Autochords 4+

Chord Progression Generator

Astrocode Pty Ltd

    • 4.7 • 2.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Autochords is the ultimate songwriting cheat sheet and inspiration machine.

Learn how to play chords on guitar, piano, and ukulele. Try new styles of music.

Just pick a progression style and a key that you're comfortable playing in, and Autochords will show you what to play for your Main Progression. You can preview the entire progression in the selected tempo with the tap of a button.

It also suggests "Alternative progressions" that you can use for other sections of the song, like a bridge or backing for a solo.

## Features ##

• Many different progression styles.
• Guitar, Piano, and Ukulele chord diagrams.
• Hear how progressions sound on your chosen instrument.
• Preview chord progressions.
• Build and customize your own progressions.

With the one-time PRO in-app purchase:

• Unlock even more progressions.
• Export to MIDI.
• Keep track of your favorites.
• Change the tempo.
• Switch between color themes.

What’s New

Version 3.5.7

Fixes editing custom progressions.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.7K Ratings

2.7K Ratings

!mBetterThanU@Life ,

Incredible app! (With some room for improvement)

This has immediately become a go to tool for quick inspiration while I’m on the go! It’s an invaluable treasure to me as a songwriter a d producer and I would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who creates music for a living! The pro version is worth every penny as well, and is a steal at just $5. However, I do wish you could add more than 4 chords to a progression, if the developer reads the feedback on any regular basis, please include that in the next update. Also, including functionality for things like playback timing for chords (1/2 bar or 1/3 bar or 1/8 bar, etc. as opposed to the full bar that it currently uses to play the chords back). And an expanded chord library including 7ths, 9ths, 11ths, Suspended, etc. would also make this the PERFECT producer/songwriter’s companion.

HOME_sick ,

Amazing! This is Just what I was looking for.!

I was a former sax player in college and also tickled the ivory on occasion, back in my day. I hadn’t played in decades and was more than a little rusty to say the least. This app is so well thought out, simple to use and elegant. The two drop down menus for tempo and key signature are very convenient. The chord variation dial one of my favorite features. Nice touch with the keyboard on the screen displaying the actual fingering, with you can change with the variation dial. I’ve had no complaints! And I almost forgot to mention, the the list at the bottom of the app c
Showing all the chords that can be played in that key. Fantastic guys! Keep up the great work! Stay safe and thanks again. We are all enjoying our piano nights again.

keithlm ,

Finally... one I use as a newbie.

I may not be totally using this app "correctly"... but it works for me. I started using it to show chord progressions I can practice. I can do it In every key for both major and minor... and # or b. For different progressions. You can practice without this app.... but is nice to have a tool to help you help learn transitions between chords. While maintaining a consistent strum of my choice. Very useful. This tool is probably not as fancy as some other things... but sometimes you don't want fancy. You want easy. Originally I thought I wanted this app to have fancier strumming... but now I don't. I like the once at each change... and remaining easy. Although it would nice to have an option to have it show all barre... versus easiest fingering. Or maybe have it let you choose entire alternative fingering for any chord.

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