ChordBook lets you create the song progression of a song and save it in your tablet, so you could create your own Real Book in your tablet.
¡¡ And now ChordBook also plays the comping to let you play along !!
Editing a sheet is very easy. Yo can get your song in 5 minutes.
List of Features:
* Can mark part of song (A,B,C)
* Chords easily edited
* Two chords by bar
* All chord variations
* Zoom in and Zoom out for each song to select the best fitting text size.
* Instantly transpose.
* Play song as a midi file
* Some styles to play (Bossa, Stride, Swing, Vals, ...)
* Background color customizable
* Font typeface customizable
* Work wiht sub-folders
* Saves songs also as a Lilypond file (so you will be able to print it on a Pc and share)
* Comes with 375 standards
* Can add lyrics or notes asociated to chords.
* Send songs in file format by email
SONGoLOGIST's 700+ song library, browsable by artist, title, genre, country, or language, is expanding on a daily basis with the most popular songs from around the world. Songs are displayed on your phone, tablet, or computer using standard chord symbols (e.g. C, G-, F7b9) in a chord sheet format. Tap or click any chord symbol to reveal a chord diagram for guitar. Song transposition is fully automated to accommodate any vocal range.
The SONGoLOGIST editor allows you to create, publish, and share your own songs. The groundbreaking ChordBoard allows you to enter chords as though you were using a word processor complete with copy, cut and paste. Many elements of standard musical notation can be used such such as repeats, codas, bar lines, and section symbols (ABCD, V, PC etc) and a variety of time signatures (3/4, 4/4, 6/8, and even 5/4, and 7/8).
Here we are – welcome to Klotzkoepfchen Training program to learn the notes on the guitar fretboard.
Developed from guitarist for all of you, which like to learn the notes right now.
Or for all of you, which ever had the plan to learn the notes.
Be honour – the most training programs for example in the Net or in different kind of magazines are really complicated. Most of us won´t use them.
To learn the notes with these methods is sometimes like a torture.
We totally agree with this, because we felt the same.
Now we start to learn with fun.
From now on, wherever you are, you will learn to find the right notes on the fretboard – in 3 learning steps.
You can´t imagine, how fast you will have the first success to learn the notes on the fret.
If you are satisfied with our app, please tell it to all your friends – if not, don´t hesitate to contact us.
NEW FEATURE IN PRACTICE MODE
If you're still missing the right notes, you're getting nagged by a saying and a sound. If you want to disable it, just press the menu button in the menu.
NEW FEATURE IN VIEW MODE
To make learning for you easier by just pressing the desired note on the fretboard, we invested many sweat and work.
You’ve earned , that you’re developers will give to you something new. Here’s the result:
After you’ve used our fantastic fretboard trainer with all the great features you know now a lot about notes on the fretboard. Probably you like to play a solo? And not only that?
For example, you like to play a song and in the lead sheet you will find the chords.
But no symbol or graphic for the chord.
For sure you will find something about the chord in the net or in books or wherever.
But isn’t it more helpful, the stuff is always by your side?
And for sure, we don’t like to teach you, how to handle a chord. In our opinion, the guitarist by himself makes the decision to handle the chords.
That’s why you will not find numbers, which fingers you should use for the chords.
And some chords will sound for guitarists better with one ore two open strings – doesn’t matter - you decide, what is the sound of the chord for the song.
But now the special: You will not see only the chords on the frets, no, you will also see the notes, the chord is created.
Now the circle begins to spin: keynote – a solo, for example the good old pentatonic, played with the basic key – that’s it!!
Composer, Transposer (transpose chords) and Singlenotes
A lot of fun with the new update wishes
The Klotzkoepfchen Team
HEREBY THE DEVELOPERS ENSURE THAT THE APP HAS BEEN DEVELOPED INDISPUTABLY. THE DEVELOPERS AS WELL AS THE LICENSE HOLDER CANNOT BE MADE LIABLE FOR A LOSS.
