This app answers the question: “What chord am I playing?”
Finally understand chords with Reverse Chord Finder Pro, the best *inverse* chord dictionary on the App Store. If you’re making music and you don’t know what a certain chord is called, ask Reverse Chord Finder Pro!
“This app is simply awesome! It will accelerate your discovery of new chords in leaps and bounds and raise your level of playing to new heights. I should have discovered this app much earlier!” - A Happy Customer
This is not a regular chord dictionary! Traditional chord dictionaries let you choose a chord and then tell you how to play it. But what if you already know which notes you are playing, yet you just don’t know what to call the chord formed by those notes... That’s where Reverse Chord Finder Pro will help you: simply select two or more notes and the app tells you the names of the chords that match.
This tool is for:
★ Songwriters and composers who need to write down how their compositions are harmonized.
★ Music students who have to analyze the harmony of music or learn how to construct chords.
★ Musicians who play with others. Knowing how to recognize chords will make it easier to communicate with your fellow musicians.
★ Anyone who wishes to understand more about the naming and construction of chords.
Reverse Chord Finder Pro is a great aid to find out the names of the chords that you are playing, to study harmony, and to discover cool new chords. This handy app will help you understand the language of music!
✓ Three different ways to enter notes: Piano keyboard; String Instruments such as guitar, bass, ukulele, mandolin, banjo; and Music Score Notation for analyzing sheet music
You can choose a chord on the piano and see how it could be played on the guitar or what it looks like in sheet music notation
✓ String instruments have 3 to 12 strings, can be played left-handed, with capo
✓ Music score notation has a treble and bass staff, all 12 major and minor keys
✓ Hear the chords with different sounds, as block chord or arpeggio
✓ Extensive chord database – more than 100 chord types!
✓ Also searches for chords that match only partially, which helps to isolate passing melody notes from the actual chord you’re looking for
✓ View the major scale degrees for selected notes to learn how the chord is constructed
✓ Bookmark your chords in the Favorites list
✓ Customize the way chords are notated
Praise from happy users:
“A songwriter’s best friend!”
“I tend to play by ear and stumble upon mysterious chords. This app makes it easy to find out what I’m actually doing. I really enjoy that there are multiple instruments you can use for the input as sometimes I’m on guitar, bass, or keys.”
“Fab app, has helped rehearsals no end!”
“Such a helpful tool for aspiring songwriters looking to tell others how their melodies go!”
“I have found this app very helpful for working out chord accompaniments when away from the piano.”
“It took my guitar study to the next level.”
“If you are a singer/songwriter who has grown up mainly on tabs with little to no knowledge of sheet music, this app will help you write out your songs and have a reference to the chords you use if you save them to your favorites. Spend more time writing music than worrying you’ll forget it!”
“I can look up chords faster than with any other method. Worth much more than the current price.”
“I don’t know how to read sheet music, so I enter the notes into this app and switch over to the piano screen to see what keys to play.”
“With this app I can find out what the chords are ... No more embarrassment in front of the rest of the band!”
“I found this to be very helpful for me so that I can better communicate with my musician friends who read and understand music.”
“If I could save only two of my apps from a burning computer, this is one of the two I’d lasso and pull to safety.”
Download the app now and start discovering chords!