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Chordica for iPhone now available

Chordica for iPhone has arrived. There's also another video which explains the use of the app. Not sure I got it though.

Chordica for iPhone available at the iTunes App Store

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Anonymous said...

I think I understand it, but the bit about playing inverted chords seems overly involved. And does this just play block chords, or is there some kind of arpeggio feature?

ashley said...

Not sure about this app really. I haven't tried it as yet, but I'm not really sure I'm going to.

Joash Chee said...

A new video has been uploaded to show how you can start playing using simple Tandem Movement. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to using this instrument. :)


Joash Chee said...

As for arpeggio, there is something known as 'Form' on the instrument. I will do up a quick video to show this in action.

Joash Chee said...

Just uploaded a new video about using Forms in Chordica. That sorta sheds some light on the 'arpeggio' feature. When Chordica is updated with an internal metronome/clock, it should be able to implement an unlimited number of Forms, including user-programmable ones. :)


ashley said...

Thanks for keeping me up to date with what you're doing. Please stay in touch.

Joash Chee said...

You're welcome! I'm actually the one that needs to do the thanking. Without Palm-Sounds, I don't think I'll be getting the same kind of exposure that I witness now. :)

I have an open forum for anyone to join at scorelessmusic.com/forum and that's where users can request for song sheets and demos.

Here's an example of a person requesting a song and me trying to help him with it.


In case you can't read the posts for whatever reason, this is the direct link to the tutorial I made to help teach that person. I hope to be able to do more of such since my vision for creating the Chordica is to make it easy for learners to pick up music quickly.


Joash Chee said...

Just wanted to drop a note to inform you that I'm starting a compilation of number sheets that focuses on popular love songs over the years. I'm hoping to tie this in with Valentine's Day. The direct link to the song sheets is:


It should be noted that the compilation is ongoing and has not reached 101 love songs yet. :)

Some other related updates. I've submitted a 3rd app called Chord/Changer that places a handy pocket reference for folks who want to convert alphabet chord sheets into numbers. It's a free app and you can find the links and blurb at http://chordchanger.scorelessmusic.com

My first app, KeyFinder will be updated to version 1.1 soon. It will now include the ability to play along with the music on your iPod or iPhone, making it a logical choice to find the keys of the songs on your device itself. It also shows the relative minor keys now as a toggle on the Keys Display. These were the two major features that users requested. I've also changed the website so that the blurb page is at http://keyfinder.scorelessmusic.com

iphoneapppodcast.com did a video review which was quite cool. The guy said he only took '5 seconds' to figure it out. And 148apps.com did a fair review, pointing out the strengths and weaknesses but thankfully giving it an above average rating, and even said that Chordica may one day rival the likes of Noise.io! Woot! :)

We're working on an exciting, and major, revision for Chordica that I believe will showcase another possible 'revolutionary' idea when it comes to a musical instrument that's built from ground up as an accompaniment piece. Will keep you informed.

Have a great week!

Joash Chee said...

Hi there!

Just wanted to give you a heads-up on an update to Chordica, now at version 1.2! Two new features are an improved metronome feature that's almost a drum machine and the ability to select different sounds for Bass and Harmony.

Do check out the update video where I demo "Don't Stop Believing" and "I'm Yours" with NeuMET1K and iNSTRUMENTS.


A free Chordica Lite Edition has also been uploaded to the App Store. I hope it will be a fun and free way for people to give the Chordica method a spin before committing to purchase the full version.