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Need some instant songwriting inspiration? Use our versions of a chord generator and get 14 chords that sound good together in just a few clicks then arrange them into a song and voila. Add your magic and learn to play your song! Video tutorial here:

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App Tutorial, Intro Series, Magical Pick, songwriting -

So you have all of these amazing chords to choose from our chord family libraries, now what? You're in for a treat, explore and create thousands of chords and then make progressions out of them with our chord progression builder! Simple drag and drop functionality, filters, reordering, and basic playback included. When you're ready to practice, record, and share, hit add magic in the bottom right corner to take this songwriting journey your on to the next level!  For the nitty gritty of how to use our progression builder, watch this video:

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App Tutorial, Magical Pick -

Welcome to the first installment of our Magical Pick App tutorial series! To get started we want to showcase the home for all of your ideas, your Magical Pick Studio. Here you can see everything you've created and organize your ideas as well as get to all of other other sections of the app. Enjoy!  

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performance, songwriting, stage fright -

For many songwriters, the fear of playing in front of people becomes this giant grizzly beast that seems to level up every time you back out on sharing your song. “No, I’m ok”…the beast grew stronger. “Not tonight, maybe next time”…stronger and stronger. It only takes so many times convincing yourself “no", that eventually your mind will go on auto-pilot and not even fight.

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Intro Series, Key -

I know what some of you might be thinking reading this heading… “A key is the little piece of metal with teeth that I put in the lock to open the door.” That’s true.  But in a musical context a key is something else entirely.  However, not unlike the key you might have been thinking of, musical keys can unlock all kinds of potential.  You’ve probably heard someone say ‘this song is in the key of G major’ before.  What does that mean?  In Western music, we’re generally dealing with 12 possible notes.  When we say that we’re playing within...

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