ChordGen is a simple, easy to use application to generate chord progressions.
Beginner musicians can use ChordGen to generate chord progressions with the root note of their choice.
You can find some of the popular chord progression sequences here in all the modern scales and modes.
Use ChordGen to get chord progressions for Piano, Acoustic guitar and Power Chords.
Chordgen also teaches you how to play each of the listed chords in the selected sequence for the particular musical instrument.
With ChordGen upgrade, You can Build your own Chord Progressions in an all easy step by step process. You can save your work and load it at a time later whenever needed. Build your own chord progression with the majors, minors, diminished, dominant, major 7th and minor 7th chords. More chords will be added soon.
You can use Chordgen as a basic level Song writing application to get ideas for your next song!
ChordGen plays the progressions in a loop and hence, can be used as a Backing-Track tool as well. How cool is that !
All you need to do is to pick up a guitar or any other musical instrument, jam on the backing track of your choice!
Get creative with these chord progressions. Get ChordGen for FREE.
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.
In the screen of this app, the Circle is made up of several concentric rings, which provides various information. By rotating the 2 rings, inner and outer, the needed information can be got easily.
The outer most ring shows information on the scale such as a tonic, a dominant, a sub-dominant, a relative minor, a relative major, and a progression of the degree. The next outer ring shows a series of note's name ordered by the progression of 5th, and the root note of a scale can be set by rotationg this ring. When rotating the outer ring, the inner ring rotates also. The next ring shows a degree of a note and a diatonic chord in that scale. By rotaing the next ring, a chord can be set. If a note name of the outer ring is touched, then a diatonic chord, of which the root note is the note, is set. Instead of the inner chord ring, a key progression ring can be displayed which is very useful when transposing a song to another key. At the center of the concentric rings, a signiture of the scale is displayed.
Both a handset or a tablet are supported. However, it is recommended you to use this app on a tablet larger than a 7-inch for a better usabilty.
The direction of the circle
The direction of the key progression on a circle can be set to a CW or a CCW direction by a user.
Switchable Inner Wheel
The inner wheel can be switched when it is needed. A chord wheel, a transpose wheel, and a interval wheel are avalable.
A major scale and 3 minor scale and church modes are available. The scale tones can be distinguished by its background color. A diatonic chord of the scale can be set by touching one of its scale tones.
Diatonic Scale Chord
Both triads and 7th chords are supported for each scale.
Chord wheel is uniquely designed to represent the relationship between a scale and a chord. Most diatonic chords are available. The chord tones can be distinguished by its background color or its mark.
For transposing, a ring of key progression can be displayed instead of a chord ring.
Intervals of notes can be found out easily and quickly. Just switch the inner wheel to an interval wheel.
Inversion of a Chord
The inversion of a chord can be played by clicking a button, and also can be seen through the piano view.
There are various ways of naming note names. In this app, CDEFGAB, CDEFGAH, and Fixed-Do systems are supported. Also, you can set a prefered accidental, a sharp(＃) or a flat(♭).
Information about a scale or a chord is shown on a 2-octave sized mini piano. It can be played by touching the keys.
Information about a scale or a chord also can be shown on a guitar fretboard. It's tunable.
Colors / Marks
The tones of a scale and a chord are associated with the 7 colors of the rainbow. For example, the 1st note is red, and the 7th note is violet.
Also, marks such as ●, △, ★, ◎ represent that it's 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th note.
Clef / Signature
A signature of the scale is showed at the center of rings. A clef can be set to a treble of a bass.
When the center is touched, user-defined action is performed.
The sound of a scale and a chord can be played. A chord sound can be played arpeggio pattern or not.
Piano, E.Piano, and Guitar sounds are included. The bundled sounds are recorded in high quality.
Natural / Harmonic / Melodic Minor
Major 7th aug 5th
Major aug 5th (Triad)
Suspended 2nd (Triad)
Suspended 4th (Triad)
Minor Major 7th
Dominant 7th aug 5th
Dominant 7th flat 5th
Dominant 7th sus 4th
Minor 7th flat 5th
Band2Play is a powerful but easy to handle playback tool. It creates a playback of the chord progression you entered, which can be used for example for jazz improvisation, for singing, as play-along, or for other purposes.
