Chord/Scale Finder; Sherlock L

Chord/Scale Finder; Sherlock L

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Sherlock is a user-definable, library based (reverse) chord and scale finder. Simply touch some keys of the chord / scale you want to look up, Sherlock will find it for you.

> 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.)

> Sound
3-octave ranged piano sounds have been recorded with a high quaity audio device.

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** This is a lite version. Some features are limited and ads can be displayed.

Comments and ratings for Chord/Scale Finder; Sherlock L
  • (69 stars)

    by johnythestring on 10/04/2014

    To sing scales and chords, need to add descending arpeggio, and symbolic notation for notes (1 b3 5....) Thanks

  • (69 stars)

    by Ghavin Johnson on 04/04/2014

    Yeah cool app!

  • (69 stars)

    by Aaron Steinhorst on 21/03/2014

    Useful app for students and musicians! Only thing I don't like is that it doesn't play the chord notes simultaneously. Just one note at a time. Oh well good enough!

  • (69 stars)

    by Estell South on 12/03/2014

  • (69 stars)

    by gerold wilson on 28/02/2014

    Great App very useful I've used it a couple times and it helps me when I get stuck.

  • (69 stars)

    by Thomas Changs on 05/02/2014


  • (69 stars)

    by Irving Collier on 29/01/2014

    Nice voiceing jazz chords will be nice.