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ChordChord

ChordChord is a useful mobile app that helps you to create the chord progression to make your music and song right on your mobile device.

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    2023-10-19

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  • chord progressions for a slow type song?
    I'm really bad at making chord progressions so I use chordchord. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Looking for chord progressions based on emotions.
    Try this lil app. On desktop they used to let you pick moods but I'm not seeing it on mobile rn - https://chordchord.com/. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • I'm a beginner producer :(
    Here is one I use https://chordchord.com. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Is there a simple app or website that lets you build and loop a melody?
    I'm looking for something like this but for melodies instead of chords: https://chordchord.com/. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Any tips for making a melody?
    I use an online tool called chordchord.com - I get to play as much as I like, experimenting with chord progressions. When I hear something I like, I write down the chords and notes and then key these into my composing software or directly into FL Studio. This tool has made my life easier with creating songs. Source: over 2 years ago
  • songwriting with no musical talent? lol
    Or else, like go to chordchord.com and randomly generate a chord progression and do the same. Source: over 2 years ago
  • How do I learn to make good music for a game?
    Start off with something (say a progresion from https://chordchord.com/), or even easier, use FL's riff generator and keep pressing random until you have something that sounds like your game (in terms of tempo and energy), then tweak things a little, export it, put it in the game, and try it for a while. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Any chord progression apps/programs similar to "ChordChord" you can recommend?
    ChordChord does all of this, but the problem is that (unless I'm missing some hard-to-find option) you're limited to a chord progression of just 4 chords. Which also translates to a chord progression that is only 4 measure long, usually. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Whats a fun hobby that anyone can pick up to past time?
    You don't need to know that much about music theory to start just learn like what chords are. You can use chordchord.com to generate chord progressions for you and just hum and sing over the progressions until u are happy. I have a ton of songs on my recorder app on my phone. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Any free chord progression generator plugin like scaler 2?
    There's also a site called chordchord.com that can be used and can have fun with it, but like hooktheory.com you have to subscribe if you want to download the midis. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Making national anthems
    GarageBand maybe? If you have trouble creating tunes you can steal some from real life anthems and or this website right here. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • An Alto Clarinet solo I plan to try and put into a piece, critiques and comments please!
    -If I was aiming for some sort of repeated melody like this I would be exploring how to give it context with chordal accompaniment. (Full disclosure, I'm a jazz guy) Initially I'm thinking about using some sort of turn around leading to a D minor 7 where the fermata is. Use this tool. My very quick thoughts are Gm Am Em Dm7. Listen to how that provides tension, but also allows for it to resolve into bar 7 into... Source: almost 3 years ago
  • IWTL how to play keyboard chords and create my own songs
    Chordchord.com is gonna be your friend for something like this. You can choose any chords you want in a progression and it shows you which notes to hit. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • No Stupid Questions Thread
    There's also website "Generators" like chordchord.com and autochords.com. Source: about 3 years ago
  • How to Learn Chords?
    If you want to cheat (like I do), go to chordchord.com or download the app and just make whatever chord progression fits the vibe of your song. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Looking for a simple chart with tons of chord progressions
    I’ve found https://chordchord.com to be super useful. Easy to use and has, what seems to be, endless progressions. Source: about 3 years ago

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