Not only allow it on the mobile app.. BUT also to remember what you personally choose as the sort option in your profile. SO you don't have to go and select it each time. That is annoying.
IF they added the ability to do 8th or 16th notes... but only when you MANUALLY edit a song... that would deal with the problem.
Of course it would be nice to have it to everything automatically... but that is not totally realistic for all things.
But the ability to do a manual edit of the file after auto-generation and display it on the website and in the ios/andriod apps would still be cool.
Not even sure why this is a "suggestion": It is a no-brainer that this is required. Just like adding a "SEARCH" dialog that only looks at your OWN files.
This is a very good idea, we’ll make sure to monitor this idea and once it gets enough traction we’ll find a way to implement this!
Maybe also have a way to mark if an edited song has been updated to match original sheet music? I always like to know if something is entirely accurate. (Not sure about copyright problems... should be okay since it is just chord progressions. and not actual tab or anything.)
In response to Mic’s question, we would love to integrate with more streaming services, but this requires a lot of negotiation with the streaming platforms. This is time consuming or might even result in a no-go. That’s why the issue is still marked as under review.
BTW: Spotify also integrates with OnSong. Just saying... so anybody that has onsong and spotify would have a "reason" to integrate with Chordify.
(Or even better if you could Chorify a song and then export it to OnSong... that would be awesome. Then Chordify wouldn't need to deal with lyrics... they could just suggest people get OnSong.)
Although to be honest I like the chordify "timing" boxes... which apps like OnSong don't have... that is one of the main things I am liking about chordify.
Thanks, what a great idea! So far, we don’t have plans to implement this as of yet, but we’re very open to what our users want, so we will be keeping an eye on those votes.Keith L Morris supported this idea ·
Agree that this idea would be something great to add if somebody does a manual edit. (i.e., obviously to hard to do for the automatical analysis.)
SO during edit use sections (WIth a section label?) and move chords as needed
NOTE: If the original song adds a few extra chords/notes on transition section and then goes back to a "normal" verse or chorus seciont... then then the song could be manually edited so that the newer section is properly "aligned" again.
From a programming viewpoint I'm sure this idea and several other would all depend on a similar "manual edit" conversion. (I.e., adding colors... allowing lyrics to be manually typed in for a PERSONAL version of the edit to avoid copyright probelms... etc.)