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Guitar Kit - Guitar Chords

Guitar Kit - Guitar Chords
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Guitar Kit is super convenient tool for searching guitar chord forms.
You can search almost fingering form and display it. Guitar Kit has enough huge preset library.
And you can create your original fingering forms.

Guitar Kit has very large preset library, but you can view a target chord form so easily!
You can directly select a chord form by smooth scrolling cell or focus on a little chord forms by typing a part of chord name. You can search by various Enharmonic Equivalents.
If you tap the guitar diagram, play each note. And if you select a chord in the list or cell, play chord any times.

Favorites Tab allows to memory your favorite chord forms.
And Chart allows to view more than one chord, so it’s especially convenient for you to confirm chord forms in specific song.
Display doesn’t dim during working. It can be trusted to think other thing or play songs.

Make tab allows to create your original chord forms.
You can handle those as like preset library completely.
Of course you can add new chord form similar to existing chord form using Duplicate Form function easily.
And you can slide decided chord form to left or right. So you can add chord forms changed Root note in succession.
Suggest Form suggests randomly new chord form contains selected notes on 1 octave keyboard.
And Guess Name suggests chord name by decided chord form or selected notes on 1 octave keyboard.

Scale Tab allows to view many popular scales.
And also you can find matched chords with a scale you selected.

You can change mode to left hand or right hand for all frets.
And you can toggle setting Note Name / Interval for each fret notes.

You can export data you’ve created to Mail and Dropbox and others And you can restore it at any time.
And also, you can export Chart Chord Forms as SMF(Standard MIDI File) to Mail and Dropbox and others, so you will be able to use as Chord Progression if you import it to your DAW.
By the way, Guitar Kit exports Chord Name as Marker.

Advanced Option :
When you’ll buy this low price add-on, you can use more Chords and Scales. It will provide a complete set usually.

You can read full function description at support page.

What's New in Version 6.0

Added Chart View in Favorites Tab. Chart View allows you to view more than one chord and play automatically.
You can export SMF(Standard MIDI File) to Mail, Dropbox and others (Chord Name will be export as Marker). Already tested by importing to Logic Pro X on Mac. If you export SMF to Dropbox, you need to install Dropbox app. And Guitar Kit doesn’t recommend exporting to Evernote.
You can import SMF. Official support of this feature is only SMF made by Guitar Kit and future version of Piano Kit and future version of Chord NOTE.
You are able to use 3 buttons (Favorites, Add Chart, Duplicate) now on all Chord Form cells.
Guitar Kit don’t stop other app’s music no more.
Remove iTunes File Sharing feature, enabling the export and import of data instead. Data includes Original Chord Forms, Favorite Chord Forms, Chart Chord Forms and etc. Destination is Mail and Dropbox and others.
Beats of one bar can now be represented up to 99. And if you press and hold the button, you can change beat count continuously.
Fixed other minor issues.


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