Isn't Chordify bad because people will use it instead of learning how to recognise chords by themselves?

Chordify, and other tools for automatic music recognition, will not be able to replace a well-trained human ear anywhere in the near future. However, for beginners and learners, Chordify can help in finding out the chords. This in turn, encourages the learner to develop their own skills for recognising chords, especially since Chordify isn't always right. So no, we don't think Chordify will make music students lazy; on the contrary, it might make many people more interested in chord recognition than they otherwise would be.

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