Transpose Upwards Chart
To help transpose upward, use the following chart:
When transposing a note upwards, this chart can make it simpler if you're unsure of which note you should land on. At the top of the chart, +1, +2, +3 etc refers to the number of semitones that the note is moving up by. For example, if your root note is E and you know you must transpose up 3 semitones, use the chart to count across three squares from E and you'll see the note you land on is G. For squares that have two notes within them, that is simply because these notes are a half step up (or down) between notes, so can be considered flat or sharp versions the notes above or below.