Navichord giveaway – 5 copies of chord and harmony exploration app up for grabs

Download from iTunes App Storenavichord logoI reviewed Navichord here on the Music App Blog a few days ago. This iOS music app is designed to do one job – it allows the user to explore chord structures and progressions and possible melodic association – but the design is so simple and elegant that, even though it is more of an educational tool or idea pad, rather than an actual musical instrument (at present at least), it is a pleasure to use.

Having exchanged emails with developer Denis Kutuzov, I know he has a list of other features he is building into the app. At some stage, therefore, I suspect it will also add ‘MIDI performance utility’ to ‘chord and harmony exploration utility’ to its list of broad attributes.

Navichord provides avery clever way to explore chords and melody.

Navichord provides avery clever way to explore chords and melody.

Anyway, Navichord is both fun and educational and, if you are still learning about music theory and what chords work together in a particular key, then it is an inexpensive way of getting a helping hand. That said, Denis has been kind enough to provide me with 5 copies of the app to give away to readers here at the blog so now might be your chance to pick up a copy of the app for free.

As usual with the giveaways I run on the blog, the deal is simple; get your name in the hat and see if it gets pulled out.

You can enter the draw in one of two ways.

  • First, if you just want to enter this draw, then use the Contact Us page to leave your details before 10 pm (GMT) on Monday 6th October, 2014. Make sure to enter ‘Navichord’ in the message subject line.
  • Alternatively, if you want to get included in this – and every future promo code giveaway run on the site – then sign up for the Music App Blog email list before the deadline. All members of the list will automatically be entered if every draw. You can sign up here and, as a bonus for signing up, you also get a copy of the Music App Blog’s ’25 iOS music apps to get you started’ guide.

As soon as I can organise after entries close, I’ll draw a suitable number of names at random from all those entered. I’ll then notify the lucky winners by email and include the necessary promo code. I’ll also post a list of the winners here. If you are one of the lucky ones, do make sure to use the code ASAP – iTunes Redeem Codes generally have a relatively short life span once they have been issued.

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. You can read the original Navichord review here but, if you want to be in with a chance of winning a free copy, get in touch or join the email list before the deadline.

Good luck :-)

John

 

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