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    Chordbot Alternatives

    Chordbot is described as 'music app that lets you create and play complex chord progressions quickly and easily' and is an app in the Audio & Music category. There are seven alternatives to Chordbot for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, iPad, Linux and Online / Web-based. The best alternative is Captain Chords. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Hookpad. Other great apps like Chordbot are Arpado (Paid), Harmony Builder (Paid), ChordPad (Paid) and Chordjam (Paid).

    This page was last updated Jan 13, 2022
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    Chordbot is a music app that lets you create and play complex chord progressions quickly and easily.
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    1. Write chord progressions in your favorite DAW.
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      Arpado is a Music Composition Software which controls hardware or software instruments through MIDI. It features an advanced arpeggiator, music theory, chords, scales and a unique Progressive Sequencer.


    2. Harmony Builder is an intelligent music composition software.
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      Described as chord sequencer it lets you quickly create chord progressions, play them in many styles, transpose, adjust tempo, change instruments. Great for practicing. I used it for improving my scales on guitar and I have to tell it is amazing.
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      Chordjam is an innovative plugin that builds chords and progression patterns through intuitive user-guided randomization.


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      Chord NOTE is a Songwriter’s assistant tool. It assists in finding the right chords to match a melody or musical phrase. And it has great Chord Progression function and Scale library.
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      Web-based music composition that greatly simplifies writing chord progressions and melodies.
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