In order to make the playback sound even more appropriate, you can choose from a wide selection of playback styles, such as jazz, Bossa Nova, Latin Jazz, Pop Ballad, Rock, and more...
The handling is very easy: simply enter the chords, choose a style and click "Play" to hear the playback.
It supports almost every possible chord combination, as well as different bar times. Various Substyles as breaks, kicks etc. refine your playback.
The playback repeats and progression can be set individually; the created arrangements can be saved.
- Many different playback-styles available from sections like Jazz, Latin-Jazz, Pop, …
- Every style has substyles which you can use for breaks, voicings, kicks, and endings
- Supports nearly all chords with or without extra bass note (full list at the bottom)
- Chord changes within the same bar
- The playback order (repeats) can be set individually
- Save and open arrangements
- Rests (for all instruments or for all instruments excepted the drums)
- Automatically generated MIDI file (which can be shared or used on other devices)
- Different times: 4/4, 3/4, 6/8, …
- Tempo can be set individually
- Different playback instruments
- Audio demos in the product video
- and more
Available languages: English and German
We wish you much success and fun while practicing.
Overview of the supported chords (for example, all with C as root):
Cm, Cm2, Cm27, Cm6, Cm6b9, Cm69, Cm6#9, Cm7, Cm7b5, Cm7b9, Cm79, Cm7#9, Cm9, Cm9b11, Cm911, Cm9#11, Cmmaj7, Cmmaj79, C, C2, C2sus4, C2sus47, C247, C24, Csus4, C47, Csus47, Cb5, C6, C69, C7, C7sus4, C79, C7b9, C7#9, C7#9b13, C7#11, C713, C7b13, C9, C11, C13, Cmaj7, Cmaj7b5, Cmaj7#5, Cmaj7#59, Cmaj79, Cmaj7b9, Cmaj7#9, Cmaj7b11, Cmaj7#11, Cmaj713, Cmaj7b13, Cmaj7#13, Cmadd2, Cm7add2, Cadd2, Cadd9, Cdim, Cdim7, C°, C°7, Caug, Caug7, C+7
Melody Generator uses a new theory of melody to automatically generate melodies, providing quick and easy assistance to composers and songwriters who need quick melody ideas, or to any music lover who just wants to play around. The current version of Melody Generator (Version 1) includes the following features:
- 8 bar melodies
- Time signatures: 4/4, 3/4, 2/4, 6/8
- Random chord progressions
- Random or custom key signatures (A, Bb, B, C, Db, D)
- Random or custom tempos
- Use of whole notes, half note, quarter notes, 8th notes, and 16th notes
The Melody Generator saves melodies as short MIDI files to your SD card, and allows you to browse through and listen to them after they are generated. Check out our website for sample output. Of course, more features are in the works!
✓ more than 60 000 songs with tabs & chords
✓ offline access to favorites
✓ highlighting of chords in a song text
✓ useful search
✓ support landscape and portrait orientations
Find your favourite songs among thousands of chords and tabs via our service and store them on your phone. It’s convenient to browse chords text with the help of zooming and auto-scrolling features. Application consumes internet traffic effectively.
A search by artist name, song title and text is available for you.
Going on a hike? Store favorite songs to your phone and no network access is required any more! Save your time and enjoy playing guitar everywhere.
If you cannot find a song - contact us!
This application is perfect for songwriters. Piano chords and scales "Create a Chord Progression" allows you to choose chords that fit a particular scale for your chord progression.
Please let me know what you want included in the app/how I can improve it. Ty.
Chords: Major, Minor, sus2, sus4, Maj7, m7, 7th, dim, m7b5, add9, dim7, aug, Maj9
Scales: Major, Minor, Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor, Pentatonic Minor, Pentatonic Blues, Ionian, Aeolian, Dorian, Mixolydian, Phrygian, Lydian, Locrian
- Chord Inversions
- Play Full Chord
If you dig this app, then rate and comment. Let me know what I can add to it..
> Search by Key
To search a chord or a scale, click some notes of a chord / scale on the piano input panel. Long-click the key to exclude some chord / scale that have the note.
