If a song is in C# minor, your software will detect Db as the tonic triad which is a chord so rare that almost 100% of the time it could assume C#m and be correct. Have Chordify default to suggest standard enharmonic chords as opposed to chords with double flats and double sharps despite them sometimes being necessary in the case of secondary function. For example a V/VI chord in the key of F# major would be a A# major chord (A#, C##, E#). It would be easier for the performer's sake to see that chord as Bb major even though functionally that wouldn't make sense.
If would also be a good feature if the user could simply edit the key of the song. There are many instances where the key is incorrectly identified, where it’s displayed as the dominant or relative major of the actual key.
A feature to give 1st, 2nd, and 3rd inversions of chords would also be a great option to have - this would make tabbed chords sound closer to the original music, and provide the user with extra capabilities.
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