The DeChorder is a tool for "Changing Chords at your Fingertips", Which can be likened to "The Door to your Keys".
★ "Essential Tools for 2012" - WIRED Magazine ★
★ "A truly useful practice tool." - Guitar World ★
★ Best Apps of the Week - Gizmodo ★
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MAKES LEARNING GUITAR FUN
Practice jamming, learning scales and soloing to 5 great sounding jam tracks right from your Android device (plus more with in-app purchase)! Our easy-to-read scale charts show you exactly where to put your fingers to start sounding like a pro. See for yourself why thousands of guitarists love our jam track apps!
NINEBUZZ AWARDS AND HIGHLIGHTS
★ Guitar World - Top 15 Guitar Apps
★ Gizmodo - Best Apps of the Week
★ IK Multimedia (Makers of Amplitube/iKlip) - App of the Week
★ Premier Guitar - Pocket Power Tools
★ Apple - Featured - What's Hot
★ AppAdvice - "You'll be anxious to practice your chords and scales"
★ iPhoneAppCafe - Top 5 Apps for Guitarists
✔ A Major / A Minor
✔ B Major / B Minor
✔ C Major / C Minor
✔ D Major / D Minor
✔ E Major / E Minor
✔ F Major / F Minor
✔ G Major / G Minor
✔ Acoustic Blues
✔ Humbucker Blues
✔ Major Pentatonic
✔ Minor Pentatonic
HOW IT WORKS:
1. Pick a key to start playing the track.
2. Tap 'Chords' to see what chords are being played (rhythm)
3. Tap 'Scales' to see the scale charts for that key (lead)
★CHANGE THE STYLE AT ANY TIME!★
Learn the chord progression for each track, and then jump over to practicing scales. Guess what? There are only 5 'shapes' of the pentatonic scale to memorize! Once you know them up and down, learn where they start for each key. Soon, you'll be able to solo like a pro. Gain more versatility by playing in different modes (major/minor/blues major/blues minor) too.
WHAT IS THE PENTATONIC SCALE?
It simply means 5-note scale. It is widely used in virtually every style of music, and is one of the most important scales a guitarist can learn. There are 5 shapes, or finger patterns, to memorize. These never change; only the starting position changes for each key. Once you learn one key, the rest will come easy!
TIPS FOR THE SCALE CHARTS:
- Black dots are regular notes.
- Red dots are 'root notes'. These are notes of the key you are in.
- Blue dots are 'passing notes'. Including these notes puts you in a Blues mode.
PLEASE VISIT NINEBUZZ.COM/FAQ FOR HELP
PRACTICE SCALES WITH EASE
Major and Minor Pentatonic scale charts are included for every key. We show you where to put your fingers - just start playing a track, load up the scales and go! You're instantly jamming with the band.
FOR RHYTHM AND LEAD PLAYERS
Every track has a listing of chords that are used in the track, along with scale charts - practice rhythm or lead with ease!
A GREAT INVESTMENT
You will get hours and hours of use out of this little app. Practicing guitar shouldn't be boring - download this app today and make practice fun!
IT'S SO EASY TO USE
We created the simplest, fastest and most enjoyable way to practice guitar on a mobile device. Just tap a key and hit play!
Practicing your scales is the best way to get comfortable with the fretboard. Once your learn the 5 different shapes of the pentatonic scale in every key, you'll be able to play along and solo to nearly any song!
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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
Chordinator lets you view, organise, edit, print, share and transpose guitar chords/tab sheets.
Now with chord/tab download. Not tied to any websites. Download chords/tab to disk and use the apps built in editor.
Use the full screen mode and auto scroll leaving your hands free to focus on the music. All songs are stored on the phone so no need for an Internet Connection, and means that the app is very fast. The new SetList feature let you organise your songs into Sets for even quicker access to the song you want. Transpose instantly and the key is remembered the next time you view the song. There is an option to save the transposed song to disk.
The Chordinator supports ordinary text files as well as the popular ChordPro/chopro song format. The app lets you convert between the two formats. chordie.com is a great source for songs in ChoPro format. An example chopro song is supplied for those not familiar with the format.
There are two colour schemes - Black on White and White on black, and the app can optionally run in Full screen mode. The font size is easily changed to suit your eyes and your device. The app automatically wraps the song to fit the width of the screen so you don't have to scroll left and right as well as up and down.
Please be fair and contact me at email@example.com before giving me a low rating. I always try to fix problems straight away. Please also contact me if you have questions or suggestions for improving the app. I am continually working to make this the best chord viewer app on the Market.
