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Songpress 1.7.2 / 1.8.1 RC 1 for Windows

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Description:Load chord files or create new ones from scratch with various tools for an automated and enhanced process with this powerful application
Version:Songpress 1.7.2 / 1.8.1 RC 1
File name:songpress-1.7.2-setup.exe
File size:
18.6 MB
Operating System:Microsoft Windows
Requirements:Windows 10 32/64 bit
Windows 8 32/64 bit
Windows 7 32/64 bit
Windows Vista 32/64 bit
Windows XP 32/64 bit
Updated on:August 16, 2021
Downloaded:3,272 times
Developer:Luca Allulli


Music can completely shift a mood or express different emotions, besides providing a relaxing or aggressive audio background. However, it’s not just random notes that give off vibes, with music being the result of solid knowledge and set of corresponding rules. In this regard, Songpress comes as a powerful means of writing music and lyrics, saving it under a few different states.
The application is much designed like a simple text editor, and this is because one part of it is. The initial startup asks you whether or not you want the application to help you out by transposing difficult songs, based on notes and chords. Dedicated options then let you configure the difficulty of each chord and note so that the program knows when to intervene.
Once all configurations are done, you can either import existing chords or start writing down songs. File support is decent, and although you can’t drag target items over the main window, the open dialog suffices. If chords on your computer are under formats like CRD, CHO, CHOPRO, PRO, or TAB, then it’s safe to load and edit them with this app.
Manually writing down songs is easy enough. The application pretty much functions like a programming language for music, with color differentiation for title, chord, chorus, comment, as well as verses with or without labels. What’s more, these can easily be inserted through upper toolbar buttons, with your effort being reduced to inputting values.
A few built-in tools can be used to tweak songs. As such, you can transpose a song, simplify chords, or convert between tab and chordpro files. In addition, text related options are put at your disposal in order to quickly find specific parts or strings, replace words, and even remove blank lines. Saving benefits from a few more options than import, with new files created under formats like SVG, PNG, HTML, enhanced metafile, as well as vector image to your clipboard.
All things considered, we can safely state that Songpress is a practical application you can use to create chords with lyrics in a simple, yet powerful environment. File support is decent, letting you load and save various formats, while built-in tools make sure processing is most of the times automated to reduce your effort to a minimum.

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