7. Chords Mode 1 - Chords By Note

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The chord tabs of Ukulele Toolkit contain thousands of chords, more chords than you will probably ever need, including Major, Minor, 6, 7, Minor7, Major7, Major9, sus4, etc. Chord is an important left hand skill for Uke players.

Read more about chord on Wikipedia.

Long pressing the Chords Tab will unfolde three menus. Then are Chords Reverse Search, Chords by note andf Chords by keys. Choose ‘By Notes’ to enter Chords By Notes Mode.

Chord can be described by its root and other information. In “Chord By Note Mode”, Chord is categorized by different Root (Note), so that you can look up a chord quickly by notes if you know its name. For example, if you want to check the fingerings of Cmaj7, just select C root at the top the interface [1], then find out Cmaj7 on bottom of the main screen.

[1] Root Selection: Chord can be categorized by root. You can select the certain root and then find out the specific chord in the chords table. For example, if you want to find out D#7, you need to select D# root first.

[2] Chords Table: you can not only view the chrods on the table, but also hear what they sound like. For beginners who learn chords, you can get some feelings, but for advanced ukulele players, it offers you inspirations.

[3] Expand Button: You can enter chord details by pressing the expand button on the top right of each chord diagram. Chord Detail page shows different fingerings for a certain chord, and also allows to share the chords with your friends.

[4] Chord Name: The title bar shows Chords Name, while the white subtitle indicates each string of note in the chord.

[5] Share Button: Share button in the upper right corner allows you to share your current chord with your friends. For those who haven’t installed Ukulele Toolkit can learn this chord by the description on the sharing image, and for those who have already installed Ukulele Toolkit can open the link directly and learn them inside the app. It would also be very useful for teachers to show chords to students.

[6] Fret Board:Notes are displayed on the fret board, while the blue note represents Root of Chord. Tap the note to hear its real ukulele sound. Swipe the string to preview the strumming effects. More customized settings are available in Chapter 11.

[7] Fingering Options Menu: Different fingerings of a certain chord are displayed on the right side of the screen. Scroll down for more options, choose one and preview them on the left fret board.

 

* Tips: You can not only change tuning mode and left-hand, but also set capos and other advanced settings in Chapter 11. Besides, the notes on the fret board can also be changed to intervals.

Read more about Note and Interval on Wikipedia:

Besides you can customize to display arpeggios or not in Chapter 11, the playing sound of chord can also be customized.

 

 

 

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