Songs
Songs
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Songs free download for Mac

Songs1.6.4

16 January 2017

Song-sheet editor.

Overview

Songs lets you quickly capture the essence of your chord arrangement for a song by adding chord voicings to song lyrics. In a few clicks, add or change chord diagrams. Drag and drop diagrams to copy or move them to a different location. Songs plays the notes as you enter the chords and automatically suggests chord names and fingerings. When you are done, make a beautiful printout, or export to PDF. And you can always go back and make quick adjustments when you find an even better way to play the song.

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

What's new in Songs

Version 1.6.4:
  • Ignore accidental micro drags when editing chord diagrams

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2 Reviews of Songs

Kihoalu
27 November 2015
Version: 1.6.2

Most helpful

What does this actually DO?
There is no video, there is scant description of what I am getting for my $20.

What am I dropping it into? A pdf? Another application? An rtf file?
Does it drop at the head of a document, or can I drop it anywhere? Is it editable after being dropped?

I have a need for a chord chart application. Especially if it can be edited, versatile in voicings (a large catalog of alternate fingerings).

There appears to be a “PRO” version for more money & there is a ChordMate app that seems to do much of the same. I have no way to determine which suits me best.

Except that I can’t say what “THIS” is, because I can’te tell if it suits my need, or is what I would like it to be without dropping my cash first.

I cannot tell if this is a great app, or a lame one withour more information. If it IS a good one, they are doing themselves a disservice.
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Leesa
11 September 2016
Version: 1.6.3
I dig that this does Lyrics and Chord Diagrams. Can it do a Lead Sheet also?
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Kihoalu
27 November 2015
Version: 1.6.2
What does this actually DO?
There is no video, there is scant description of what I am getting for my $20.

What am I dropping it into? A pdf? Another application? An rtf file?
Does it drop at the head of a document, or can I drop it anywhere? Is it editable after being dropped?

I have a need for a chord chart application. Especially if it can be edited, versatile in voicings (a large catalog of alternate fingerings).

There appears to be a “PRO” version for more money & there is a ChordMate app that seems to do much of the same. I have no way to determine which suits me best.

Except that I can’t say what “THIS” is, because I can’te tell if it suits my need, or is what I would like it to be without dropping my cash first.

I cannot tell if this is a great app, or a lame one withour more information. If it IS a good one, they are doing themselves a disservice.
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