With MusicScorePad you can turn your tablet / phone in a notebook for musical notes.
** Please, prior to buy, downloads the free version and verifies the full compatibility with your device.
If you find problems, please contact me, so i can try to solve and improve the app, Thanks **
You have to write a part for a colleague during the soundcheck? An exercise for a student? You need to fix an idea before you lose it?
The idea is to always have at hand a sheet of digital music paper , with the same velocity but with many more features, here are a few:
- Fast writing "tap and drag" (tap to enter a symbol, move your finger to draw and write).
- Undo / redo programmable
- Usage of the musical fonts Maestro(default) and JazzFont (Plus version ).
- Autosave function programmable
- Crash recovery
- Enter chords with dedicated keyboard
- Enter free text for annotations and lyrics
- 4 colors available to make your music more readable or more educationally valid
- Full file management (load project, save / save as, export image, export Pdf
- Import and edit music in bmp / jpg / png
- Scan sheet with a special built-in camera and editing
- Share via wifi or 3g in png format and PDF
- entry of symbols "quantized"
- 4 Sizes Available (pentagram standard tablature, single line and blank page).
If you have problems try changing your settings in the Preferences, there are parameters that allow you to make MusicScorePad more usable on many different devices.
For example, the sensitivity of the screen, the number of undo / redo, the autosave time.
MusicScorePad is designed to make the best of 10 and 7-inch tablet, it is also usable on screens up to 4 inches but obviously negatively affected by the use of the limited screen space available.
Please note, for owners of smartphones, to reveal all buttons in sub-menu you must slide right or to left the buttons.
Take a look to the functions, download the Pdf manual from https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ypa4f8rc27eudrr/M58o1B0-F0 .
WARNING: MusicScorePad is not an audio sequencer and don't allows you to play back what you have written (at least for now, this possibility will be the subject of future implementations).
Currently supported formats:
-Bww Format of the famous Bagpipe Music Writer Gold
-ABC Format (still in development)
- Songbook support
- Favorite List
- Display of music sheet
- Playback with highlighting of notes
- Edit/Save (Text Editor)
- SaveAs PDF
- SendAs eMail
- DropBox down/upload
Should there be any problems with a file or score, please do not hesitate to send it to me. I'll fix the application as soon as possible.
This SongBook is clean and intuitive. And it does what it should: it alows you to have your song always with you.
- Add/edit/delete Songs
- Organize songs into Lists
- Search songs by any part of title or author
- Fixed-width font (for easy chords positioning relative to lyrics)
- Full Screen Mode
- Screen stays On when you're in song details
- Share songs (via email, sms, social etc.)
- Adjustable font size
- Light/dark theme
- import from ChordPro format
- import from *.txt, *.pro files (just copy a file to your device, and then open it in any file browser you have)
The advanced Chords Library tool lets you find any guitar chord you need and even shows different ways of playing a chord depending on your skill level. Listening to how a chord sounds is as easy as a single tap on the screen.
“The chord finder has been a big help, in quick situations if I need to look up a chord I'm unfamiliar with, it's got every chord I need right there.” – Keith Wallen, Adelitas Way
- Generate the chords you need to play in seconds
- Easy-to-learn user interface
- Different fingerings for each chord
- Strum string to play and hear chords
How much would you pay to take a Master Class with a Logic pro like Steve H? It typically costs a few hundred dollars for this type of education - but you can have it now for $9.99 ... and there's no need to travel to a university, because you can watch this Master Class on your very own computer!
In this advanced Logic Pro Master Class by Steve H you'll learn some incredible skills for working with beats and other recorded audio files, including Beat Mapping, Fixing & Quantizing recorded audio, Automatic Beat Replacement, adding Swing and Groove to audio recordings, Using Markers, and (best of all?) how to use the Transform Window!
This is an incredibly detailed and in-depth tutorial on some seriously under-utilized features of Logic. But once you see this tutorial, you'll be using these features all the time to speed-up and enhance your music production workflow.