Please check out the free version of the app here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bondevans.chordinator to understand what the app does. This app is supported by Ads.
This enhanced version has been totally redesigned to make it easier for you to organise and view your song chords and sets. Transpose, Auto-scroll and Set lists all help you get the best out of your performance. Store and retrieve your files from dropbox or a file manager.
The Augmented version has a completely new user interface. It moves away from using a file browser to use a Library-style listing which allows your songs to be sorted by title, artist, favorites and when they were last accessed. Every time you open up a new song file it is added to the library list and you don't need to access it from the file browser again. Set lists are integrated into the "library" in a much more intuitive way and editing set lists and adding songs is much easier.
Internet search has been improved in this version - it is no longer restricted to chordie.com
Editing is also improved. Its now really easy to add chopro tags and chord brackets to your songs.
You can import the scroll-speed settings from standard Chordinator (v2.7) - see the Preferences screen.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any problems with the app or any suggestions for improving it. Please help me to correct any bad translations.
I hope you enjoy the new app.
Guitar Chords PG is a very simple chords library app for Phones and Tablets with many fundamental chords for learning and quick reference.
The all-in-one interface makes the chords search practical and easy.
Simply tap the "chord key", and the corresponding chord with all variations (by scrolling up) will be showed on your display. Simple as that!
Guitar Chords (Pocket Guide) Features:
1 - Universal app.
2 - Easy to use interface for looking up chords - everything is on the one screen.
3 - Chord types: Major, Minor, 4th, 5th, 5th+, 7th, 7th+, 9th, 9th-, 9th+, 11th, 13th, Dim.
The app contains ALL NECESSARY CHORDS to be able to play the songs ON 7 MUSIC INSTRUMENTS (piano, guitar, bass, ukulele, mandolin, banjo and balalaika)! The app was designed with the goal in mind to make it possible for you to play all these chords WITHOUT ANY EXPERIENCE!
It offers the ideal solution for bands, because all music instruments, in the app, are connected to each other, which gives the UNIQUE POSSIBILITY to transform the chords from one instrument to another!
Take advantage of clear, easy-to-use interface and learn the basic and advanced chord charts.
- create your own song books, save and load the chords of your favourite songs,
- see the chords in notes representation, in keys and in standard string representation, in TAB-representation and as coloured photos in one position,
- listen to the chords you picked with original instrument sound,
- transpose the chords to level which is optimal for you.
On the main screen, create a new song to get started. Long-press a song to rename or delete it. Click on a song to begin adding your chords.
On the transposer screen, add all of your original chords and the table below it will automatically refresh with the same progression in each key. Click on a chord to modify/delete it, or insert another chord before/after it.
For questions or comments, or to submit a bug report, please feel free to e-mail me.
Keywords: chord, chords, key, keys, guitar, transpose, transposer
- 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 .
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* See artist list, song list, and guitar chord
* Search artist
* Transpose / change the tone
* Change text size on guitar chord section
* Add guitar chords diagram
* Save song as favorite
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!
Full fingerings show you which fingers to put where, with barres clearly labeled to get you up and down the fretboard.
Clean, clear interface makes choosing chords a snap.
Full left handed support for all fingerings.
Strum to hear any chord played from gorgeous, crisp audio samples. Sounds great from the phone speaker, or headphones to brush up on chords in private.
It includes GuitarPro tabs, Guitar tabs, Bass tabs, Chords and Drum tabs. Additional there can be searched for information about the found tracks and artists via Last Fm.
☆ Access to more than 500000 guitar tabs & chords
☆ Opens .gp3, .gp4 and .gp5 tabs
☆ Player function for Guitar Pro tabs
☆ Fullscreen mode
☆ Download function
☆ Searching for YouTube music videos for songs
☆ Search filter by guitar tablature type
☆ Zoom and minimize of tab view
☆ Displays in portrait and landscape mode
☆ Favorite management
☆ Adjustable Autoscroll
☆ Query band and song info
☆ Displays diagrams for chords
☆ Displays your search history
✓ 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!
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
> 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.
It also shows the strongest bass and melody.
Chord types recognized are:
Major, minor, 7 Maj, 7 min, +5, 4.
If you like this application, please consider Musician Friend SE (supporter edition) to support the development.
On the supporter edition you can find improvements like
recognition of others chords (maj7, 6, dim, dim7, 7sus4, maj7, 7+5),
and noise/drums detection inside music.
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.