I suggest you ...

Just a search field

To look in the archives. Its faster than chordifying a song

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  • MIke commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Chordify really listens to customers ! How unlike most others... WELL DONE !

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    You can search Chordify Archives on Google. Just type in Chordify then the name of the song and artist. I tried it several times it worked everytime.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hallo,
    die Idee ist super. Es wäre nur schön, wenn man eine Suchmaschine für die Lieder hätte. So sucht man sich im Alphabeth die FInger wund.
    SChön wäre es auch, wenn man die Akkorde speichern könnte.
    VIele Grüße
    Martin

  • Matej Peterka commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Manuel, you can actually search in the Chords Archive pretty easily. Since all the songs in the archive are displayed at once on the page (which is a great way to do it, thanks admins!), just press CTRL+F and you can use the browser's built in search system.
    Therefore I think it is not that necessary to create your own search field, other things might have higher priority..

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