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For all guitar heroes out there.

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You're on a roll! :shock:

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Oh Yeah! :dance:

But how does it works ? :?

Thanks!

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Very nice. 8-)
Could the diagram be an editor in the future, or more frets ?
magmavander wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 9:13 pm
But how does it works ?
Just write the notes in pattern editor (GuitarChord track)
I made this small flash exe twenty years ago.

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I begin to get it. Forget to load the example bmx first. :)

Oh these good old flash exe :D Thanks Tinga!!

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A dream! Very cool stuff WDE 8-)

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That's a nice machine. I don't play guitar, but I like chord machines!
The Headline is always "G7". Shouldn't it change as works as chord detection?
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Version 0.3: Small fix with chords.

It detects most common chords, but if someone wants to send me more comprehensive list, the format is:

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...
"Amaj7,-,A-3,E-4,G#4,C#5,E-5",
"B7,-,B-3,D#4,A-4,B-4,F#5",
"B\u266D,-,A#3,F-4,A#4,D-5,-",
...

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Here is some C chords

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"Cmaj7,-,C-4,E-4,G-4,B-4,-",
"Cmaj7,-,C-4,E-4,G-4,B-4,E-5",
"CM7/9,-,C-4,E-4,B-4,D-5,-",
"C6/9,-,C-4,E-4,A-4,D-5,-",
"C6,-,C-4,E-4,A-4,C-5,-",
"C9,-,C-4,E-4,A#4,D-5,-",
"Cadd9,-,C-4,E-4,G-4,D-5,-",
"Cadd9,-,C-4,E-4,G-4,D-5,G-5",
"C7#9,-,C-4,E-4,A#4,D#5,-",
"C7b9,-,C-4,E-4,A#4,C#5,-",
"Cm9,-,C-4,D#4,A#4,D-5,-",
"Cmadd9,-,C-4,D#4,G-4,D-5,-",
"Cm6,-,C-4,-,A-4,D#5,G-5",
"Caug,-,C-4,E-4,G#4,C-5,-",
"Cdim,-,C-4,F#4,A-4,D#5,-",
"C6/9/#11,-,C-4,-,A-4,D-5,F#5",
B\u266D :?:
I can do a big list, maybe one more fret will be cool, but that means fingers extension, :evil: so...

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is it like this?
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http://monkswalkmusic.co.uk/2017/11/12/ ... -diagrams/

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tinga wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 7:47 pm
Here is some C chords

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"Cmaj7,-,C-4,E-4,G-4,B-4,-",
"Cmaj7,-,C-4,E-4,G-4,B-4,E-5",
"CM7/9,-,C-4,E-4,B-4,D-5,-",
"C6/9,-,C-4,E-4,A-4,D-5,-",
"C6,-,C-4,E-4,A-4,C-5,-",
"C9,-,C-4,E-4,A#4,D-5,-",
"Cadd9,-,C-4,E-4,G-4,D-5,-",
"Cadd9,-,C-4,E-4,G-4,D-5,G-5",
"C7#9,-,C-4,E-4,A#4,D#5,-",
"C7b9,-,C-4,E-4,A#4,C#5,-",
"Cm9,-,C-4,D#4,A#4,D-5,-",
"Cmadd9,-,C-4,D#4,G-4,D-5,-",
"Cm6,-,C-4,-,A-4,D#5,G-5",
"Caug,-,C-4,E-4,G#4,C-5,-",
"Cdim,-,C-4,F#4,A-4,D#5,-",
"C6/9/#11,-,C-4,-,A-4,D-5,F#5",
Thanks, added.
B\u266D :?:
'\u266D' is flat (♭) in unicode. Small b works fine here as well. Edit: seems that I can use unicode directly in code so this works:

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"B♭,-,A#3,F-4,A#4,D-5,-",
I can do a big list, maybe one more fret will be cool, but that means fingers extension, :evil: so...
That would be great. Added one more fret.

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Cool. When the chord list is ready, you could do a piano version, too?

