Mando lets you look up chords for mandolins, the mandola and octave mandolins, all in standard tuning.
The program also provides additional chord processing for four non-standard mandolin tunings.
(Tenor guitar and tenor banjo players might also find this program useful, as the tunings for those instruments are supported).
In the standard tuning library, 17 chord types are supported, with three or four different fingerings each, depending upon the chord.
To plot a chord diagram, select the root of the chord from the Root menu and the type of the chord from the Type menu. Then diagram it with the Form 0, 1, 2 and 3 buttons, located on the tool bar.
Non-standard tunings do not contain these built-in chords, but full use of the Neck Window functions is supported.
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