> Search by Name
Also, users can look up a chord / scale by selecting a root note and a type name.
> Chord Stack
Chords can be stored on the stack. Users can try changing an octave or an inversion of a chord and can play the chord. Chord stack is useful in testing a chord progression.
> User-definable Library
19 chord types and 13 scale types are already defined in the library. Moreover, users can edit or add data if needed.
(There are 64 pre-defined chord types and 74 pre-defined scale types on the paid version.)
3-octave ranged piano sounds have been recorded with a high quaity audio device.
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:
48 chords (major/minor/7th)
6 chord suggestions per key
15 common progressions
5 different soundsets
4 different beats
Show notes in chord (text and piano position)
Show notes in current key (piano position)
Suggested next possible keys
Store up to 5 custom chord progressions
including Circle of Fifths / fourths aka camalot wheel mode!
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!
Select your chords in the "Choose Chords" tab, then go over to the "Playback" tab to use them.
Chord Assistant works best on fast Android devices with at least Android 4.0!
The input lag for audio streams may vary - depending on your device. Recommended: Google Nexus devices with Android 4.2 or higher.
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)
(Selectable Chords with enharmonic equivalents): C, (C#, Db), D, (D#, Eb), E, F, (F#, Gb), G, (G#, Ab), A, (A#, Bb), B
(Selectable Qualities: Add9, Augmented, Diminished, 11th, b5, Major, Major 7th b5, Major 9th, Major 7th, Minor, Minor 69, Minor 9th/Major 7th, Minor 11th, Minor 9th , Minor/Major 7th, Minor 7th, Minor 7th b5, Minor 6th, 9th, 9th Augmented, 9th b5, 9th #11, 7th, 7th Augmented, 7th Aug b9, 7th b5, 7th b9, 7th #5, 7th #9, 7th Sus, Six Nine, 6th, Sus4, 13th, 13th b5/b9, 13th b9
Piano: (Acoustic Grand, Bright Acoustic, Electric Grand, Honky-tonk, Electric Piano 1 & 2, Harpsichord, Clavinet)
Chromatic Percussion: (Celesta,Glockenspiel, Music Box, Vibraphone, Marimba, Xylophone, Tubular Bells, Dulcimer)
Organ: (Drawbar, Percussive, Rock, Church, Reed, Accordion, Harmonica, Tango Accordion)
Guitar: (Acoustic Guitar (nylon), Acoustic Guitar (steel), Electric Guitar (jazz), Electric Guitar (clean), Electric Guitar (muted), Overdriven Guitar, Distortion Guitar, Guitar harmonics)
Bass: (Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass (finger), Electric Bass (pick), Fretless Bass, Slap Bass 1 & 2, Synth Bass 1 & 2)
Strings: (Violin, Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Tremolo Strings, Pizzicato Strings, Orchestral Harp, Timpani)
Strings (continued): (String Ensemble 1 & 2, Synth Strings 1 & 2, Choir Aahs, Voice Oohs, Synth Voice, Orchestra Hit)
Brass: (Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Muted Trumpet, French Horn, Brass Section, Synth Brass 1 & 2,
Reed: (Soprano Sax, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Baritone Sax, Oboe, English Horn, Bassoon, Clarinet)
You will also discover chord progressions to many famous hit songs just by tapping about in Songo... who would have thought it could be this easy!
Songo can be a source of inspiration. Find musical passages using the unique Auto mode for chords and note progressions generatively performed by the Songo algorithm. It's a hands-free auto-play mode, handy for practise.
CONTROLS IN THE FULL VERSION
- View the notes that make up each chord
Mm - change the current chord from major to minor or vice versa
m7 - add a flattened 7th note to the current chord
M7 - add a 7th note to the current chord
AUTO CHORD - play generative automatic chord sequences based on the Songo algorithm
SCALES - see the current key\'s Major scale (Ionian) and access other modes (outside the current key)
AUTO-SCALE - play generative automatic note sequences based on the Songo algorithm
Whether you play guitar, keyboard, saxophone, trumpet, trombone or nothing at all Songo can be a valuable songwriting assistant.