Tired of all those guitar, banjo, ukulele chordfinder apps that just give you the standard results every app gives you? Fretter is the new kid on the block. And it's great.
We didn't sit behind our computers typing in all those chord diagrams, no we spent our time better. We came up with a way to give you lots of great correct diagrams, without needing us to do boring stuff: Fretter teaches your phone basic musictheory and with that knowledge it has the power to give you every possible diagram there is. Want to see how to play Cmaj7/F# on a Guitar with a Dropped D tuning? Fretter knows how to search for it! (We didn't try, but if it's possible to play, it will definitely show up. Yes, we're lazy. :) )
Still, Fretter is great. And it does awesome stuff like reverse chord lookup (for the creative geniuses among you), and you can also strum the diagrams to hear how they sound. Easy if you want to find the perfect sounding Dmaj9 or whatever strange chord you need!
So, what are you waiting for? Fretter!
For a more formal description, please continue reading.
Fretter is a advanced guitar, banjo, ukulele chordfinder. It doesn't rely on a database with diagrams, instead it is a very intelligent piece of software that calculates all the possible diagrams for a given chord/instrument/tuning combination. It's algorithm is optimized to only present to you the chords that you can actually play as a human.
Because Fretter is build this way, it has a lot of exciting possiblities not found in other standard chord apps. For example, you can select any tuning, even custom ones, and still have all the possible chords presented to you.
You can easily select a basic or advanced chord, optionally with added bassnote, and go to the diagrams. Each diagram has extra information about the chordnotes, the intervals used, and you can strum up and down to hear how that particular diagram sounds on your instrument.
Also included is a reverse lookup option. Nice if you are a bit adventurous and you are coming up with your own chords on the guitar, but don't know how they are called. Fretter can help you here by providing you with the correct naming.
If you are looking for a chord reference app: this is what you need.
* Support for Guitar, 4,5-string Banjo, Ukulele, Mandolin, Bouzouki, Pipa and Lute
* 50+ chordtypes
* Tunings: 75+ predefined, custom
* Added bassnote (C/D)
* Reverse lookup
* Full Inversions
* Chord Intervals
* Note Names
* Hear how every diagram sounds
* Left Handed Option
Android Specific Features
* App to SD Support
* Backup Manager Support
If you have some valuable feedback to make Fretter even better or some annoying bug, please don't hesitate to contact me by email, or use the Feedback menu option in Fretter.
Your help and suggestions are appreciated, since I want to make this app the best there is. You play an essential part in that process. So let yourself be heard.
Let me hear what you want from Fretter 2.0! All wild ideas are welcome. With your help, Fretter is going to be the ideal Toolbox for every Guitar/Banjo/Ukulele/Mandolin player!
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