See over 130 chords in AR 🎹

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Tonic is the world's first AR chord dictionary. View over 130 chords in AR on your own piano.


Pavel Karnaukhov
Alexander Sysoenko
  • Alexander Sysoenko
    Alexander SysoenkoCDO, Spheroid Universe AR

    User friendly and elegant


    should promise something behind chords))

    We often forget that all ingenious is simple. The desire to build industry platforms with many functions often distracts us from solving certain important everyday problems. In the case of Tonic we can tell that it is elegant, simple, understandable, friendly and very useful for beginners-musicians. The application not only shows how to do something, but also gives insights and an understanding why it is necessary to do so.

    Alexander Sysoenko has used this product for one day.


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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Clever idea! This is a great example where AR glasses would help, so you could play without occupying your hands with a phone.
Daniel Kuntz
Daniel KuntzMaker@danielkuntz0 · Creator of awesome things
Hi Product Hunt 😺 Tonic is the world's first AR chord dictionary. Chords are amazing. But for musicians who aren't jazz aficionados, finding a chord from a lead sheet is often frustrating and time consuming. And for the many talented musicians who don't read sheet music, chord dictionaries with music notation don't make things any easier. Tonic is the solution. Using AR, Tonic lets you easily view over 130 chords on your own piano. It tells you exactly where to place your fingers to play almost any chord. Great for students, professionals, or anyone interested in music. Features: - Over 130 chords with music notation - Flat/sharp display modes - 3 octaves to choose from - An adorable app icon Open to suggestions and feature requests! Hit me up 🤙
Jeff Eisley
Jeff Eisley@jeffeisley · I talk about apps on YouTube <3
This looks SUPER convenient!
Alexander Lyabah
Alexander Lyabah@alexander_lyabah
So awesome)))
Dana Jeanne Marie
Dana Jeanne Marie@danabrain · Girl seeks great new apps.
This is awesome! I've wondered how to easily access chords so I can compose my own little ditties as a lapsed piano student. This will be an amazing help!