For a full list of the topics covered, check out the Table of Contents below.
Table of Contents:
01. Exploring the Global Tempo Track
02. Real Time vs Musical Time
03. It Should Be Called Grid Mapping!
04. Beat Mapping Midi
05. Where Can You Beat Map?
06. Beat Mapping: Before and After
07. Beat Mapping Audio
08. BM From Region – You're The Conductor
09. Protecting Midi Position
10. The Drummer’s Gone (Now What?)
11. Removing Ghosts by Stripping Silence
12. Advanced Stripping (Dirty Mind!)
13. Quantizing Audio Regions
14. Making Equal Cuts/Doubling a Part
15. Flex Editing Promo
16. Audio to Score/Replacing the Kick
17. Advanced Beat Replacement
18. Automatic Drum Replacement and Doubling
19. Swinging Audio Regions
20. Re-Grooving Audio Regions
21. Quantizing Unstripped Audio Regions
22. The Song
23. The Marker Global Track
24. Creating Markers
25. More Ways to Create Markers
26. Even More Ways to Create Markers
27. On the Fly Markers
28. The Marker List
29. Naming Markers
30. Coloring Markers
31. Editing and Deleting Markers
32. Navigating With Markers
33. Marker Production Notes
34. Marker Key Commands
35. Extended vs. Advanced Region Parameters
36. The Basic Region Parameters
37. Quantize Swing
38. Quantize Strength
39. Humanizing Swing
40. Defining Quantize Range
41. Making Flams or Strums
42. Realistic Strums
43. Groove Template Parameters!
44. Making Parameters Permanent
45. Transform Geography Overview
46. Where is It?
47. Un-Natural Selection!
48. Transform in the Piano Roll
49. Transform Modes
50. Narrowing Selections
51. Narrowing Selections Even More
52. Suppose I Explain Subposition
53. Understanding Operations
54. Humanizing (Igor’s Dream Come True)
55. Making Crescendos
56. Transforming Midi CCs
57. Transforming in the Arrange
58. What Causes Latency in Native Systems?
59. Plug In Delay Compensation Explained (PDC)
60. How and When to Use PDC
61. PDC in Action
62. Low Latency Mode Demystified
63. Low Latency Mode in Action
• Huge catalogue of song chords from Songsterr.com. Unlimited instant access to 130.000+ chords.
• Offline Mode. View previously opened songs offline.
• History. Instantly access songs you viewed recently.
• Favorites. Quickly access your favorite songs.
• Legality. Music creators get paid.
• No hidden fees. Unlimited lifetime access to all songs.
And if the song you are seeking is not there you can easily add it yourself with the Add feature and see it under Favorites. It will at the same time be uploaded to the database and possibly included in the app to the benefit of other users.
And the app will automatically search YouTube so you can hear the song you want. This feature is a fun way to relearn old songs.
All songs are stored in a database on the internet but by adding the song as your favorite it will also be available offline.
Songs will be added if the song you added is free of copyright.
NB: There are no music and chords in this songbook. To this date alle songs in the Songbook is without copyright, which means that the author has been dead for over 70 years (European law).
MusiLearner helps you to learn and practice by numerous exercises related to ear training and music theory.
Several difficulty levels and settings make this app to your ideal musical companion. Whether in the train, at home sitting on the sofa or on a holiday beach, with MusiLearner you have your ear training teacher always there. And if you want to work undisturbed once, just use your headphones.
From section ear training:
- Melody dictation
- Rhythm dictation
- Chord dictation (with and without inversions)
- Function dictation
- Interval dictation
- Scale dictation
From section music theory:
- Read intervals
- Read chords
- Read scales
For each type of exercise you can previously define various settings. For example, how many intervals you want to practice, how much time you have to answer, what intervals you want to practice, if only perfect intervals, or both minor and major, and much more ...
