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Saving and Managing Fretboard Diagrams


Once you have created a fretboard diagram, you can save it to a list for future use, editing, or animation. This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to save, edit, organize, and animate fretboard diagrams effectively.

Adding Diagrams to Your List

Saving a Fretboard Diagram

  • Save Button: Press this button to add the current fretboard diagram to your list.
  • No Need to Add: You do not need to add a diagram to the fretboard to save it. Saving allows you to create multiple iterations for display or animation.

Managing Your Diagram List

Editing and Organizing

  • Edit Button: Selecting this button will replace your current diagram with the selected one, allowing you to make changes.
  • Up and Down Arrows: Use these arrows to move a diagram's placement within the sequence for display or animation purposes.
  • Delete Option: You can remove a diagram from the list by selecting the delete option.

Animating Fretboard Diagrams

Timing and BPM

  • Animate Button: Press this button to initiate the animation process for your diagrams.
  • Timing Buttons: Once animated, you can adjust the timing of each diagram using options such as whole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, or sixteenth note.
  • Beats Per Minute (BPM): Customize the BPM for the animation to match the tempo of your musical piece, allowing you to slow down or speed up the animation as needed.

Editing Saved Diagrams

Updating or Cancelling Changes

  • Update Diagram Button: After selecting the edit option for a specific diagram, use this button to save your changes.
  • Cancel Edit Button: If you decide not to make changes, select this button to cancel the editing process and return to the original diagram.


Saving and managing fretboard diagrams in your list provides a convenient way to organize, edit, and animate multiple diagrams. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can create customized fretboard displays and animations that suit your musical needs and preferences.