Lefty? No problem! The settings of the app show you all the finger postures for the left or right hand, whatever you want! And while you’re testing the settings, you can also adjust the volume.
Let’s play some chords! Select your instrument, then the chord (the key and type of chord). Now play him! You will also see how this chord appears in the form of notes (piano) or in the form of chord diagrams (string instruments). You’ll also see where your fingers must be to play the chord.
With just one click you can change the instrument and play the same chord or another.
Chords Maestro can also help you to develop chord sequences for your songs, instrumental pieces or practice sessions. Select your instrument, then the first chord and click the plus sign. Add your next chord and click Back on the plus. Continue until you have your desired chord sequence. You can change the order of chords as you wish. If you also want to sing to your piece, you can transpose the chords higher or lower depending on your vocal range. If you want to use the chord sequence more often, you can save it in your favorites.
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Hello and welcome to chords-Maestro!
This app helps you to find the right chords for each of the 7 selectable instruments – piano, bass guitar, ukulele, banjo, mandolin and Balalaika. Chords maestro also shows instrument-specific notes or chord diagrams for your chosen chord, and the finger position on your instrument. Prefer another instrument? Go ahead! Chords Maestro shows you how your chord looks and sounds on another instrument!
Let’s start with the settings. If you’re right-handed, here’s the picture of your left hand, if you’re left-winged. This function is not available for the piano. You can also adjust the volume here.
Let’s get started with the piano chords. We choose a chord, the key and the type of chord. You can see how this chord looks in the form of notes, and in the form of marked piano keys. You also see where your fingers must lie to play this chord. Let’s play!
Let’s switch to another instrument, like the guitar. We’re going to play the same chord. See how the notes have turned into a guitar chord chart? And here are the guitar handles. and a picture of the finger positions for this chord on a guitar fingerboard. Let’s play the same chord on all instruments! See how the notes, chord diagrams and images adapt to the chosen instrument.
You can also create whole chord sequences. Select your instrument, then a chord, then click the plus sign. Add to add your next chord. Click again the Plus. Continue until you have created your desired sequence. You can rearrange the chords the way you want. When you are about to sing to your piece of music, you can transpose the chords according to your vocal range. If you want to save your sequence now, go to Favorites, save, enter a name for your sequence, done! That’s it! Have fun with chords maestro!