Available languages: English and German
This is the first version that was released. If you find errors despite careful examination, it would be great if you could inform us before giving this app a negative rating. We always strive to offer quality at a fair price, so it would be great if you would also be fair to us giving us the opportunity to correct errors.
Improvements and other exercise ideas are always welcome. Please use the contact information shown below.
We wish you much success and fun while practicing.
The app works when not online, fitted for WiFi tablet etc.
Including 8500 songs chord charts!
Any charts can be transposed.
• Numerous song data!
-7000 over jazz standard songs,
-about 1500 Latin, Bossa nova, Blues, Pops & etc.
that useful for jam session.
• Easy to use
No need any import and set up. You just choose the song name.
Including some utilities, guitar & keyboards chord chart etc.
Chord progressions in music are a lot like the canvas an artists paints on - a multi-purpose canvas, that is. That's because a songwriter can give his or her song a totally different feeling just by altering a few chords under its melody and take the listener on a completely new journey.
In this in-depth course about building chord progressions, Gregg Fine takes you on a harmonic voyage and shows you, step by step, how chord progressions are created and how they can evolve. You learn how to build progressions using techniques such as chromatic passing chords, borrowed harmonies, chords with added tones, and so on. Your ear gets a workout with musical examples that Gregg has created especially for the course. As you progress through this harmonic journey, you get familiar with various types of progressions and you find out how and why knowing how to transpose your chords to a different key is so useful. Gregg also shows you how modulation works and reveals the all-important pivot chord as a way to gently move your listener from one section of your song to another.
So open you ears wide, and get ready to listen deeply to the way chord progressions work inside a song! And while you're here, make sure to brush up on your musical theory with Gregg Fine as your guide.
Table of contents:
2. What is a Chord Progression?
3. Getting Started with Diatonic Progressions
4. Building Diatonic Progressions
5. The 4-Chord Progression
6. The Three Chord Classes
7. Cadences - Part 1
8. Cadences - Part 2
9. Circle Progressions - Part 1
10. Circle Progressions - Part 2
11. Borrowed Chords - Part 1
12. Borrowed Chords - Part 2
13. Secondary Dominants - Part 1
14. Secondary Dominants - Part 2
15. Added Tone Chords in a Progression
16. Added Tone Chords to Accompany Melody
17. Sus Chords in a Progression - Part 1
18. Sus Chords in a Progression - Part 2
19. Passing Chords in a Progression - Part 1
20. Passing Chords in a Progression - Part 2
21. Using Inversions
22. Using Modulation in a Progression - Part 1
23. Using Modulation in a Progression - Part 2
24. Creating Surprise with Fake-Outs!
25. Creating Surprise with Harmonic Rhythm
26. Transposition: Why Do It?
27. Transposition: How To Do It
28. Transposition Exercises
29. Ear Training Exercise
30. Conclusion (and Final Exam)
Transpose songs (3 chords at a time) from capoed positions to open position. Transpose chords from open position to capoed position. See guitar and ukulele chord charts for the following chord variations:
tags: guitar ukulele chord converter convert chart charts instruction tutorial fret fretboard finger fingerboard board music sound notes
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.
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Mono Guitar Free comes with three different sounds, clean, dirty and distortion. You can noodle and riff to your hearts content.
One finger power chords have been added to the latest release, now you can jam with friends.
Use string bends and slides to enhance your playing.
Includes a resizeable 5 fret window (select resize from the menu), the software tries to provide a reasonable sized fretboard for any device, but you can also change it in the menu, just click resize and drag to the size you want.
22 frets are covered in groups of 5, plus half a fret below to allow the zero fret to be played instead of open strings, and sliding into notes.
Long touch the yellow bar then slide to change the fret position.
You can choose to play left handed and the layout will be reversed.
Sorry no shredding, the technology is just not up to it yet!.
The app is aware of different sized devices and tries to position itself so that it is in the easiest position to play. If it doesn't seem correct on your device, please let us know and we will do our best to make it work for you.
