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Chordious in 2016, and dreams of post 2.0

It’s been 5 months since the last big update, and in that time I took a little break from Chordious development to work on some side projects, but I’ve picked it back up in the last month or so. A

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Better custom tunings, chord qualities and scales in the latest Chordious 2 Preview build

Today is Thanksgiving here in the States, a time to be with family and remember what we’re thankful for. When it comes to Chordious, I’m thankful for all of the feedback I’ve received over the last few months from users.

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Chordious 2 Preview hits 100 GitHub commits

Today marks my 100th code commit to the Chordious repository on GitHub, so I figure it’s a fine time for an update. It’s been five months since I announced the start of the Chordious 2 Preview; since then I’ve added

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Try out the Chordious 2 Preview for Windows

It’s here, it’s here, it’s finally here! Time to reveal the first preview build of Chordious 2.0: If you haven’t been watching the GitHub commits, I’ve been hard at the grindstone, working on the next version of Chordious. There’s still

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Chordious and WinForm Woes

If you’ve been watching the Chordious repository on GitHub, you’ll notice that there haven’t been any commits of UI code. There’s a reason for that – it’s not going as planned. Chordious 1.0 was built to run on Mono on

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Chordious development moved to GitHub

It’s been a hard month at the grindstone, and I’ve finally rebuilt the Chordious.Core library. Since it’s a pretty extensive break from the original code, I’ve moved development to the new Chordious repository on GitHub. It’s a quite bit more

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The road to Chordious 2.0 – just getting started

I’ve begun work toward Chordious 2.0! There’s still a lot ahead of me, but with the new year I thought it was time to give an official kick-off and blog a little about my plans and progress. It’s probably going

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Chordious 1.0.1 now available

Chordious has been updated to 1.0.1. This update addresses some issues where you close Chordious and might not be prompted to save your work. I recommend everyone take this update. What is Chordious? Chordious is an open-source chord diagram generator

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Chordious 1.0 video tutorial now available

I know Chordious 1.0 isn’t the most intuitive program to use, but it really is pretty powerful for making custom chord diagrams. Now, if you’ve poked around a bit, read the written Chordious tutorial, and are still confused (or even

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Chordious 1.0 Tutorial

After you’ve clicked around Chordious for a bit, you may have found that things don’t work exactly the way you’re expecting. With that in mind, here’s a quick tutorial (found also in the readme) for using Chordious: Chordious overview With

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