The tool allows you to specify the name of the chord searching on the basis of these chord components. Notes can be entered by selecting it in the list of notes, fretboard or piano keyboard. You can also select the name of the chord from the list, and the program will display all its components and show them the diagram of fretboard or keyboard.
|Number of semitones
|Perfect fifeenth (double octave)
In the middle of the screen we have the LCD display, which indicates searched chord name. Beneath there is a drop-down list, which allows you to specify the root of the chord sought. Below is a table of possible to add chord components. That table has four columns. The column "Interval" describes the name of the audio component, as an interval in relation to the root. The following collumn "Played note" is simply the name of the sound in the chromatic scale. "The number of halftone" is the numerical equivalent of the interval, expressed in semitones counted from the root. The last column is a checkbox that you need to select to turn on the note to the chord, which we want to create. When all components of the chord are marked, You will see the name of the chord on the screen.
Chord creator is based on the chords database of the chords. Every chord is a object, which has fields like possible chord names, intervals or note names. Entered names may be usually very different, because there are many naming conventions, so we use special filters to convert many possible inputs to one name readable for database. We also created a some kind of naming system, which takes into account case sensitive combinations of letters with their surroundings, so "C" will be recognized as C major, Cm as C minor, and "c" also as C minor. One set of notes can be interpreted as more than one chord (for example of chord inversions), so chords in database are ordered by popularity to indicate most popular chord from notes combination.
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