Hey Guys and Gals, I've been getting into the Gospel vibe for a long time now. I love it and I have great admiration for cats like Sharay Reed et al who do it so well and keep the praise going at a high standard. I'm getting ready to start transcribing a few songs that I really like. As we all know, it is easier to just learn them and play them, but I suspect that transcribing will give an even deeper insight into some of the theoretical aspects of their playing. Having said all that, the first one I'm going to transcribe is from the WoW Gospel 2009 collection, the 8th song in the first CD, which is "Jesus Saves" by Myron Butler. Whenever I listen to it, for some reason my brain perceives it to be in E flat minor/ G flat major. However, I'm thinking it might be easier to read if I do it in D sharp minor/F sharp major. Not that either key is "easy," so to speak. It's 6 sharps or flats, so it's hard either way. Is there any reason to choose one over the other? Better yet, I know some of those cats tune their basses flat so they can play all these songs in flat keys easily. So, should I just write it in E minor/ G major, since that might very well be the way the bass player sees it on the fretboard? I realize in the grand scheme of things, none of this matters, but I'm just curious about what some of you guys out there think. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!