Simple Chord Detection Engine
Chorddetector is an MP3/WAV-player with an integrated chord detection engine. As simple as that. If you need a cheap solution to identifying and detecting chords, this is your quick-fix.
Chorddetector is an MP3/WAV-player with an integrated chord detection engine. As simple as that.
Some people have perfect pitch. For them, transcribing the chords of a song is just as easy as writing down the lyrics. For the rest of us, life is way more difficult. Fortunately, now you can get this cool piece of software to help you with the task.
Of course, what is going on under the hood is mighty complicated but all you need to do is load the song whose chords you are interested in, press play, and off you go.
Chords will be displayed in realtime, so you can play along live with your instrument.
All DDMF plugins come both in 32 and 64 bit format, which means they will run without issues in the ever increasing number of 64 bit digital audio workstations. To make a long story short, a 64 bit program can address vastly more memory space than a 32 bit program (where the limit is 4 Gigabyte), so whenever you can, you should use a 64 bit host.
What are the system requirements?
There are no “hard” requirements in terms of processing power or memory.
All reasonably recent PCs or (Intel) Macs should have plenty of power to handle the highly optimized DDMF effects with ease.
PowerPC Macs are not supported anymore
Concerning operating systems, Windows XP or higher is required. On the Mac side, DDMF is slowly shifting from 10.5 to 10.6 as a minimum requirement.
For the plugins you need a host (a DAW or a digital audio workstation). Specifically, a VST host on Windows, a VST or AU host on Mac or ProTools (8 or higher) on Windows or Mac.