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The Guitar Theorist application was developed to be a professional level guitar chord, scale, interval, and note computation program, that adapts to string detunings, and placement of a capo. Chords and scales may be computed from user defined families, or from a large selection of predefined families.
User data is organized into documents, which may be edited, filed, and printed. An intuitive fretboard and music notation interface, allows intervals and notes to be found instantly, and simplifies data entry. Chords, scales, and intervals, may be played through a sound card, or MIDI port. The program’s chord analysis feature allows chord names to be derived from groups of notes. Charts mirror for left handed guitarists. 
Document Management
Data created by Guitar Theorist is organized into documents. The document management system allows this data to be viewed, edited, filed, and printed. Multiple documents may be open simultaneously. The editor functionality, is similar to that of a conventional text editor. Standard keyboard navigation commands are incorporated, as well as cut/copy/paste editing of items.
Chords
Chords are computed from user defined families, or from any of 92 predefined families, and may be computed over any of 21 roots. They may be displayed in both standard music notation, and as charts, which are shown with complete fingering positions. Chord charts are not produced with look-up tables. All possible patterns are calculated (over 4 fret windows), and the playable ones are displayed.
The predefined families produce 178,371* subset-free chord charts, with standard tuning and no capo. The same chord chart computation algorithms are used when user defined families are computed, and when a capo or alternate tuning is used. A chord chart editing feature, allows notes to be deleted from charts, and finger numbers to be changed.
* All 92 families, computed over all 21 roots, over the full range of the fretboard (0-23), with the ‘Show Interior Mutes’ option active, and the pitch deletions set to 1,3,5.
Scales:
Scales are computed from user defined families, or from any of 33 predefined families, and may be computed over any of 15 roots. They can be displayed in both standard music notation, and as full fretboard charts. Charts may be plotted with note names, scale degrees, or generic designators. A scale chart editing feature, allows display of selected scale degrees.
Intervals and Notes:
Guitar Theorist has a fretboard and music notation interface, that allow notes and intervals to be found instantly. Click a position on the fretboard, and the note is displayed in music notation. Click a note, and its position(s) is displayed on the fretboard. Meanwhile, intervals are computed and displayed automatically, as notes are selected. You may also find a note, that is a given interval from another note. In addition, full fretboard note reference charts may be produced, and added to a document.
Detuning Strings and Using a Capo:
Guitar Theorist adapts to placement of a capo, and detuning of strings. Each string may be detuned independently, over a one octave range. All data generated by the program is affected by the capo and tuning settings.
Chord Analysis:
Chord names may be derived from groups of notes. The notes are entered by clicking on a fretboard, or music notation interface, and the analysis results are listed in a document window. The program finds all possible ways the group of notes could be interpreted. Filters may be used to reduce the number of possibilities.
Sound:
Chords, scales, and intervals, may be played through a sound card or MIDI port. Timing, and other MIDI parameters, such as strum rate, note durations, velocity, channel, and patch number, may be set up by the user.

 

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Guitar Theorist Download With Full Crack allows you to play chords, scales, and intervals with any standard strings, and over a variety of tunings. You can make thousands of chords, and edit the chord family in response to changes in the tuning of the strings. Chords and scales are displayed on a chord chart, which is generated from a chord family, and displays finger positions. Intervals and notes are computed automatically, and can be selected and placed in a chart. The program includes a chord analysis feature, which derives chord names from note groups.
Various strings may be detuned, to create an alternate tuning. Chords, scales, and intervals may be played through a sound card or MIDI port. All charted notes may be modified using notes found within a document, and displayed in a tabular form. The fretboard and music notation interfaces allow you to visually and manually place notes, and edit any charted notes. Detuned chords may be placed in a document.
Document Management:
Guitar Theorist has a document management system that lets you create, edit, view, and print documents. Multiple documents are viewable simultaneously. You can use keyboard editing to move or copy data between documents.
The data is organized in documents. This includes:
• Chords. Chords are created from a user defined chord family, or from any of the 92 predefined chord families. Using any of 21 roots, chords may be displayed in either standard music notation, or as a fingerboard chart. Chord charts are not produced from user defined families. All possible chord patterns are computed, and the playable ones are displayed. Chords are played through a sound card or MIDI port.
• Scales. You define a scale that may be played over any of the 15 roots. It may be displayed in both standard music notation, and as a full fretboard chart. You can define a scale to be a perfect fifth scale, or to be an augmented scale.
• Intervals. Intervals are computed between any two notes. All possible interval patterns are computed. Intervals are played through a sound card or MIDI port.
Fretboard and Music Notation:
Guitar Theorist produces fretboard charts of chords, scales, and intervals. You may view chords, scales, and intervals in standard music notation, or as chords, scales, or intervals with notes displayed. Click a position on the fretboard, and the note is displayed in music notation. Click a note, and its position

