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Useful AI
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I have found a useful app for android and apple devices called chord.ai there is a free and paid version, but the free version works adequately.

It scans audio files / videos from YouTube and works out the chords for songs.

Yes I know there are websites that have tabs but not if they are instrumental songs.

https://www.chordai.net/#:~:text=Chord%2...0the%20web.
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So I’ve performed some test with YouTube music video, to see the results for scanning the chords in a song. The results were not great. 

I did find some paid software which gave better results but this only scans audio files for the chords of a song, it’s quite easy to download the audio track from a YouTube video.

The software is called decoda 

https://products.zplane.de/products/decoda/

(You can get It for free if you know where to look).

The results were far better.
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Yamaha Chord tracker is quite good - it scans music and then creates a file that can be sent direct to a genos
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Musical Memories & Nickt

Thanks for this thread and the attempt to find an AI that can be used for our purposes.

Even the best AI faces major challenges in music, because music is one of the most complex things out there.
I've tried the supposedly best ones on the market that cost money, but none have been flawless.

Korg has probably used AI to calculate chord sequences on the Pa5X, but there are still many errors in many styles.
AI is still in its infancy in terms of development, but will soon become a formidable tool for anyone involved in music, as the database grows larger and larger.
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