The Guitar & Piano Chord Dictionary Programs

Posted by: Callie - PG Music

The Guitar & Piano Chord Dictionary Programs - 10/16/20 10:00 AM

Happy National Dictionary Day!*

Head to our Other Windows Software page to find programs like PowerTracks, GuitarStar: Brent Mason Country, Video Guitar Lessons, and more!

Scroll down and you'll find our Guitar Chord Dictionary & Piano Chord Dictionary programs. Each Chord Dictionary allows you to choose a root note to select the chord you want to learn, and it will be displayed on-screen with either the piano keyboard or the guitar fretboard!

In the Guitar Chord Dictionary & Piano Chord Dictionary you can change the sounds within the Settings window, whether it be the Root note or the Chord, and it doesn't even have to be a guitar or piano! Looking through the options, there's various piano choices, guitar choices, organ, etc. - but you can also choose more unique sounds like the tuba, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, and more!

*October 16th
Posted by: Jim Fogle

Re: The Guitar & Piano Chord Dictionary Programs - 10/16/20 05:38 PM

I purchased both the guitar and piano chord dictionaries and use at least one or the other almost every day.

My favorite feature of both programs is what I call reverse chord look-up. By that I mean I tell a program the fingering of a chord and the program displays the name, or names, of the chord.

One benefit is once I know the name one of these dictionaries labels a chord then I know that name will be accepted by Band-in-a-Box.

Another benefit is that I can use the programs even while the computer is offline from the internet.
Posted by: Icelander

Re: The Guitar & Piano Chord Dictionary Programs - 10/22/20 11:57 AM

Honestly, sometimes it's like the PG Marketing posters are just edging me on to poke more "Not on Mac!" grumbles at them wink
Posted by: MarioD

Re: The Guitar & Piano Chord Dictionary Programs - 10/22/20 05:08 PM

Originally Posted By: Icelander
Honestly, sometimes it's like the PG Marketing posters are just edging me on to poke more "Not on Mac!" grumbles at them wink


If it's not on a Mac then by all means complain and put a wish in the wishlist forum.