It lets you easily create chords sequences and arrange theme to create rhythm tracks for you to train on.
You know the chords, you know the tabs, partitions, you know the rhythm,... what you need now is a tool for you to train on. Whether you're a guitarist, pianist or other, this sequencer will become your friend to train yourself when you're on the road or at home.
Create your intro, verse, chorus, outro... sequences and order them to make your song.
- Online storage and sharing of your creations!
- Tablet UI Optimization
- Different tempo for sequences.
- Your feedback...
Just by touching your screen twice, you can play a variety of chords.
You can play music anywhere. For example, in your room, in your car, at a cafe, at your school and even at a toilet room in your office.
How to use
Select a key according to music that you want to play. Then, the layout of root note buttons is changed. If D is selected, the bottom-left is 'D (I)', and the top-right is 'C# (VII)'. If you are not specialist of music, you can start with the key C.
You can play a variety of chords by very very very easy way! For example, if you want to sound the 'Em7' in the key 'C', touch the root note button 'E' (third column of bottom), and touch the chord button 'm7'. Then, this app plays the chord of 'Em7' (p1, m3, p5, M7). Amazingly easy, isn't it?
Change the layout of chord buttons
If you want to play the chord '13' button, you may try to find it, but you can't find it. In this case, you can re-assign a chord to any chord button. By long-touching a chord button, a dialog interface with the list of chord pops up. You can select a chord that you want to assigned to the button.
After changing the layout, you will want to save the changes. You can save it from the "Save chord layout" button from the option menu. And you can also load it from the "Load chord layout" button anytime.
The default screen orientation setting is portrait mode. You can change the orientation to landscape mode from the option menu. It makes easier to use both left and right hands, and you can play more dramatic chord progression.
* Collect chords into Chord Charts so you'll always have them available when you're playing a tricky song.
* Hear how any chord sounds, in multiple fingerings.
* Share chords or Chord Charts with your friends and band-mates.
* Left-handed mode.
* Find related chords and related scales.
* See what notes are contained in each chord, and where they fit in on the scale.
This app may ask for permission to access photos/media/files as it needs access to guitar audio samples for chord playback. It does not access any photos, only media and files.
Happy guitar playing!
The Lite version includes:
• 4 Scales with all their rootnotes*
• Basic major and minor chords with 2 inversions
*Scale list: Major, Minor, Pentatonic Major, Pentatonic Minor.
For more scales and features upgrade to PRO version!
Select a key and the app automatically picks a set of 7 random chords in that key.
Play each of the chords in order and you've got an instant starting point for a new song. Experiment manually or click refresh for a new set of chord ideas.
Learn new chord shapes and changes by playing chords that fit in a particular key. Lookup each to learn the new shape. Play them through to learn new changes. Repeat them to increase your speed.
- Automatic song ideas
- Learn chords by playing them.
- 12 Major Keys
- 12 Minor Keys
- simple designing & easy for using
- large number of song .
- "Favourite" function :add your favourite song to list for offline viewing
- "Auto scroll down" function : you don't need to scroll by yourself by this function . It will be very useful when you are playing instrument.
- Disable "screnn time out" when you are viewing the lyric & chord
-Hide the adv banner during a day if user had viewed yet
Please give us a good rate & comment if the app is useful for you .
Support : ETScreen@gmail.com
Thanks you !
You can also click a chord to see the suggested guitar fingering. Multiple fingerings are shown, with the most common one first.
Additionally, you can import your own chord charts into Chord Reader. Simply copy the files you want (in plain text format) from your computer to the "/sdcard/chord_reader" folder.
This is free and open-source software, so any bug reports or contributions are appreciated.
Rock on, fellow Android guitarists!
- Identifies piano chords
- Plays the notes or chords
- Chooses the chords to play
- Plays audio files
- Changes the pitch and tempo(Android 4.1 and above)
- Specifies the playback range
- Determines the tempo
- Repeat function
- Material Design
- No ads(Pro)
to open an audio file from external storage
Imagine that you have a guitar and burn with the desire to play one loved song. But you don’t know the chords. One of the first ideas that can come up to your mind is to surf the Internet. If the song is quite popular, it is likely that you will find numerous versions of guitar chords and tabs. But sometimes, the quality of the chords produced by an amateur leaves much to be desired. You can find yourself in a more difficult situation if the song is not among the latest hits from the top charts, or has just been released. There is always an alternative solution – to ask a professional musician to pick up the guitar chords by ear, or to do it yourself.
Fortunately, there is a better, faster and more reliable solution now! Recognize guitar chords to your favorite songs on your Android device with a new application - AnySong Chord Recognition.
Just choose an audio file from your music collection, wait a little, and get the desired guitar chords! AnySong Chord Recognition automatically analyzes audio, extracts the chords and shows the appropriate guitar tabs on the screen while the track is playing! For sure, you will be amazed with the user friendly interface and appreciate the quality of the recognized chords!
AnySong Chord Recognition! Any song, any place, any time!
1. Search by chord name (for example - Am, G7)
2. Search by chord code (for example 133211 - is F). Visual chord input and search of similar chords.
3. Guitar tuner
4. Playing chords by dubble tap or long click on chord view.
5. Changer chord view style (orientation, colors)
This app uses your microphone to detect the string being played and indicate if you should tune up or down.
Pitch pipe function also included.
The standard EADGBE guitar (not implemented for very small screen devices) indicates current note being played or allows fast note selection in manual mode.
Tuning range from 30 Hz (B0) to 4186Hz (C8), so can also be used to tune other stringed instruments.