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ChordLab
ChordLab
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ChordLab free download for Mac

ChordLab for Mac3.2.7

08 August 2018

Explore chords and harmony in context.

What is ChordLab for Mac

ChordLab is a unique music application that tackles advanced concepts in harmony. So beware - this is not the generic chord-book app that guitar players use to look up a diagram for an E or A chord. ChordLab deals with harmony as a whole. Instead of displaying two or three diagrams for that E chord ChordLab puts it into context, lets you play around with it by applying inversions, voicings or adding tensions - concepts that make much more sense once one steps away from TAB and diagrams for a second and also takes a look at music notation.

What's new in ChordLab

Version 3.2.7:
  • Finalized the transition to a full general MIDI sound library.
  • Some outstanding issues were fixed as well and ChordLab gets a new icon.
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Wts
Wts
Jan 5 2015
3.1.5
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Jan 5 2015
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Version: 3.1.5
And so 2 years later... If you have an app at the Store are you not allowed to offer a demo/try to the customer before you ask them to plunk down 15 bucks ? Or on the other perhaps you don't care about the potential customers and expect them to be stupid and buy without trying your programme ?
Wts
Wts
Jun 8 2013
3.1.0
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Jun 8 2013
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Version: 3.1.0
It's a shame that there is no try before you buy download.
Baron0902
Baron0902
Mar 1 2013
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Mar 1 2013
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Version: 3.0
The DEVELOPER is not only the real profi, but just a genious . I would have purchased this software even for any sum ! No words can evaluate the man himself & his creation. My bow & honor. Waldemar Edler von Rennenkampf.