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Score Chart is presentation software for chord charts in a live band setting.Create songlists from the database, transpose and add songs 'on the fly'.Import and convert charts from text files.It includes as Guitar TAB library
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Description: Score Chart is presentation software for chord charts in a live band setting.Create songlists from the database, transpose and add songs 'on the fly'.Import and convert charts from text files.It has a metronome function that will sound a click track or count-in for stage monitors when a song is selected.It includes as Guitar TAB library.You can translate MIDI input to chords in realtime and display them on the screen as you play them.Midi can also be used to navigate the song list from a Midi instrument directly.
Guitar Chord Chart Software 7.0 This software offers a solution to users who want a database of all guitar chords. The user simply chooses chord and pitch and the corresponding chart is displayed. These charts
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