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Chordify - Tune into Chords

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Chordify turns any music or song (YouTube, Deezer, SoundCloud, MP3) into chords.

Chordify is a music player that extracts chords from musical sources like Soundcloud, Youtube or your own files, and shows you which chord to play when. The aim of Chordify is to make state-of-the-art music technology accessible to a broader audience. Our interface is designed to be simple: everyone who can hold a musical instrument should be able to use it. So grab your guitar, piano or ukulele and get into the groove. Chordify - Tune into Chords.

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Marta SDec 21, 2022

The best tool for chords!

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Jorge San MartínAug 16, 2017

Needs premium even for test if it works

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A Chrome Web Store userJun 2, 2017

Subscribed to premium (web version) and immediately cancelled when I discovered it "assumes every song is in 4/4" (with an option to change it to only 3/4 as an alternate) and no chord extensions at all. The former should have been thought of from inception, I can understand the latter being a little more difficult. At a price like that, chord extensions are a must. I will resubscribe in the future if alternate time sigs and chord extensions are added.

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