Tanager AudioWorks, Inc. announces the availability of Chorducopia™ — perhaps the most innovative and useful chord library available for songwriters, recording musicians and music educators. Chorducopia contains a searchable database with over 50 chords for every key, and runs on both Windows and Mac computers. The tool allows the user to search for possible chord substitutions as well as listen to the chord played by a variety of guitars and pianos. The chord library was developed from extensive research of rock, pop, country, jazz and blues music. High quality audio recordings of every chord being played are utilized, eliminating the need for special MIDI hardware or software. The user can simply click on a chord name and it will play on any computer equipped with any sound card. Chorducopia takes advantage of the new Adobe AIR™ rich internet application (RIA) development environment.
"Chorducopia will appeal to songwriters looking to both build chord progressions and look for potential chord substitutes to keep their music interesting and original. Guitar students can also hear how chords should sound if fingered properly, and musicians in general can use the tool to expand their chord vocabulary" says Scott Bausback, Tanager Audioworks President.
The product is available for $34.99 as both an immediate download from the company's website or as a shipped CD-ROM. Product demonstration videos as well as a demonstration version can also be found online.
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