We agree that it would be nice to have such an elaborate search feature. However, other feature requests, such as a search functions based on meta data (tiltle, artist, etc.), have a higher priority. Sorry.
At the hiring session you should keep notes of people's e-mail or do some kind of rss to a accurate announce of a possible interested
At the hiring session you should keep notes of people's e-mail or do some kind of rss to a accurate announce of a possible interested1 vote
Thank you for your suggestion. We carefully keep track of possible partners, interns, or those interested to help us in any way. However, if you somehow feel that this is not enough, feel free to contact us.
I love the concept but, as a musician, I find the results just wrong in so many ways. Take, for example, the Beatles song "Yesterday". Not very complex chord changes, but chordify gets it wrong in many places. I tries chordify with bands that use more complex chords, for example I tries chordify on about 6 songs from Steely Dan. It got them nearly all wrong. Again, great idea, but the implementation needs a lot of work. BTY, I spent much of my career in IT testing application software, so if you need someone to do some testing, let me know.
I love the concept but, as a musician, I find the results just wrong in so many ways. Take, for example, the Beatles song "Yesterday". Not very complex chord changes, but chordify gets it wrong in many places. I tries chordify with bands that use more complex chords, for example I tries chordify on about 6 songs from Steely Dan. It got them nearly all wrong. Again, great idea, but the implementation needs a lot of work. BTY, I spent much of my career in IT testing application software, so if you need someone to do some testing, let me…1 vote
Thanks for your feedback. Automatic chord recognition is a hard problem, and we are continuously working on improving the quality of chord recognition. However, this is not a feature we can consider “completed” at some stage, since the quality can always be improved, therefore I’m declining it.
this makes playing along a bit nicer :)1 vote
Hi Leon, thanks for your suggestion. Chordify uses the user browser to play uploaded files, or the youtube/soundcloud applet. None of these support changing the pitch of the songs, so I’m afraid there’s no easy way for Chordify to do this :-(
It'd be really cool to be able to look up and find the lead lines for a lot of more obscure songs online, especially if the program could automatically put them in an easily readable tablature format. I imagine this would be pretty difficult, but if possible, awesome.
Either way, thanks a million for what you've already done, keep up the awesome work!1 vote
We agree that it would be great to automatically transcribe the notes of a song. Unfortunately this is too difficult and not yet possible. We’re you’re enjoying using Chordify, though!
stop publishing rubbish. I have just looked at your version of the chords for Phil Everly,s `up in Mabel,s room`. I have been a pro musicia
get a real musician to listen to your suggested chords before you publish the nonsense that you currently offer Example :-
Up in Mabels roomF...Abm (complete nonsense) Try.....................................................F...Ab o (or would a diminished chord cause be beyond all comprehension ?) TW.1 vote
Hello Terence, thanks for your feedback. As you might very well know, automatic chord recognition requires incredibly complex algorithms. We are very aware that our algorithm is far from perfect, that’s why we are working on improving our algorithms every day, One of the things we are currently working hard to bring to our users, are (half-)diminished chords and ‘add9’ chords (among many other new features). Until then, unfortunately we just haven’t found a way to accurately detect a diminished chord (or add9 for that matter) so we resort to a more ‘stripped-down’ version (Ab dim becomes Abm, which is pretty close aside from the Ebb and Gbb); our apologies.
Not deciphers dissonant chords. For example (increased or diminished). This is very limiting in Brazilian songs like Caetano Veloso and othe
Not deciphers dissonant chords. For example (increased or diminished). This is very limiting in Brazilian songs like Caetano Veloso and others.1 vote
You are right. However, the feature request you’ve created is a duplicate :
We’re sorry, but there are plenty of guitar tuners around, and we don’t think we need to add one to Chordify.
We stopped using free uploads
Include a way to output and print sheet music or a songbook version that aligns lyrics and chords.1 vote
Thanks for your idea!
However, we’re declining because the lyrics idea already exists and you can vote for it here: https://chordify.uservoice.com/admin/forums/179340-general/suggestions/3431545-show-the-lyrics-of-the-song
Regarding sheet music, I’m afraid that this is not something that we are looking to implement.
Provide search options for the library by genre, artist, title, verse word etc.1 vote
We would love to provide more refined search operators, but unfortunately, genre, artist, lyrics, etc. is all information that we do not have. For YouTube songs, for example, all we have is the video title, so that’s all we can search in.
terrible site-to-person relationship. terrible design. terrible "must log in" experience, terrible payout. terrible branding! don't worry about the people asking more accurate chords or melodies. you'll find the right process next. Show the love.... chordify is way more cool than you think. I would be working on a mobile game app with the note grid as the mobile platform. candy guitar crush hero.1 vote
Thank you for your feedback. That said, I don’t think there’ll be a lot of firing going on just yet. We’d love to hear more about a more detailed user-experience–in particularly what you think is lacking; we truly appreciate all user feedback.
Please keep in mind we (still) have an incredible small team and there are only so many hours in a day!
Again, thanks for your feedback and we would love to hear from you!
I would gladly pay for a feature that would recognize tabs as well!1 vote
Closing as this suggestion already exists: https://chordify.uservoice.com/admin/forums/179340-general/suggestions/7078294-implement-tabs
Give people who don't use Facebook access to chordify!!!!!!1 vote
You can still sign up using your email
Please provide capo support. I've never met a guitarist who did not use one, and it's much quicker that transposing.
Add capo support1 vote
Declining this idea as it is already a Premium feature . On a song unlocked with Premium, you can find the capo hints under the Diagrams tab.
Declined as this idea already exists. You can vote for it here: https://chordify.uservoice.com/admin/forums/179340-general/suggestions/3926099-create-application-app-or-website-optimised-for
Ability to show the lead note ontop of the chord, example I II III IV V VI VII. This helps when working out the melody of the song.1 vote
Declined as a similar feature has been suggested already. You can vote for it here: https://chordify.uservoice.com/forums/179340-general/suggestions/3876236-ability-to-pick-out-individual-notes
I assume that your chord finding algorithm has a minimum required length of sustain before it registers the sound as a chord.
To have a way (presets or a slider bar) to control how sensitive this detection is.1 vote
Dear Matt, Thank you for your suggestion, we greatly appreciate it! I declined your issue, because it is (more or less) a duplicate of http://chordify.uservoice.com/forums/179340-general/suggestions/3860370-since-it-s-automatic-you-should-allow-human-touch If you have additional suggestion, you can add them as a comment. Thanks again!
its to easy and very well to obtain the chords, but its important to eport to other app for an example onsong. tks1 vote
Thanks for your suggestion. It seems that onsong requires lyrics on their file format. At the moment we do not plan to include lyrics in Chordify.
You need to add more chords, I mean, you don't give us the chance of add a D/F#, a D5, Dsus4, Dmajor7, not even a D7, it is very important!!1 vote