Free Online Piano And Guitar Chord Practice Application

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If you want to learn guitar chords or piano chords it's important to practice chord changes.

This online chord application is a chord generator that will generate random chords or chord progressions at different speeds suitable to your current skill level so you can practice chord changes.

It might also serve as a good chord reference and viewer for you.

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Instructions

  • Click play, and chords from the chordlist will appear at the speed you have chosen.
  • With Shuffle activated, the next chord will be randomely picked from the chordlist, otherwise the list will be continously traversed.
  • You can turn off sounds with the sound icon next to the volume control.
  • Add, remove and move chords in the list with the arrow buttons.
  • Transposing of all chords in the list is also possible with the buttons next to it.
  • Choose if the piano chords should cover the entire keyboard or not in the menu at the top.
  • On the guitar, the small marker
    is an alternative placement on that string that you can use instead of the big marker
    if it's more convenient.
  • If you are new to learning guitar chords, you might want to check some other source as well, like chordbook, guitarchordsmagic or GOSK.
  • If you are new to learning piano chords check some other source as well, like chordhouse.
  • There is a chord sequence generator in the menu under Tools that can create a serie of random chords from the chord list.
  • Custom guitar tuning is availible in the menu.
  • You can turn on and off tone labels in the menu.
  • You are not limited to the given speed levels - you can adjust the exact beats per minute (bpm) in the menu.
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