Yes, it’s finally here. Three and a half years since I first got this crazy idea of writing an app to generate chord diagrams, two years since I finished Chordious 1.0 and I decided to rebuild Chordious from scratch, and after 185 commits to GitHub, 46 preview releases, and at some 43,401 lines of code, Chordious 2.0 is done!
- Create clean, scalable, fretboard diagrams
- Extensive styling options
- Find chords for all your instruments and tunings with the Chord Finder
- Find scales for all your instruments and tunings with the Scale Finder
- Save and maintain your collections of diagrams in the Diagram Library
- Import your Classic Chordious ChordLine documents
- Export your diagrams as SVG, JPG, or PNG images
- Rich Diagram Editor
- Automatic updates
I’d like to give a big thanks to my wife Anne for not just tolerating all the time I put into this little app, but encouraging me to keep working on it. Another big thanks to all of the users who have sent me feedback over years, especially my number one beta tester Brian L.
Thanks for all of the feedback!
This is a big milestone, but I’m not done yet. I’ve got plans for more features, support for other platforms, and so much more. But for the immediate future, stay tuned for some long awaited video tutorials.
Try out Chordious today!
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