iReal Pro MOD


Music Book & Backing Tracks
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Practice makes perfect. iReal Pro offers an easy-to-use tool to help musicians of all levels master their art. It simulates a real-sounding band that can accompany you as you practice. The app also lets you create and collect chord charts of your favorite songs for reference.

One of Time Magazine’s 50 Best Inventions of 2010.

“Now every aspiring musician has a backup band in their pocket.“ – Tim Westergren, Pandora Founder

Used by thousands of music students, teachers and some of the world’s top music schools such as Berklee College of Music and Musicians Institute.

• It’s a Book:
Create, edit, print, share and collect chord charts of your favorite songs for reference while practicing or performing.

• It’s a Band:
Practice with a realistic sounding piano (or guitar), bass and drum accompaniments for any downloaded or user-created chord chart.


Have a virtual band accompany you as you practice
• Choose from the included 51 different accompaniment styles (Swing, Ballad, Gypsy Jazz, Bluegrass, Country, Rock, Funk, Reggae, Bossa Nova, Latin,…) and even more styles are available as in-app purchases
• Personalize each style with a variety of sounds including piano, Fender Rhodes, acoustic and electric guitars, acoustic and electric basses, drums, vibraphone, organ, and more
• Record yourself playing or singing along with the accompaniment

Play, edit, and download any songs you want
• 1000s of songs can be downloaded from the forums in a few simple steps
• Edit existing songs or create your own with the Editor
• The Player will play any song that you edit or create
• Create multiple editable playlists

Improve your skills with the included chord diagrams
• Display guitar, ukulele tabs and piano fingerings for any of your chord charts
• Look up piano, guitar and ukulele fingerings for any chord
• Display scale recommendations for each chord of a song to help with improvisations

Practice in the way, and at the level, that you choose
• Includes 50 exercises for practicing common chord progressions
• Transpose any chart to any key or to number notation
• Loop a selection of measures of a chart for focused practicing
• Advanced practice settings (automatic tempo increase, automatic key transposition)
• Global Eb, Bb, F and G transposition for horn players

Share, print, and export – so your music follows you wherever you need it!
• Share individual charts or whole playlists with other iReal Pro users via email and the forums
• Export charts as PDF and MusicXML
• Export audio as WAV, AAC and MIDI

Always backup your songs!


- Fixed song not resizing correctly when resizing the window
- Fixed issue where searching the song list and using the space bar
- Fixed issue with blank screen after importing existing song from external browser
- Fixed issue with forum search results opening in the external browser
- Fixed search for song titles with diacritics
- New: With external keyboard, press Enter while searching and the arrows to select on of the search results


40 comentarios en "iReal Pro MOD"

  1. Great features for learning chords/chord progressions on guitar and keys. Very intuitive. I did not need to read the instructions to figure out how to loop sections, change speed, or display piano vs. guitar. The forums have a lot of additional content and it is very easy to import things into the app from the forum link within the app. This is perfect for learning music theory in quick bursts. You don’t need to be able to read sheet music; this app displays in tabs and visually on piano.

  2. I use this app all the time, I bought both Android & iOS versions. It’s great for practice & education (I create charts for my students so they’re playing along with a rhythm section as opposed to a clicking metronome); I use it to add drums to home recordings; I use it to provide structure to jams; I use it to help transcribe songs I’m learning. I recommend it to anybody that’s interested in an aid to practice, education, and just plain playing for fun.

  3. Jess L. dice:

    Excellent for working up backing tracks, making chord charts, and trying out different chords in a song. Hint: For a mellower sound, I change the iReal mixer from “piano” to “Rhodes 1” in many of the styles. I also very much appreciate the excellent customer support – I’d reported a bug in a previous version, which they fixed in a timely manner, and they’re polite and communicate well too.

  4. Good morning all, This app is incredible! I Love all of the capabilities it offers. Too many to list.You can really master the chord changes of songs with due diligence and commitment. I also Love the fact that the melody of the tune is not included. This forces the musician to learn it hopefully on their own. Ear training I feel is still very, very critical in the development of musicians. I am having a problem using it with my Laptop. It always displays the message that the app is already installed which I know it is on my phone. I am unable to choose my Laptop as the device I want to use because it is not showing in the list of devices. Please help me solve this long standing problem. I greatly appreciate your guidance and Thank you Again for a wonderful app!

