cloud chart tab.
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