For those having trouble with it, it's a monophonic instrument on a touch screen so you need to lift your fingers once the note has finished, more like playing a keyboard, otherwise other notes will not sound.
Please be aware that this app is unlikely to perform satisfactorily on a tablet device due to the distance from the edge of the device to the screen making it an unnatural playing position. Also because of the diversity of screens in use on Android devices some may not respond sufficiently quickly or accurately.
Requires a minimum 320x480 screen.
If you encounter problems with the app, by all means leave comments, but just saying that it is Rubbish does not give us much to work on to improve it. Please let us know what device it isn't working correctly on and an idea of the problem. We may be able to do something about it.
Better still write to us directly so we can get to the bottom of it.
It is not a 'feel good' app, it won't make you sound like Eric unless you can already play guitar like Eric!
Check out my youtube video, just a touch of reverb added to the mix.
It can help you build speed on those tricky runs and arpeggios as well as improving technique and stamina.
Set a start Bpm, Number of increments, Number of bars per increment and an End Bpm and Practise Metronome will steadily increase the speed.
The variable meter (2 - 16 beats) allows practise in different time signatures. Each beat of the meter can be accented to aid counting and playing complex times and rhythms, for example the Flamenco Compás.
Accents can be assigned a different sound to make them more obvious.
An 'easy beat' sound patch enables a simple Drum rhythm to be created. Assign the snare sound to the Accents and choose where you want the snare to be. Plus a Conga beat.
A continuous play option allows the Practise Metronome to function as a conventional metronome with it's speed set by the Start Bpm. A 440 Hz tuning note is also provided.
Data entry is via an on screen Jog Wheel, which prevents the need for constant pop-ups from the keyboard.
The Jog Wheel is also the Start/Stop control.
There are a choice of 10 sounds Agogo, WoodBlock, Hand Claps, Hi Conga, Hi Hat, Lo Conga, Side Stick, Triangle, Bass Drum and Snare which are provided through the Android Media Player via Midi.
The Practise Metronome generates Midi as needed. in testing (on HTC Hero) the metronome was very accurate, as this is ultimately under the control of the media player, this may vary with hardware.
A lead-in is also provided which can give you 1 to 8 bars of count-in and can be assigned to a different sound so you can be sure when the main sequence has started.
When the Practise Metronome is playing, a running indicator is displayed along with the current and previous BPM, allowing you to monitor your progress as your playing improves.
A transport option displays positional information within a sequence which can be changed in real time so you can skip back to a previous tempo without restarting the whole sequence as well as control over beat volumes and the overall media volume for your device.
Contextual help is also available by a long click on any field.
Access to the media player equalizer is provided (only available on Android 2.3 and above). This will allow additional volume if it's currently too low. Please be aware that the settings affect all media played while the metronome is in memory. If you are using headphones check that other media players are set to a comfortable level.
It is possible that the equalizer may not work correctly if you have installed a custom Android ROM on your device, it has been tested with Cyanogen V7-05 on HTC Hero and works fine, along with the Android emulator. If you do find any problems, let us know and we will endeavour to sort them out quickly.
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
There appears to be a large discrepancy in the output volume
of midi files across devices. The volume obtainable is dependant on the midi player in each device. The internal volumes are user controllable if the option is turned on, but the default volumes are set at maximum for the accented beats. If your device is too quiet to be usable, I'm afraid there is nothing more I can do about it. (see above)
If you feel compelled to leave a comment to this effect, please state which device you are using although it is possible that different versions of the same device can have different results, or better still send me an email. If I get enough responses I will post a list of the results.
Midi was chosen to ensure consistent accuracy of timing across devices and performed well on test devices.
Please don't be put off trying the Practise Metronome by this issue, you can always obtain a refund within the rules of the market.
Requires Android 1.6 or later and a device with 240x320 screen or better. Android 2.3 to access the equalizer.