  5. I LOVE this program! Not only can you find thousands of charts to jazz, blues and rock tunes (even share the charts over many different methods), but the practice/play along function is invaluable. Before I purchased this program (at such a reasonable rate!), I was constantly trying to find backing tracks for practicing both vocals and piano. But often, those free tracks were in the wrong key. And the paid tracks add up fast! With IRealPro, you can change the tempo (slower when you’re learning), set it to loop as many times as you want, create your own charts, modify charts, change the key (a must for my low voice), and even try the song with different rhythms. I don’t know what we did without it. I have bought copies for other band members too. Just DO it!

  6. Love the app and that it’s more geared towards jazz musicians and repertoire. One thing I wish it had though was the ability to hear a starting pitch possibly during the count off. I’m a jazz vocalist who sings by ear and doesn’t read music. That being said, I DO know a good portion of the jazz standard vocal repertoire and it would still be good to hear my starting pitch before singing. People I play with usually extend that courtesy and it would be good to have it available on the app as well!

  7. For me, as a practice tool for soloing over changes, or just practicing heads/melodies, this app………well, I don’t have enough superlative descriptors. I am always singing it’s praises to any musician who will listen. Very flexible with respect to changing keys, tempos, feels, styles, and sharing, printing, composing etc, etc. Feature request for the developers: Please incorporate the Nashville style chord notation (Roman numerals), so we can practice without relying on the key. Thank you!

  8. The professional version of iReal Pro has been an incredibly useful tool, as I’m constantly faced with situations with dynamic song lists. While I love my Real Book, it’s a bit much to carry. But this app has far more than just jazz standards for me to demolish on stage. The forum search tool enables me to find additional material created by other users. The app is also a useful teaching tool, as it will play music to give me a chance to practice. Transposing to any key, and number system!

  9. Wonderful app for having a backing track. There are hundreds (or more?) of standards and others that you can improvise with- they’ll play in any key, at any tempo, wlith a great sounding combo in as background (great sounding with decent amplifier/speaker). You can put difficult sections in indefinite loop. The chords you see can be set it for your particular instrument. You can write the chords for your own tune or peculiar chord practice needs. Thoroughly worth it!

  10. Initially installed on my Android Samsung phone and it worked perfectly. Unfortunately, when I went to my Samsung tablet, the device I planned on using the app, this app would not install. The prompt states not configured for device. A list of non compatible android devices would have been helpful. I have no intention of using this app with a phone. Cheers.

  11. Absolutely amazing. Best practice tool you can get. 5 stars are not enough. The loop function directly from the player is incredibly useful to learn songs. The only nitpick I have is that loop let’s you choose 2 or more bars, while a beginner (ie me) often needs to loop a single bar. The workflow for that is more difficult (create new song with single bar etc).

  12. I love this app. I used it to enter chords from the Rikky Rooksby songwriting book and got addicted. So I can go through the exercises in the book without my computer. It’s my fav chord progression making software. I wish I could audition chords before writing them. Also more playing styles and instruments please!!!! However it does what I needed it to do. Really really enjoying it, but it is slightly flawed.

  13. Jim Otto dice:

    iReal Pro has been an essential part of my Jazz & Rock 7-string guitar practice for many years. For example, I loop on chart phrases. I even used it in making recent jury videos. Customer support has been quick & helpful, both in the past & recently. This app has continued to improve over the years. I both modify the chords & names of provided charts. And make my own from scratch. I use backup to Google Drive to manually sync both my Android devices.

  14. ideal Pro is a great tool for learning and practicing songs. I found thousands of songs` chord changes in the community forums. I love being able to shift tempo, key, or drum rhythm style for the songs I’m practicing. The mixer lets us control which instruments are turned up in the play-along tracks, and suggested chord voicings are helpful.

