You probably have few or no problems in finding and playing chords without extensions and alterations. But how do you play extended and altered chords? What notes do you need to play F7, #9, b13? Or Bm7,9? Or A7sus13?
In this app you can see and hear the extended and altered chords being played in root position with the names of the chord notes written below.
Tormod Vinsand is a jazzpianist and composer and have been teaching jazzpiano at Rhytmic Music Conservatory, The Royal Academy of Music and Copenhagen University in Copenhagen, Denmark since 1988.
– JazzChords is now universal: iPad support, Rotation
– Introducing a new look and feel
– New icon
Plus a lot of small improvements and fixes
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Not free if you want anything beyond a C7sus9
If you want to see other chords, it'll cost you $5.99.
Very Interesting and Comprehensive App!
Very informative and carefully executed!
Needs an option for not choosing the 3rd column. If you just want a D7 it will not give it to you. You must choose sharp 9 or 13th too.
The developer, Tormod Vinsand, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.