Real World Chord Progressions

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About this app

Learning course on chord progressions for beginner and intermediate.
* This app should allow access to media folder to save your data.

- Cadence
- Diatonic & Non-diatonic Progressions
- Modal Interchange
- Midi Examples
- etc

How To Use
- Adding Favorite : Long Click the name of progressions in example page.
- Modifying Favorite : Long Click the name in favorite page.
Updated on
Aug 29, 2023

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Location, App activity and 2 others
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

352 reviews
A Google user
October 29, 2019
I really do love this app. It has terrific functionality and helps me write chords progressions like a breeze. The only reason this isn't a five star review is that it doesn't work well with Bluetooth devices. Whenever I try to play sound from this app through a Bluetooth device the sound is incredibly garbled.
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A Google user
April 1, 2019
Absoltely impressive. I downloaded this app thinking it was an ear training app, but it also allows you to improvise on top of backing tracks with the chords you choose, or with prepared chord progressions that teach you impro and composition skills. The list of chords is huge! I just love the app. I don't know how could I help or if the app is open source, but I'm very happy to contribute (I'm a programmer). I think adding midi keyboard support and microtonality would be amazing.
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A Google user
March 3, 2020
A great tool for learning Chord Progression theory but not without some bugs and shortcomings. It tries to give plenty of examples of different concepts, unfortunately some of the examples are without any highlighting or enough background information to fully grasp what's happening (ie the tritone sub section) , this is worse when referencing the more complex examples. There are also audio issues particularly with bluetooth, as well as navigation and adding favorites.
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What's new

ver. 2.7.0
- Save data in app storage
- Some bug fix
ver. 2.6.3
- ad sound mute
- adjust volume
ver. 2.6.2
- fix : no sound in integer format audio streams
- low master volume to prevent audio saturation.
ver. 2.6.1
- select buffer size
- panic button
- input sound type
ver. 2.5.1
- change audio engine
- improve tempo keeping