Fender’s excellent desktop app for learning to play songs is now available for free

May 17, 2018 Abhimanyu Ghoshal


Fender’s $35 Riffstation desktop app, which helps you break down songs to learn its chords and riffs at your own pace, is now available for free on macOS and Windows. Fire it up, open an MP3 or CD track, and Riffstation will break it down to show you the chords for the entire song. You can also slow the music down or speed it up, transpose its pitch, select a portion of the track to loop and learn, isolate instruments to hear them on their own, play along with a metronome, and view the chord shapes for guitar. There are…

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