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Guitar Theorist is a freeware chord and scale analysis program. It works with both standard and alternate tunings. 
Keyboard Navigation:
Standard music notation commands are incorporated, along with all standard keyboard navigation commands. The program’s chord analysis feature allows chords to be derived from groups of notes. Chord names may be derived from groups of notes. Chords may be played back through a sound card, MIDI port, or through a MIDI interface.
Chord Completion:
Chord charts have all fingerings displayed. You may mark missing fingers (by moving to them, and clicking on the note), and compute missing chords. Chord charts are organized into ‘frets’ and ‘windows’ (pitch definitions). Each window is a collection of fingers. You may use the chords from the ‘chord window’, to build up chords from two or more ‘window’ chords. If you want to change a window chord, you click on it, select a new finger, and click ‘ok’. Chord charts may be printed, exported, or copied to the clipboard. Chord charts may be viewed as music notation, or as a’scale bar’ to be moved to a different place on the fretboard.
Scale Completion:
Scales may be displayed in music notation or as full fretboard charts. Charts may be plotted with note names, scale degrees, or generic designators. A scale chart editing feature allows display of selected scale degrees. Scale charts may be copied to the clipboard, and exported to png, xml or csv format.
Fingering Browser:
A fully editable fretboard and music notation interface, allows intervals and notes to be found instantly. You may place a capo, detune strings, select alternate tuning, change finger numbers, delete fingers, and change note names. You may also find a note that is a given interval from another note. In addition, full fretboard note reference charts may be produced, and added to a document.
Chord Group:
Guitar Theorist has a chord group analysis tool. Groups may be created and deleted. Groups are analyzed, and the chords that will be played back may be computed.
MIDI:
MIDI support is available for playback of chords and scales. MIDI timings and other music notation parameters may be changed by the user. MIDI data may be plotted against the fretboard (using the A-F position names). All notes that are played through
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Guitar Theorist is a professional level chord and scale utility for guitarists. This application was developed to be a professional level guitar chord, scale, interval, and note computation program, that adapts to string detunings, and placement of a capo. Chords and scales may be computed from user defined families, or from a large selection of predefined families.

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Interface:
Guitar Theorist has an intuitive interface. Intervals and notes may be found instantly, and by using the fretboard, or music notation interface, with all chord position data displayed. You may find a note, and ask how far it is from another note. You may also find a note that is given interval from another note. Chords may be computed from any of 92 user defined families, or from any of 33 predefined families. They may be computed over any of 15 roots, with standard tuning, and without capo. Full fretboard chord charts may be plotted with note names, scale degrees, or generic designators, which are shown with complete fingering positions. Chord charts are not produced with look-up tables. The chords, and notes that make up a chord, are computed, and displayed in chord chart form, or as conventional chords.

Frets and Guitar Scales:
Chords may be selected from the fretboard interface, which displays all playable chord positions. Standard fretboard positions are displayed, with the note names, the chord’s degree, root and order. Notes, and note degrees may be edited, moved, and deleted.

Interval Lists:
Guitar Theorist generates interval lists. Chords, scales, and intervals may be computed with or without a capo, or over any of 21 roots. The option to compute intervals is found on a menu. Intervals can be added to a document, or a music notation, or chord chart.

Sound:
Guitar Theorist plays chord, scale and interval lists. Chords may be played through a sound card or MIDI port, over the full fretboard (0-23), over any fretboard window, or over a selected range. Timing, and other MIDI parameters, such as strum rate, note durations, velocity, channel, and patch number, may be set up by the

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Guitar Theorist is a powerful application, for guitarists who use professionally tuned guitars, and would like to explore the possibilities of chord and scale analysis. The program is a complete chord and scale composer, and a complete chord and interval analyzer. It has a rich chord chart display system, and a powerful, yet intuitive music notation display. Users may enter notes and chords, or use pre-defined chart note families, families of chords, and chord charts. Chords may be inserted by dragging from the music notation window, or from a chord chart. Chords may be removed from a chart with a chord edit tool. The program’s chord chart editing features allow notes to be deleted, or fingering to be changed, and chord charts may be put into a list, for printing.
The program’s chord analysis feature allows chord names to be derived from groups of notes. The notes may be entered by clicking on a fretboard, or music notation window, and the analysis results are listed in a document window. The program finds all possible ways the group of notes could be interpreted. Filters may be used to reduce the number of possibilities.
Note names may be derived from groups of intervals. The intervals may be entered by clicking on a fretboard, or music notation window, and the analysis results are listed in a document window. The program finds all possible ways the group of intervals could be interpreted. Filters may be used to reduce the number of possibilities. Both the chords and scales are display as full fretboard charts.
The notes, chords, and intervals may be played using the program’s sound engine. Chord names may be displayed on the fretboard. Chord names may be entered by clicking on a fretboard, and the notes may be entered by clicking on a music notation window. Chords and scales may be inserted, deleted, and moved in both the chord chart and fretboard windows, with the fretboard shift tool. The chord chart window may be put into a list, for printing.
A graphical chord and interval editor, is used to find intervals, and chords. Notes and chords may be entered by clicking on a fretboard, or music notation window, and the chord and interval results are listed in a document window. Any notes, chords, or intervals may be deleted from a document window. Chords and intervals may be entered via a note and chord list window, and these may be deleted with the chord editor window. Chords may be stored in a list, for printing. The

System Requirements For Guitar Theorist:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Processor: 2.8 GHz Processor
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9.0c Compatible with Geforce GTX 460, Radeon HD 5770, or Intel HD4000
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 1 GB available space
Minimum: OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10Processor: 2.8 GHz ProcessorMemory: 4 GB RAMGraphics: DirectX 9.0

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