Capo lets you slow down your favorite songs so you can hear the notes and learn how they are played. With Capo, you can quickly tab out your songs atop a highly-detailed OpenCL-powered spectrogram display.
- Detect, and enter chords
- Pitch adjustment
- Mark song sections
- Loop at slower speeds
- Export Capo-adjusted music
- Basic effects available
- We're excited to introduce the all-new "Simple Piano" chords display, making it easier to locate chord tones on the keyboard using a simplified one-octave display. The bass note of the chord is marked differently from the rest of the notes, which is helpful when building your own two-handed chord voicings. Head to the Notes tab in the Song Settings sidebar and select "Simple Piano" from the Chords Popup button.
- We're also pleased to announce that Capo has been translated to the following languages: French, Italian, German, Spanish (Laos), Japanese, Chinese (Traditional), and Chinese (Simplified). While we still only provide support in English, we would appreciate any feedback about how Capo behaves in your native language. We'd also like to hear any requests for additional languages you'd like to see added to this list.
- The main chord display in the Practice and Tabbing views has a new look, and now shares its behavior (and code!) with Capo touch for iOS.
- When a chord is selected, you can now navigate between chords using the arrow keys on your keyboard.
- Capo now animates its changes between the different chord display options.
- We spent some time improving the way Capo handles keyboard events in order to fix a number of issues where certain keystrokes would stop functioning.
- Your volume slider settings should once again persist in preferences as they used to. That is, each time you change the volume your preferred setting will be applied to all new documents.
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor