Learn your favorite songs without tabs or sheet music.
Whether you play for the world or yourself, all musicians need a good ear for harmony, melody, and rhythm. Using the songs in your music collection, Capo guesses the beats, chords, and key of songs to help you break them down to their individual parts. Capo’s unique technology helps you to learn your favorites quickly as you improve your ear along the way.
Capo is simple and yet so, so good, even the professionals use it:
“Capo is AMAZING!!! Very clutch. Especially when parts are kinda tough in the mix that I can’t make out easily. With other apps you lose quality, this still sounds correct.”
– Omar Edwards: Keyboardist/Music Director for Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kanye West, Eminem, and more
“When I sat down and started using Capo for the first time, I was amazed at how big a punch this little app packs! It’s intuitive, convenient, and high-quality.”
– Rebecca Lovell: Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Piano for Larkin Poe
(Read more at capoapp.com/testimonials)
*** HEAR THE SONG ***
Slow everything down, scrub to hear specific notes, and easily create regions that loop as you learn to play the tricky parts. Use Capo’s tools to isolate specific instruments and even vocals to learn any part of a song. With a couple simple switches, you can focus on the piano or eliminate everything to practice the guitar solo.
*** BREAK IT DOWN ***
Capo automatically guesses the beats, chords, and key of songs to get you started. Change, add, or remove the detected chords easily with a few taps as you identify alternate chords and voicings.
*** PAUSE THE SESSION ***
Capo saves each song as a project, including the loop regions you set, chord changes, and even the playback position. Learn songs at your own pace and revisit them on any device thanks to iCloud sync for your projects.
*** SO MUCH MORE ***
- Transpose songs to different keys
- Rename regions to keep organized
- Use the Tabbing song view to quickly capture solos and melody
- Beat detection estimates the tempo and helps snap regions
- Edit chords one at a time or globally
- Display chord diagrams for Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Ukulele, Bass, and now Piano
- Rock on southpaws! Capo has a lefthanded chord box option
- Five different metronome sounds
**NOTE**: Capo works with music you own, but cannot access streaming tracks from Apple Music, Spotify, etc.
Compatibility: OS X 10.11 or later 64-bit
Web Site: http://capoapp.com/mac
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/capo-3/id696977615?mt=12
What’s New in Capo 3.6
*** New Features ***
- * 7 New Languages! This update adds localizations for French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. We hope to continue adding support for more languages in the future, so please contact us if you’d like to see your native language added to this list!
- * (Simple) Piano Chords Capo can now display chords using familiar keyboard diagrams. The notes in a chord are indicated in a way that makes it easy to build your own chord voicings.
- * Improved Guitar Chord Display Using a bolder font and modified fretboard styling, we made Capo’s chords a little easier to read. We also put in a great deal of work to make the chord display consistent across iOS and macOS versions of Capo.
*** Enhancements ***
- * You can now navigate between chords using the left and right arrow keys when a chord is selected.
- * Changes to the chord display are now animated
*** Bug Fixes ***
- * Empty chord entries no longer appear in the results when editing chords.
- * Empty chord boxes no longer appear when detecting and adding new chords.
- * We spent some time cleaning up the keyboard event handling to fix a number of issues, such as playback commands interfering with text input, or the playback commands failing to work completely.
- * Changes to note entry and audio playback volume are once again persisted to user preferences.
We love hearing from our customers, so please leave a review on the App Store to share your positive experiences with others, or send us a support email if you have any questions for us. We’re listening, and appreciate all your bug reports and feedback!