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Chordify: Automatically Recognize The Guitar Chords Used In a Song

moin 08-05-2013

Are you just starting out with playing the guitar The 10 Best Free Apps to Help You Learn to Play Guitar Learning to play a musical instrument isn't easy! Fortunately, these free apps will help you learn to play guitar. Read More ? Is there a popular acoustic song that you really want to learn how to play? If so, there are a countless number of websites available, dedicated to the sole purpose of providing visitors with guitar tabs and guitar chords for many popular songs.

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But what if the song you are looking for is not popular? What if you recorded the audio using your cellphone of a friend playing the guitar? In other words, what if the chords for the song you are looking for are not available online? In such a situation, what you will find extremely helpful is a website called Chordify.

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Chordify is a web service completely free to use. The website’s target audience is beginner guitarists who cannot detect the chords played in a song using their ear. This application uses an intelligent algorithm to automatically detect the chords being played in a song. Understandably, this works for acoustic songs the best. For more complicated songs that have overlapping guitars and numerous other sounds, the app is not very accurate.

You start by creating an account on the website and then uploading the audio file of which you want the chords detected. Alternatively, you can provide the URL for the SoundCloud or YouTube page of the song in which case you will not need to create an account on the site. The song is then analyzed by the website and its chords are displayed as the song is being played.

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Features:

  • A user friendly web service.
  • Analyzes a song and shows its chords.
  • Supports songs that are stored locally on your computer.
  • Supports online songs from SoundCloud and YouTube.

Check out Chordify @ http://chordify.net

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  1. Deveril D
    May 9, 2013 at 12:17 pm

    I wish I'd had this in 1986 when I started playing the guitar!