TuneSmith’s offers two chord dictionaries to explore a variety of chord voicings and add the desired chords to your chord sheets.
Since most chords offer more than one voicing, the buttons to the left of the chord chart allow you to select the next voicing (‘>’), select the previous voicing (‘<’), delete the selected voicing (‘-’) or create a new voicing (‘+’) for the chosen chord. You can also click on the star to mark the selected voicing as your favorite.
A graphic will slide up to illustrate the position on a guitar fretboard, the intervals, the notes and the unabbreviated name of the chosen chord.
TuneSmith offers more than 4800 chord charts; the majority of them are basic chords. To add advanced chord charts to your chord sheets you will likely have to create your own voicing by clicking on the ‘+’ button after selecting the chord type. An info menu in the top part of the selection field shows the total number of chord charts entered into TuneSmith’s chord dictionary and indicates how many of those charts are custom charts, which you have added yourself.