Chord Database Navigation Page
This page enables you to navigate our chord database.
The goal of our database is to provide information on how chords are constructed for the guitar, and their forms of execution.
The database classifies chords by importance and difficulty level. We hope you find it useful!
Navigate our database:
Search the chords database (symbol, name or designation):
NEW Find the right name for ANY chord. Input the notes and optionally the key and lowest pitch (for inversions) and get the right name for that chord.
Beta Online chord finder using your device mic. Play the chord to your device and our app will try to name the chord. No external plugins required. Real time graph of played notes.
Beta Online live guitar tuner with no external plugins required.
Note spectrum real time sketch.
Tunning resolution of 1/17th of a halftone and range from D2 to F4.
NEW The Chord Calculator lets you find all reasonable combinations of a chord voicing/shape on the guitar frets.
You may specify your own chord (notes) or select a standard chord.
NEW Our chord finder for guitar and piano lets you search chords that fit a set of notes, go well together with other chords and fit the music scales you want.
Helps you find the scales that fit a particular melody or chord progression. Use this tool to complete your song or to identify the correct scales to solo.
Analyses your song or chord to progression.
It allows you to identify underlying scales to the progression
and suggests new chords to resolve your song.
Searches the chord database for chords that have a specific set of notes.
It allows flexibility on the key tone of the chord or on the complexity of the chord.
Enables you to browse our Musical Scale Database. The database provides information about scale structure, harmonized chords and related scales.
Our chord database has all types of chords,
alternative designations and alternative charts.
Piano chord charts also available!
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