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erm ... sorry for hijacking this topic, but have you seen this? 8-)
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more midi plugins from piz here:
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I'll share the source code soon if someone wants to implement piano version. Maybe extending Buzz keyboard.
thOke wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 10:58 am
erm ... sorry for hijacking this topic, but have you seen this? 8-)
...or you can use a vst ;)

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thOke wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 10:58 am
erm ... sorry for hijacking this topic, but have you seen this? 8-)
yep, found it again in my vst folder ;)
thank you, did not know that it has a "guitar", didn't use it yet,

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More chords, 3 or 4 days, and the list will be finished.
Is it possible to have pop-up, with tonality selection, another with the list of chords positions, a copy option and we paste the selected chord to the pattern editor where we want, with a transpose option.

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"G,G-3,B-3,D-4,G-4,D-5,G-5",
"G6,G-3,B-3,D-4,G-4,D-5,E-5",
"Gmaj7,G-3,-,F#4,B-4,D-4,-",
"Gmaj7,G-3,-,-,B-4,D-5,F#5",
"Gmaj7,-,-,G-4,B-4,D-5,F#5",
"G7,G-3,-,F-4,G-4,B-4,-",
"G7,G-3,-,F-4,G-4,B-4,-",
"G7,-,B-3,-,G-4,D-5,F-5",
"G9,G-3,-,F-4,A-4,B-4,-",
"G7b9,G-3,-,F-4,G#4,B-4,-",
"Gm6,G-3,-,E-4,A#4,D-5,-",
"Gm7M,G-3,-,F-4,A#4,D-5,-",
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"Fmaj7b5,F-3,C-3,F-4,A-4,B-4,E-4",
"Fmaj7,-,-,F-4,A-4,C-5,E-5",
"Fmaj7,F-3,-,E-4,A-4,C-5,-",
"Fmaj7b5,F-3,-,E-4,A-4,B-4,-",
"Fmaj7#5,F-3,-,E-4,A-4,C#5,-",
"F6,F-3,-,D-4,A-4,C-5,-",
"F7,F-3,-,D#4,A-4,C-5,-",
"F7,F-3,C-3,D#4,A-4,C-5,F-5",
"F7#5,F-3,-,D#4,A-4,C#5,-",
"F7b5,F-3,-,D#4,A-4,B-4,-",
"F7#9,F-3,-,D#4,A-4,D#5,G#5",
"F7sus4,F-3,C-3,D#4,A-4,C-5,F-5",
"F13,F-3,-,D#4,A-4,D-5,-",
"Fm6,F-3,-,D-4,G#4,C-5,-",
"Fm7,F-3,-,D#4,G#4,C-5,-",
"Fm7,F-3,-,D#4,G#4,C-5,-",
"Fm9,F-3,C-3,D#4,G#4,C-5,G-5",

__________________________________

"Em7sus4,E-3,A-3,D-4,G-4,B-4,E-5",
"Esus4,E-3,B-3,E-4,A-4,B-4,E-5",
"Em7,E-3,B-3,D-4,G-4,B-4,E-5",
"Em7,E-3,B-3,E-4,G-4,D-5,G-5",
"Em6,E-3,B-3,E-4,G-4,C#5,E-5",
"Em7M,-,-,E-4,B-5,D#5,G-5",
"Em9,E-3,B-3,F#4,G-4,D-5,-",
"Em9,E-3,B-3,D-4,G-4,D-5,F#5",
"E7,-,-,E-4,B-4,D-5,G#5",
"E9,E-3,B-3,F#4,G#4,D-5,F#5",
"E13,E-3,B-3,E-4,G#4,C#5,E-5",
"Emaj7,-,-,E-4,B-4,D#5,G#5",
"Emaj7/9,-,-,E-4,G#4,D-5,F#5",
"Emaj7b9,-,-,E-4,G#4,D-5,F-5",
"E7#9,E-3,-,-,G#4,D-5,G-5",
"Em7,-,-,E-4,B-4,D-5,G-5",
"Em7b5,-,-,E-4,A#4,D-5,G-5",
___________________________________

"Aadd9,-,A-3,E-4,B-4,C#5,E-5",
"Amadd9,-,A-3,E-4,B-4,C-5,E-5",
"Am7#5,-,A-3,F-4,B-4,C-5,-",
"Am7m6,-,A-3,F-4,B-4,C-5,E-5",
The genius of guitar chords, more than all my list in just one piece of music, gorgeous.
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A thought I had today (but would probably complicate things quite a bit): alternate tunings. Drop D is popular & I know a lot of guitarists who enjoy experimenting with some pretty exotic tunings. Again. probably complicates this wonderful machine way too much - unless there was some user-editable Chord Database or some similar solution.

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