Davide Lovecchio

3D Artist | Programmer | Music Producer

Software: Visual Studio 2013

This app, for windows phone 8.1, offers the opportunity to find the most compatible scale to a series of chords or just a series of casual notes entered by the user, and also provides a list of the most common chords and scales.

Every note is provided with realistic sound.

You can find the app in the store HERE!

Here the main menu, below a detailed description of the four functions.

1. Enter a Chord

Every column represents a chord, written like a standard guitar tab, so, from the top to the bottom, the strings are: e, B, G, D, A, E, and the precise note in every string is indicated with the fret number.

With the CheckBox you can enable/disable the chord.

The six vertical blocks represent the string, tap them to insert or modify the notes.

Use the button to delete the entire chord.

Go to see the most compatible scales.

Add another blank chord.

Clear all the chords.

Go back to the Main Menu.


After tapping the six blocks, you're carried to the neck page.

You can zoom and scroll the neck, then simply tap the strings to enter the notes.

Save the changes and go back to the chords page.

Clear the chord.

Play the sound.

2. Enter a Scale

If you don't need to enter a chord, but just a series of notes, the "Enter a Scale" function is the most appropriate form of input.

Just tap the strings to enter all the notes you want.

Go to see the most compatible scales.

Clear the scale.

Go back to the Main Menu.


Whether you have chosen to use chords or scale input, you'll be carried to the result page.

Here are shown the most compatible scales, with any of your input notes that are out of the regular scale progression.

Clicking here you can see all the other scales in order of compatibility.

For a more graphic presentation, you can tap on the name of the scale for watching it on the neck.

Display the chosen scale

After you've clicked on the chosen scale, you can see his entire regular progression in green, and the wrong notes, extended on the whole neck, in red.

Show/hide the wrong notes.

Go back to the results page.

3. Search a Chord

Here you can find a lot of different chords, that can be directly used in the "Enter a Chord" page.

Just select the name of the chord and his extension.

Go to see the Chord and his different positions.

Go back to the Main Menu.

Here you can visualize the chosen chord and his different positions.

Use the Chord in the "Enter a Chord" page.

Change the Chord position.

Play the sound.

Go back to the Main Menu.

4. Search a Scale

Just select the note and the name of the Scale you want to visualize.