New iPad/iPhone App: Chord Flash Cards

Digital Music Doctor announces the release of a new iPad/iPhone app, Chord Flash Cards, designed to help aspiring performers improve their chops on a guitar or keyboard.

Digital Music Doctor announces the release of a new iPad/iPhone app, Chord Flash Cards, designed to help aspiring performers improve their chops on a guitar or keyboard.

The name of the chord is displayed at a specified interval. Then after a specified wait time, the answer is displayed in three formats: (1) the spelling of the chord, (2) the guitar fingering of the chord, and (3) the piano fingering of the chord. Chords are randomly selected but also based on weightings designed to display the most common chords more often. Fingerings are generated for 25 types of chords for each of the 12 scale keys for a total of 300 chords. You can also choose 4 different expertise levels of chord weights as well as generate specific chords.

Chord Flash Cards is available at the Apple iTunes App Store (itms://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chord-flash-cards-pro/id399030432?mt=8). A video demo of this app can be seen on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sq_r9HgAqNQ).

Digital Music Doctor also provides interactive video training for Avid Pro Tools, Steinberg Cubase, Cakewalk Sonar, Apple Logic Pro, Image Line FL Studio, Ableton Live, MOTU Digital Performer, and Sony Sound Forge as well as mixing, mastering, and digital music arranging and production.

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Posted On: San Francisco, CA November 9, 2010

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