Chord sound files

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  1. tgriley62

    tgriley62

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    Just wondering if anyone knows if there is a free site on the web that allows you to pick out a guitar chord and once you select it the chord plays and continues to sustain until you turn it off. I am trying to get good at walking over guitar chords

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  2. Seanto

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    I would guess that wholenote.com has something similar to that, or even activebass.com

    An even better option would be to get the program Band In Box. You can program in whole chord progressions with that.
     
  3. Passinwind

    Passinwind Charlie Escher Supporting Member

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    +1, and the chord trainer/builder section is very useful too. BIAB is not exactly free however...;)
     
  4. Whousedtoplay

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    I know a few Free Music Creation Programs. Here is the link:
    http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-music-software.htm

    Learn how to use it and program anything you like.
     
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  6. Rockin Mike

    Rockin Mike Supporting Member

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    The free software program Audacity will let you:

    - loop play any part of a song
    - speed up or slow down a song without changing pitch
    - change pitch up or down without changing tempo
    - literally hundreds of sound processing options ranging from compression to EQ to - -- volume normalization to canceling out vocals so you can practice your karaoke etc. etc.
    - record whatever's coming into your computer be it your bass, vocals, a cassette tape, etc.
    - save files in any format (wav, mp3, aac, flac, etc.)
    - play a soundfile in one track and record a second track simultanously (good for making playalong demos)

    I've often used it to change the key of songs I'm supposed to learn and save them out as mp3s.

    I've often used it to slow down songs and loop the difficult passages so I can focus on them until I've got them.

    It's like photoshop for sound files.
     

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