Accordo is a retro inspired chord machine in the vein of the Suzuki Omnichord. Select the root note from the keyboard and choose from 8 different chords, then use the strum strip to play the chord just like an autoharp. Includes a built in rhythm machine and adjustable effects like wah and reverb.

Features & Adjustable Settings:

• Use the strum strip to strum chords or use chord buttons for full chords
• Built in rhythm machine with 10 drum patterns
• Combine chords. For example, hold down the "min" and "7th" buttons for a minor 7th chord.
• Separate tone shaping for chord buttons and strum strip.
• Volume balance between chord buttons and strum strip
• Sustain length for strum strip.
• Reverb for both chords and rhythm machine.
• Master volume
• Rhythm volume
• Tempo for rhythm machine
• Swing for rhythm machine

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5

5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Great chord app!


I love this app! It's really fun and easy to play. I don't know how to play a keyboard irl but with this I can make music that actually sounds good right away. It's cool for jamming with friends too because they can tell me which chords are in a song and I can play along improvisationally. It's pretty similar to the omnichord if you've seen that.

Limited way behind it's time.


For a product that cost 5 dollars. I honestly expected more. No midi connectivity. This would have been acceptable in the early days of iOS. So I say it is a certainly a waste of money folks. There are so many other great apps worth your time by big names too. Unfair review because this is purely based on price. I will rate this again if they make it free or they completely update the features but for now. Trash.

Just ok. Not very usable


The reason there isn't a trial is because you wouldn't buy it. No locking function, can't smoothly transition from major/minor chords, drums are crap. You won't be playing any songs on this : (


Charlie Lesoine
23.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2017 Charlie Lesoine


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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