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A 32-bit guitar and piano chord and scale reference tool for Windows 9x/NT. It includes a Chord Identification section and graphical depictions of a guitar fretboard and a piano keyboard. These features serve as a reference for finding all of the notes in a key, the chords in a key and different ways to play these chords. Key-Note has been designed for players of all levels, and beginners will find the includedhelp file to be a good starting point for learning music theory.
- Publisher: Inifnite Dreams
- Last updated: June 19th, 2008
Chord Groover 2.6 is a software for creating chord songs. The software comes with various solo notes as well as cords for creating quality chord songs. It features real sounds and a two handed animated display which helps the user to understand how to play chord changes, with major, minor and 7ths chords.
Allows you to display and print songs with graphical guitar and piano chord definitions. The source files for Chord Pro Manager are in the ChoPro format; a lot of guitar songsavailable on the Internet are also in the ChoPro format. The program includ...
- Publisher: Quilimari Ltda.
- Home page: www.cientec.cl
- Last updated: March 6th, 2008
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The Palette - Melody Composing Tool 4.4.3
Musical Palette - Melody Composing Tool 3.7
- Publisher: Ilya Schepikhin
- Last updated: September 28th, 2008
Comprehensive, integrated music composition and notation software, incorporating scoring, arranging, MIDI and audio sequencing and recording.
- Publisher: Sion Software
- Home page: www.sionsoft.com
- Last updated: November 1st, 2010
Music score editor/automatic accompaniment creator which lets you create, edit, transpose, play, import scanned music, and print music notation without knowing music copyist rules. Supports General MIDI drums, Handbell and Plectrum banjo music.
- Publisher: MusicEase Software
- Home page: www.musicease.com
- Last updated: December 23rd, 2005
If you play the guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass or the ukulele, then this software has been developed to help you.
ChordAlchemy is the new family member of Tonal Alchemy. ChordAlchemy is a great reference tool for both players of chord instruments and for learners. It represents, on the whole, an electronic chord dictionary including many convenient features.
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Chord Pickout is a program that enables you to use your PC to guess chords to your favorite songs. With Chord Pickout, guitar and piano players can get chords to popular songs right away. It comes with a built-in editor allowing you to add or edit chords and lyrics any time.
- Publisher: Luxand Development
- Last updated: August 13th, 2014
Note Attack Pro is a 3D video game that allows you to learn songs quickly and easily. In each round, more of the song will play and you will repeat it. The notes you repeat will show on the piano below and the music staff above. You should also listen to the notes played to remember them (so you can play 'by ear').
- Publisher: Joseph Heimiller and Karl Fasick.
- Home page: musicmasterworks.com
- Last updated: May 1st, 2008
SongFrame is the song development toolkit designed to provide songwriters and recording musicians an integrated and comprehensive set of tools for writing and refining songs. In addition to serving as an overall notebook for a songwriter's ideas, SongFrame allows the user to construct songs using drag & drop icons representing song structure elements.
- Publisher: Tanager Audioworks Inc.
- Last updated: October 23rd, 2008
Guitar Chord Dictionary allows you to find, hear and print any chord and scale in almost any stringed instrument and in several positions and voicings. Also, you can type or paste the lyrics and chords of a song, and the program extracts the chords automatically, also letting you to transpose them. It contains many Western scales, and some exotic scales as well.
Integrated software tools for guitarists, bassists, and other musicians. Includes a guitar tuner, tablature organizer, tab finder, chord library, jam machine, song jam, and much more. Everything the guitarist/musician needs, all in one package.
- Publisher: Astoundit Software, LLC
- Home page: www.astoundit.com
- Last updated: March 26th, 2008
Guitar Chord Buster Pro is an excellent chords encyclopedia for professional guitarists and for beginners with advanced functions. You can set up and play any chord and pick sequences that may be played on a real guitar. You can also compose a melody and select harmonizing chords.
Piano Chord Helper is a tiny application which only purpose is to show the user the correct keys to play when using a chord.
You can see it as a chord dictionary and a useful tool to help you out in remembering the most of them. It’s important to make clear that Chord Helper is not a playing application, instead of that, it only shows you how to play chord on your music keyboard.
- Publisher: Rob Wright
- Home page: www.poorlad.com
- Last updated: March 25th, 2008
Transposer allows you to raise or lower the pitch of any MP3 song without changing the tempo. You can also change the tempo of an MP3 song without changing the pitch. The quality of the recording remains the same. Great for musicians learning songs.
- Publisher: GenTek Solutions
- Last updated: November 24th, 2008
Find chords (more then 3000), select different type and mode play of guitar for playing chords (more then 72000 MIDI files) and songs, songbook. You can use the metronome and MIDI Player for training. You can see how a chord is construction.
- Publisher: BVRSoft
- Home page: www.bvrsoft.com
- Last updated: October 31st, 2012
MAGIX Music Studio 2007 is a powerful yet easy to use application that allows you to record and arrange audio and MIDI music in a professional way. With this incredible program you can take full advantage of the numerous virtual instruments and unbeatable tools for trouble-free home recording, flexible arrangement and perfect sound design on 64 tracks.
- Publisher: MAGIX AG
- Home page: www.magix.com
- Last updated: February 14th, 2008