Use it for songwriting experiments, to create backing tracks for practicing solos, or just for fun. Easily create arrangements and mixes by selecting from hundreds of piano, guitar, synth, bass and drum tracks.
This is the full version of Chordbot with all features enabled. There is also a free evaluation version (Chordbot Lite) with disabled save/export features that you could/should try before buying the paid version.
* 60+ chord types
Including classics like AugAdd2 and Min7(#11), in all inversions.
* 70+ comping style presets
Simple but usable arrangements that won't get in your way.
* 400+ instrument tracks
Individually mixable dynamic instrument tracks that can be combined to form unique comping styles.
* Inversion control / slash chords
Manually select chord inversions, or let Chordbot select the smoothest inversion automatically.
* Song sections
Songs can be structured into repeatable sections (verse, chorus, etc). Each section can have its own comping style/arrangement.
* MIDI/WAV export and background playback
Refine your compositions in a DAW/MIDI sequencer or play along with a virtual instrument
Automatic song generator with pop, jazz and experimental profiles.
See chordbot.com for more information and audio demos.
Please report all bugs to:
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.
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.
This tends to be either Minidisc or Laptop, both of which work very well but have one major
drawback, which tends to be the delay caused by selecting tracks for each set. With the Minidisc
this usually results in a multitude of discs which have to be swopped for each chosen track and
the Laptop which is normally located away from the microphone stand/front line and although
has the ability to store all the tracks in one place this normally results in awkward breaks between
songs looking for the next track to select!
As a performer myself I have experienced all the above so decided to look for a mobile app which
I could use on my Phone/Tablet which could easily be attached to my microphone stand or other
suitable device. After searching for quite a while I discovered the apps available were either too
simple and restrictive or far too complicated to use in a live situation (not to mention pricey!).
So, being a bit of a computer geek in my spare time I decided to have a go at creating an app
which would suit my requirements and so was born 'Songer'.
The result was an app which contains all my backing tracks (stored on the devices SD card) all
of which can be easily stored into given set list names and retrieved very quickly during use.
The app quickly developed into a more sophisticated programme enabling the choice to remove
tracks from view after they have played, re-arrange the playing order of the set lists and to manage
the storage of the created set lists (which do tend to mount up after a while)!
Designed for larger sized tablets, Chordially allows live musicians to replace multiple sheets of paper and song books with one discrete device. Song chord charts can be created and added to set lists which can then be displayed and paged through with a quick swipe of the finger.
Chordially can be used by guitar, bass and keyboard players and anyone else playing chord based live music.
Ideal for bands, worship leaders, worship musicians and wannabe rock stars!
- Clear display of chord charts broken into song sections with coloured headings.
- Create chord charts directly or by importing from OpenSong, OpenLyric or text format files.
- Transpose songs into any key.
- Add capo values to songs and switch between capo and standard chord views.
- Search for songs by title or by words contained in their lyrics.
- Customizable colours and font styles.
- Turn pages with bluetooth/usb foot pedal.
- No Adverts.
New features coming soon.
Important: You need to have the Desktop/Laptop Band-in-a-Box 2011 or higher to be able to use this app.
A fun keyboard app which is designed especially for younger children as a ‘distractor’ to keep them busy while you’re busy either at home or when you are out and about. This child friendly keyboard app is designed to be easy to use as well as functional as needed to entertain children. In order to keep the app as easy to use as possible it uses the pentatonic scale (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentatonic_scale) which comprises of five notes. However the distinguishing feature of the pentatonic scale is that no notes sound harmonically bad together. The pentatonic scale is used lots in traditional music and on lots of traditional instruments.
If there are any bugs, questions or feature requests don't hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and if you like the app please rate it!
** Neon colour scheme
** Notes vibrate when pressed (If supported by your device)
** You can turn vibration off
** Notes expand when pressed
** Multiple instrument support: Piano, Marimba and Tubular Bells
** Easy share option