  15. Sam Sung dice:

    Great tool with some drawbacks but well worth the money: When you change a groove all the instruments revert to default, can’t hear a change in drum patterns unless you start over (a bug…) ; can’t set a new name when you share. Biggest drawback: Grooves bound to particular sets of instruments based on the developers’ arbitrary tastes- can’t add or change instruments – that is the musician’s choice, not the developer’s choice.

  16. This app is amazing. I’ve had this app for about a year already and I there’s hasn’t been one practice session where I haven’t used it. There have even been times at the gig when songs have been called out and I had it right here on my phone. A must for anyone trying to up there jazz game or musicianship in general.

  17. Great App. Lots of styles and every chart known to play in any key. Love being able to find/ make your own tracks to practice certain solo aspects. Best backing track app I’ve ever used. Well worth the money.

  18. When you can’t always practice with a small combo, this is a great practicing tool! just make sure you have good headphones or stereo system. only qualm I wish it had other styles and backing instruments. I. e. lofi hip hop groove, NOLA Brass Band style, Sousaphone as a bass, jazz guitar, have both a keyboard and guitar with bass instrument.

  19. Bug on android when recording where the sound delays when paired with the backing track. Makes it really frustrating when you get the perfect run and its ruined by this bug. Yes, I am using wired headphones.

  20. Absolutely brilliant! Practising songs at any tempo, many different styles, any key…. and don’t have the keyboard or guitar chops to be your own backing band? This app is a life saver. I’m also starting to use it as part of an offline mobile songwriting workflow….having great fun figuring this out. The best part? I have the chords documented in an accurate chord chart afterwards! Easy to back up to Google Drive also. And doing this on a Samsung A12, not a high end mobile phone at all

  21. Excellent tool for students to learn to play over the changes to songs as well as a great book of tunes for professional rhythm section players to look up a tune that they may not know well enough to fake.

  22. Great app for students and professionals. Learn new tunes and refresh the old.Change the chords to the ones you are use to using. Different time signatures and tempos great for expanding your knowledge of music.

  23. What an amazing app. This one of those essentials. There is not many apps which actually improve your musical skill. I use it for jazz standards for saxophone. But if you come along a riff you want to practice you can make a little backing track on the fly. So many great features. You can highlight as many bars as you like to just play that part you are working out. Just amazing.

  24. I love the app! I couldn’t get I Real Pro to install at first. Long story short, the problem was that my “Good Play Store” and “Google Play Services” app storage folders were full. So I just deleted the cache for those apps and that solved the problem. I like this program a lot. I play banjo, guitar and mandolin. I love folk music and found over 300 free files at IReal Pro’s website, many of which I downloaded to my phone into the program. You can make your own songs from scratch and share them as WAV files (and a couple other formats). You can also upload your songs to share with others. I like how you can remove whatever instruments you want, leaving only say, the bass and percussion. It’s perfect for learning. There’s also a setting to automatically modulate into the next higher key while you’re playing, so you can learn to change keys. That’s helpful. A very nice program. Thank you.

  25. Extremely useful program. Everything is correct, convenient, and functional. I know a huge number of professional jazz musicians who have iReal on their phones (and a lot of students, of course). BTW I first heard about iReal from one of the most famous jazz guitarists, and I set it for myself just on his advice. Personally, I use it not only for practice, but, for example, on jams, as a chord book for playing many of jazz standards. And in addition, sometimes it is very useful and convenient to use some playback elements separately (and this is possible, since you can export not only the mixed track, but its individual parts also as audio (choosing different instruments moreover) or MIDI) when I need to prepare my own playback of a particular song. So five stars for sure!!! And thanks to the developers.

  26. Editor is utterly unusable. Can’t figure out how to enter simplest songs. No usable help. Gave up. Too bad. Otherwise nice app.

  27. Easy to use, fun. Tons of options to get exactly what you need. This is the standard that apps for musicians need to live up to.

  28. This is a great app, it is very useful for making charts, practicing and I gig with it. I also got an answer right away from the staff, excellent service and product!

  29. Really good for practicing piano with an accompaniment that sounds pretty good. I love using it. Makes practise much more engaging. I have one improvement suggestion after a few days of fairly intensive use. I often mis-count 4x repeats (and more) so it would be a great help if the app highlighted the next bar/measure too but in a different colour or way.

