I'm looking for musicians or guitarists who can help me build a guitar chord dictionary. Ideally you will know what chord symbols such as +, -, Δ, ø, mean, and be able to translate that into a chord name eg m, maj, dim, m7b5 etc. See http://www.howmusicworks.org/701/Playing-with-Chords/Alternate-Chord-Symbols if you need help translating the symbols. I have around 90 pages to process, with around 4 chords per page to be entered.
The book has for every chord a fingering for an open string chord, and one moveable chord. I want you to write down the first open chord, and the first moveable chord. For instance for a Major (1,3,5) Chord starts with an E major chord which has open strings, then the F Major chord, which has no open strings. These are the only two chords you need to write down for each shape. You can ignore the other chords in the 10 other keys. See the image attached below of one sample page. You will be doing pages 235 - 327 (IMG_1991 - IMG_2061)
The intervals (intervalic fingering) are not needed, however, you do need to notate which fingers are to be used for the open fingering and the moveable fingering. All details are in the book, so you do not need to come up with your own fingering.
I have an MS Excel template ready that I will send to you once you've received the job offer. The table in Excel looks something like this:
Chord Name, Page, Fret Positions (6x), Finger Positions (6x)
I am happy to create milestones for the book and to pay in increments till the book is complete. Please note the page number of the book from the photo. (There may be a couple of duplicate photos).
I have made photos (JPEGs) of the pages which you can download from dropbox. See the link below. The download is around 140MB.
You need to have basic Excel skills and basic knowledge of music theory. You'll need some spreadsheet software and an image program to view images.