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With this application you will be able to recognize guitar chords (first 40 seconds) extracted from any song stored on your android device. Upgrade to PRO version (from main menu) enables full song processing.Imagine that you have a guitar and burn with the desire to play one loved song. But you dont know the chords. One of the first ideas that can come up to your mind is to surf the Internet. If the song is quite popular, it is likely that you will find numerous versions of guitar chords and tabs. But sometimes, the quality of the chords produced by an amateur leaves much to be desired. You can find yourself in a more difficult situation if the song is not among the latest hits from the top charts, or has just been released. There is always an alternative solution to ask a professional musician to pick up the guitar chords by ear, or to do it yourself.Fortunately, there is a better, faster and more reliable solution now! Recognize guitar chords to your favorite songs on your Android device with a new application - AnySong Chord Recognition.Just choose an audio file from your music collection, wait a little, and get the desired guitar chords! AnySong Chord Recognition automatically analyzes audio, extracts the chords and shows the appropriate guitar tabs on the screen while the track is playing! For sure, you will be amazed with the user friendly interface and appreciate the quality of the recognized chords!AnySong Chord Recognition! Any song, any place, any time!Recent changes:version 1.1.2Features:-- Added more options to open media file (e.g. file manager)-- Supported file formats: mp3, wavBugs fixed:-- Splash screen on Samsung Galaxy S-III caused exception-- "Could not open media file" error on Sony XperiaContent rating: Everyone
What's new in this version:
version 1.1.2Features:-- Added more options to open media file (e.g. file manager)-- Supported file formats: mp3, wavBugs fixed:-- Splash screen on Samsung Galaxy S-III caused exception-- "Could not open media file" error on Sony Xperia