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Hey Bro, What Key is That In??
I am not a classically trained musician. In fact, everything I know is self taught. That being said, my ear can hear when something is off, but I can’t tell you why or what note is causing the all fuss. This also prevents me from here some chords and knowing which chords they are. There is the perfect program out there. One that I want, but is about $600, last I checked. It’s called Melodyne from Celemony. All the pros use it. It obviously is for much more than telling the user where a note sits, but that information is for another time.
As luck would have it though. I came across a free chord analyzer for the PC, that isn’t half bad. Click here to download it. I also suggest you visit the developers website a for more information and other goodies.
The CLAM project is pleased to announce the first stable release of Chordata, which is released in parallel to the 1.4.0 release of the CLAM framework.
Chordata is a simple but powerful application that analyses the chords of any music file in your computer. You can use it to travel back and forward the song while watching insightful visualizations of the tonal features of the song. Key bindings and mouse interactions for song navigation are designed thinking in a musician with an instrument at hands.
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