Darmstadt, Germany – Neonway, a mobile app development company, has released Chords Compass 1.0, the company’s music app for iOS and Android devices. Chords Compass helps beginner musicians find the chords on the instrument of their choice, try them out on a virtual fret board or keyboard, and learn their chord diagrams or music notes. More advanced players can learn how to play several instruments.
For string instruments, users can change the position of their chord on the fret board, and the app will show them how many chords of their selected key and type are available in this new position, as well as their chord diagrams. For piano, the users can tap the inversion buttons on the bottom of the app window to invert their chord.
Chords Compass includes:
* 7 instruments: piano, guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, banjo, mandolin, balalaika
* Right- and left-handed player support
* Instrument-specific chord diagrams or music notes
* Authentic sound
* Adjustable volume
This is what our customer says about Piano Chords Compass, an earlier app that is now included in Chords Compass: “Piano Chords Compass lives up to its name – a truly reliable COMPASS for learning/finding, keyboard/piano chords. Thoughtfully designed for practical use. Attractive interface. I made the right choice with this one.” – by Okay, it’s me!, Aug 4, 2015
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 9.1 or later
* 46.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Chords Compass 1.0 is $8.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category. Promo codes are available to members of the press. There is also a free version of this app, Chords Compass Lite, available on the App Store. Chords Compass is also available on Google Play. For more information about Chords Compass, please contact Max Schlee.
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