Bizarre you can make a few bucks out of providing (user-supplied) chords to tunes. You're the ideal 'little-value-add' middleman - useful for the clueless with $8/month, and ridiculous for those with even a modicum of music training or those who can use Google. Good luck to you, although I wish you wouldn't appear in Google searches, wasting everyone's time as you lock out useful information till they subscribe. If people can't work out a chord from listening to music (it's not that hard if you've had even a bit of training), their knowledge and aptitude is so low I can't understand why they would pay for a service to do this most basic of tasks - it just seems like such an incredibly narrow market. To those who are thinking of subscribing, my advice is 'spend your year's subscription on a professional teacher who after a few lessons will tell you how to work out chords yourself' - they're really not that complicated, and paying to have them worked out for is kind of ridiculous - still chordify.net will happily take your cash if you can't do these basic tasks for yourself. Although beware: there is so much more to playing music than working out a chord - that's probably 5% to 10%, and only a music teacher or even online music instruction course can get you there: I guarantee, it will be much better money spent because you'll get the chance to develop your entire musical skills, not just chords, which are a tiny part of the whole thing.
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