New app for chord voicings across fretboard

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fineincrements

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Joined: 09/15/21

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Hi everyone, I’m new to this community but I’ve been a guitarist for decades. In the quest for a better understanding of guitar harmony and for more unique and creative chord voicings, I wrote myself this app. I think it is unique, extremely easy to use, and I find it very useful for myself. At first I wanted to keep it to myself as a “secret weapon” but on further consideration I decided to share it freely with the guitar community at large. I am curious to see if others find it as useful as I do. I hope this becomes an integral part of your exploration into guitar harmony. It may not be “finished” yet, as I am open to suggestions for improvement.


https://fineincrements.com/guitarmonizer.html

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Hi everyone, I’m new to this community but I’ve been a guitarist for decades. In the quest for a better understanding of guitar harmony and for more unique and creative chord voicings, I wrote myself this app. I think it is unique, extremely easy to use, and I find it very useful for myself. At first I wanted to keep it to myself as a “secret weapon” but on further consideration I decided to share it freely with the guitar community at large. I am curious to see if others find it as useful as I do. I hope this becomes an integral part of your exploration into guitar harmony. It may not be “finished” yet, as I am open to suggestions for improvement.


https://fineincrements.com/guitarmonizer.html

ChristopherSchlegel

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Originally Posted by: fineincrements
In the quest for a better understanding of guitar harmony and for more unique and creative chord voicings, I wrote myself this app.[/p]

Looks great! I think it might be benficial to add a feature that isolates one section of any given voicing as practical for fingering & thus playable. But what you've built makes it possible to see any & all chord tones across the fretboard. Well done!

I have a collection of tutorials aimed at precisely this concept but break the triads & their inversions down into playable patterns that systematically cover the fretboard.

https://www.guitartricks.com/collection/triads-and-inversions

Christopher Schlegel
Guitar Tricks Instructor

Christopher Schlegel Lesson Directory

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Originally Posted by: fineincrements
In the quest for a better understanding of guitar harmony and for more unique and creative chord voicings, I wrote myself this app.[/p]

Looks great! I think it might be benficial to add a feature that isolates one section of any given voicing as practical for fingering & thus playable. But what you've built makes it possible to see any & all chord tones across the fretboard. Well done!

I have a collection of tutorials aimed at precisely this concept but break the triads & their inversions down into playable patterns that systematically cover the fretboard.

https://www.guitartricks.com/collection/triads-and-inversions

Christopher Schlegel
Guitar Tricks Instructor

Christopher Schlegel Lesson Directory