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Starting development on Chordious 2.2 (The Chordious 2.1 Preview)

While the latest Official version of Chordious came out just a couple months ago, it’s been nearly three years since I ended the last Preview and released Chordious 2.0. So I think it’s Preview time again! What does that mean?

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Chordious 2 is almost here

It’s been a while since I posted last, and a lot of work has gone into Chordious’ style editor in that time. So today, I thought I’d give a quick update, and I’m proud to say that all of the

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The first half of the long-awaited style editor

It’s here. It’s finally here. The long-awaited style editor. Well… at least the first half of it anyways. In the last post, I talked about how the style editor was one of the biggest remaining undertakings for Chordious 2. It’s

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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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