Chordify is an awesome site! It transforms music from YouTube, SoundCloud or your private collection and converts it into chords. that you can play along with on a guitar, ukulele, or piano. It’s a freemium service – meaning that there is a free level and a premium (paid for) level.
The free version includes 3 songs in music storage, maximum song duration of 10 minutes, maximum file size of 10 MB, and .PDFs of the chord diagrams. To compare that to the Premium, check out this link.
When you arrive you’ll notice there is a navigation strip along the top of the page with the options: Home, Library, More, Create Account, Login, and then social media buttons. In the center of the page you’ll find the field were you can either upload a song from your collection (you’ll need to create an account to do so) or the field below it where you can paste in a URL to the song you want to convert.
To create a free account, click Create Account at the top of the page and then fill out the form with your name, a working e-mail address, and create a password. Then click the Create Account button on the form. You’ll be automatically signed in.
I put in the YouTube link for my favorite song at the moment, Noosa’s “Walk on By”, and it generated this page. When I press play it starts the song, and the chord field also starts playing. The free version allows you to play, pause, download, and get diagrams on how to play the chords.
I think this is a pretty cool way to experience your favorite songs if you play the guitar, ukulele, or piano. Check it out today!