Read about new features, ideas, and success stories of guitar players around the world using ChordPic to create chord diagram images.
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June 20th, 2020
Another requested feature is now ready to use: Changing the color of individual fingers and barre chords! Just like adding text you can click on the “Edit Colors” button and then click on a finger or a barre chord to reveal a color picker where you can pick a color for the finger or barre chord that you selected. As easy as that! Here’s an example:
Have you found a bug or do you have an idea how to make this feature even better? Don’t hesitate to write us an email!
June 6th, 2020
The probably most requested feature is now finally here: Each finger and barre chord can now be labelled! You can now add arbitrary text to each nut and each barre chord. Here’s an example:
It’s really easy too. Just click on the “Edit Text” button at the bottom of the chord editor and start labelling your fingers and barre chords.
As always, if you have any suggestion how to make this feature even better or if you experience any problems with this new feature please write us an email!
May 2nd, 2020
Multiple users of ChordPic have reported that it was not possible to create a chord diagram with a barre chart and a finger on the same fret. This is now fixed! You can now create chord diagrams like this:
Special thanks to everyone that reported this issue.
Have you found a bug or do you have a feature request? Don’t hesitate to write us an email. Together we will improve ChordPic to make it the best chord diagram creator out there!
May 2nd, 2020
ChordPic was created after its predecessor, Chordpix, suddenly went offline and left guitar players around the world hanging. After Jonathan Eli, my friend and brilliant guitar player, told me about this I immediately started implementing a replacement. It has been a fun side project ever since, and I’m looking forward to continuing improving this tool for all guitar players.
Since the very early days of ChordPic, Jonathan Eli has been using the generated chord chart images for his unique educational YouTube channel. You should definitely check out Jonathan Eli’s YouTube channel!