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  • iChord Software?

    Anyone use the iChord Software? It professes to analyze mp3s and give you the chords being played in the music. And the latest version (2.x) suggests it can give you lyrics as well (which I find hard to believe).

    Just wondering if anyone has any experience with this program.
    <div class="signaturecontainer">Phil Clark<br />
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    That sounds interesting. I've tried a similar product (Chordata, I think?) and found it pretty confusing to use...
    I notice there's a trial version of iChord on their website; why not try it out?
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    • #3
      FWIW-tried the free trial, and ended up deleting it; it crippled Media Player (!) until I started hand-stopping processes.
      <div class="Won't Deal with Bluesmann; counterfeit guitar proponent">Larry<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><b r><br><br><br>Proud Member: <b>Mazi Bee Milita</b><br><br><br><br>Great deals With: <b>messiahofevil</b>, <b>Belt</b>. <b>xtchc1978</b>, <b>baddmann28</b>, <b>Overwhelmed987</b>,<b>OldGtrNovice</b>,<b>Ejendres</b> and <b>SlaveUnit</b><br>Won't deal with: Bluesmann (counterfeit guitar fan)</div><br>

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      • #4
        That sounds interesting. I've tried a similar product (Chordata, I think?) and found it pretty confusing to use...
        I notice there's a trial version of iChord on their website; why not try it out?


        I am on a Mac, and there is only a PC version of the software. I have downloaded demos of both iChord and Crossover (PC emulation on the mac without the need for Windows) but so far it doesn't seem to be working properly. If I can get it to work, I would happily buy both programs.
        <div class="signaturecontainer">Phil Clark<br />
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        FOH/Monitor Mixer - Sound On Site</div>

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        • #5
          Anyone use the iChord Software? It professes to analyze mp3s and give you the chords being played in the music. And the latest version (2.x) suggests it can give you lyrics as well (which I find hard to believe).

          Just wondering if anyone has any experience with this program.

          Yeah, I've tried this software, and its cool, very interesting...

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