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This article was published on January 15, 2014

Chordify’s chord-generating platform for SoundCloud and YouTube music goes premium with new features

Chordify’s chord-generating platform for SoundCloud and YouTube music goes premium with new features
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Last year we brought you news on Chordify, a service that lets budding guitarists upload songs, or copy/paste URLs from YouTube or SoundCloud, and see exactly what chords to play. That’s it in a nutshell, at least.

Now, the Netherlands-based service is launching a Premium version, which reels in many of the features requested by users over the past twelve months. Costing €5.99/month, €49.99/year or €99 for life, subscribers will gain access to chord transposing, chord printouts, playback-speed altering, and personal library management.

The company claims an impressive two million monthly users, with one million songs ‘Chordified’ to date. Chordify Premium will officially debut this coming Friday, at the ESNS ‘14 conference in Groningen, Netherlands.

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