Whether you want to specify the key of the Harp or the Music,
and which key you want,
The kind of Scale or Mode,
(Note: Scale degrees indicated in the diagrams are relative to the major scale.)
The Harp Tuning (normal diatonics are tuned "Major")
Any Display Options for highlighting root notes or chords, and
Whether you want the layout diagram to have the Draw or Blow notes on top.
Click the "Display Layout" button to pop-up a window showing the layout
diagram. (See documentation)
Scale or Mode:
Note: The "position naming" for Lee Oskar(TM)
"Natural Minor" and "Melody Maker"(TM) harps is not standard since these tunings are labled for 2nd position play. To get the specified harp key layout for a Natural Minor or Melody Maker
harp tuning you must specify 2nd Position (Cross Harp).
The natural 1st position key of a Natural Minor harp is a Dorian minor. Hohner(TM)
labels its Natural Minor harps as "mol n", the 1st position Dorian minor key. To see the
layout based on the 1st postion Dorian Minor "mol n" key you must select Dorian Minor as the harp tuning.