  30. This app is generally very useful and is an industry standard for a reason–however, it’s 2020 and people are still paying £14 for it so update the song styles, UI and chord recognition, PLEASE. There’s very limited scope for funk/rock feels in particular and these can be important to some kinds of repertoire. More Latin/Cuban styles and some actual playback support for odd and compound meters would be a big help instead of the bodged-together stuff like “I’m gonna play 4/4 but with an extra beat.” The app is oddly selective about chord extensions–it allows for some weird combinations of colours, but then I can’t do a halfdim with a flat 9. Copy and paste is very, very cumbersome and there must surely be a way to improve the workflow. Text entry for chords is still annoying. Why do we HAVE to go through symbols to find a ^ or -, or look for the ø character or clunk about typing “-7b5,” when even something as terrible as Sibeilus lets me type “Dm,” “Dmaj9,” “Dhalfdim?” It’s a mild nuisance that I’ve thankfully learnt to cope with, but as the most fluent way of entering chords, this should be the sort of thing that you update when your users “buy it for life” at a relatively high cost for an app.

  31. I have used this for a several years now, very pleased with all aspects of it. I recently bought a new tablet and wanted to use ireal pro on it as well. Couldn’t quite figure out how to transfer everything, I contacted cust service via email, the response was that very day and it led me down the correct path, I completed the transfer easily. Thank you ireal pro!

  32. Enzo L dice:

    No bug, clear help center, clear forums, perfect tool for musicians. Worth the cost.

  33. I used to every now and then open iReal Pro on my Samsung device, but for me it was a bit awkward to deal with while playing guitar. Only shortly, I found it works flawlessly under BlueStack 4 in Windows 10 x64. It is so good if you actually have a good sound system connected and a large screen. It is so convenient to have Jazz Standards as well as Pop, Country and Rock songs available, speed and key adjustable at will. A great tool for every student as it also trains your ability to “read” Real Book style chord sheets while you play. There’s nothing that compares to this to my opinion. Ease of use, flexibility and options make this a clear five star app!!

  34. I got this free on amazon about 3 years ago and to be honest it’s brilliant. I have used it solidly to do band arrangements ever since. It’s not been updated on amazon for about two years so thought hey the dev deserves my cash due to how much use I have had. Yes it has minor things missing but mostly this app does all you need for chord sheets for a full band. It doesn’t do notation in any form which is a shame. As you can’t write a strum rhythm on a part. But I love this.

  35. Very useful tool for students, has changed the value of my practices, get a lot more out of them. Easy to enter in a track, very configurable , large variety of options. I had contacted support for what I thought was a bug, but turned out to a useable feature. Very impressed with the response from the support team.

  36. Robbie B dice:

    Good app, useful and practical. Only taking a star off as in playlist mode there’s no way to sort by genre, composer or tempo etc, when you have hundreds of songs is hard to do it manually specially when you spend hours inputting all that info, it’ll be nice to get an update with that feature,

  37. The only songs available are not songs I’m trying to use. The ones I did want to use wouldn’t download. The song that would download … all the chords are wrong. I tried to edit the chords, but you can’t add Minor chords …. sure you can add a diminished augmented plus 11 chord, but not a simple minor?!?! Refund requested. This is not what I need

  38. I love iRealPro version ios. I bought version Android because I wanted to use it on a Windows10 computer. I checked the operation of iRealPro using BlueStacks simulator. It also need GoogleDrive. It’s so wonderful. Audio recording is not work. I don’t need that. I have to say Customer support is great. It’s like a kind friend. So you will be use iRealPro with confidence.Thanks.

  39. Really useful. Sophisticated enough to create fairly complex progressions. Simple enough to keep it quick. I wish there were a few super simplified styles; metronome plus a continuous chord pad.

  40. Just purchased this app thinking it was a pro app. After using it for a few hours and trying to write a score, I realised that it doesn’t do off beats, which is pretty essential when scoring music. Looked at some forums about this topic and this issue seems to go back years, you would have thought the developers would have addressed this by now, seems there not listening to there customers. Very disappointed. Can you please sort this issue out? Serious musicians beware!

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