Navichord update – performance tweaks added to the excellent iOS chord and harmony exploration app

I reviewed Navichord here on the Music App Blog back in September 2014. The original release was designed to do one job – it allowed the user to explore chord structures and progressions and possible melodic association – but the design is so simple and elegant that, even though it was (at that stage) more of an educational tool or idea pad, rather than an actual musical instrument, it is a pleasure to use. The first major update - taking the app to v.1.1 - appeared at the end of October. As … [Read more...]

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

I 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 … [Read more...]

Navichord giveaway – 10 copies of chord/harmony exploration app up for grabs

I did a full review of Navichord here on the Music App Blog some time ago but, as I've also posted more recently, the app had had a significant update to v. 1.2.3 (adding some very useful new features) and a further update to v.1.2.4 just a few days ago.. 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 … [Read more...]

Navichord update – new features and tweaks added to the excellent iOS chord and harmony exploration app

I reviewed Navichord here on the Music App Blog back in September 2014. The original release was designed to do one job – it allowed the user to explore chord structures and progressions and possible melodic association – but the design is so simple and elegant that, even though it was (at that stage) more of an educational tool or idea pad, rather than an actual musical instrument, it is a pleasure to use. The first major update - taking the app to v.1.1 - appeared at the end of October. As … [Read more...]

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

I 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 to v. 1.2.3 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 … [Read more...]

Navichord giveaway – 10 copies of chord/harmony exploration app up for grabs

I did a full review of Navichord here on the Music App Blog some time ago but, as I posted a couple of days ago, the app has just had a significant update to v. 1.2.3 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 … [Read more...]

Navichord update – MIDI control messages added to the performance options of excellent iOS chord and harmony exploration app

I reviewed Navichord here on the Music App Blog back in September 2014. The original release was designed to do one job – it allowed the user to explore chord structures and progressions and possible melodic association – but the design is so simple and elegant that, even though it was (at that stage) more of an educational tool or idea pad, rather than an actual musical instrument, it is a pleasure to use. The first major update - taking the app to v.1.1 - appeared at the end of October. As … [Read more...]

Navichord update – Midimux compatibility added to excellent iOS chord and harmony exploration app

I reviewed Navichord here on the Music App Blog back in September 2014. The original release was designed to do one job – it allowed the user to explore chord structures and progressions and possible melodic association – but the design is so simple and elegant that, even though it was (at that stage) more of an educational tool or idea pad, rather than an actual musical instrument, it is a pleasure to use. The first major update - taking the app to v.1.1 - appeared at the end of October. As … [Read more...]

Navichord update – further new features for excellent iOS chord and harmony exploration app

I reviewed Navichord here on the Music App Blog back in September 2014. The original release was designed to do one job – it allowed the user to explore chord structures and progressions and possible melodic association – but the design is so simple and elegant that, even though it was (at that stage) more of an educational tool or idea pad, rather than an actual musical instrument, it is a pleasure to use. Having exchanged emails with developer Denis Kutuzov, I was aware that he had a list … [Read more...]