Navichord giveaway results – 10 winners of chord/harmony exploration app

Download from iTunes App Storenavichord logoI did a full review of Navichord here on the Music App Blog some time ago but, as I posted a week or so ago, the app has just had a significant update adding some very useful new features.

While the original release was designed to do one job – it allowed the user to explore chord structures and progressions and possible melodic association – the app is now a pretty well-specified MIDI performance tool and those educational features now also offer things that budding songwriters would find very useful. The design is also so simple and elegant that the app is a pleasure to use.

To celebrate the recent update, developer Denis Kutuzov was been kind enough to provide me with 10 copies of the app to give away to readers here at the blog.

Navichord now includes a new internal instrument sound (a basic synth patch) and, located far left, buttons to shift the octave to the note/chord trigger zones.

Navichord now includes a new internal instrument sound (a basic synth patch) and, located far left, buttons to shift the octave to the note/chord trigger zones.

Entries closed yesterday and the winners names were drawn out of the hat this afternoon. Again, many thanks also to everyone who entered. The winners should have now received an email with details of how to get hold of their free copy but, for information, the readers who got a copy of the app were:-

Martin Gec

William Kletchie

Joran Leenders

John Keely

Dec Jam

Rachel Resnick

Brian Finch

Peter Gloster

Adrian Somers

Ruben Medrano

Incidentally, if you do appear as a winner in one of these giveaways and you don’t seem to have seen an email from me with the promo code details, then do make sure you check in your junk, trash or spam folders just in case your email system has ‘filed’ the message there :-)

Oh, and if you want to make sure you are entered for all the promo code giveaways that I run through the Music App Blog, then get yourself on the email newsletter list – and pick up your copy of our free ’25 apps’ guide :-) Here’s hoping the winners enjoy using the app.

Navichord really is a very cool tool and, because of the way the note buttons are arranged in the upper portion of the display, you can quickly learn quite a lot about chord construction. And, with MIDI out, it also makes a very useable MIDI performance surface….You can read the original Navichord review here and, if you didn’t win this time around, then hit the download button to check it out via the iTunes App Store.

John

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