Guitar Chords Pro is the Ultimate chord dictionary and reference. It shows and plays over two thousand Guitar Chords in a pictorial representation of a Fret board. The main feature here is ease of use. Gestures allow the ability to play any chord with a downward swipe and one or two clicks for fantastic ease of use. Speech Recognition allows vocalization of a chord, which then shows the chart for the chord's first voicing. Text-to-Speech speaks the name of the chord, and then the chord is played. The tempo (speed at which it is played), octave, instrument, chord volume, spoken volume and spoken pitch can all be tailored from the preferences activity. Swiping left changes the display of the chord so that it toggles whether you are in Finger Mode or Note Mode. Finger mode shows which fingers are to be used to play the note on top of each note in white. Note mode shows the name of the note instead and uses an orange background to show its mode. Swiping upward toggles the pitch of the chords to play in either 12 string (for a fuller sound) or 6 string mode for a more traditional effect. 128 MIDI instrument sounds can be selected in the paid app, as well as the benefit of all swiping gestures, Speech Recognition to play chords and modify other features, and the elimination of the Advertising banner. Major, Minor, Seventh, and 36 other chord qualities are supported, as well as sounds for Bass, Acoustic, and Electric Guitars. The next released version will support Guitar Tab (Tablature) (Guitar Chords Tab). What are the guitar chords that are most often used? Guitar A chords thru G chords are, and are easily selected. If you have recently gone to Guitar Center, and purchased an instrument with names like Gibson Les Paul, Fender Stratocaster, or Melody Maker, then this Chord Finder app is for you. As a beginner or as a professional, comfortable playing advanced jazz progressions, inversions, intervals or variations, this chord key chart app will allow you to lookup diagrams of chord notations like flash cards. It shows hand positions in the key of C thru B with 36 voicings in the full dictionary of over 2000 chords showing notes in music notation. This jazz chord chart maker may save you from taking lessons and instruction in music theory, plucking strings to play songs in many scales and tunings. Do the exercise of transposing sounds from one key to the other. This is the ultimate sheet music.
(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)
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