i switched from windows about a year ago and have been looking on and off since then for a piece of software i used and can't find anything comparable for my mac. maybe someone here can help. i play guitar and sometimes learn songs i enjoy listening to. sometimes songs will have a chord or note in them that is hard to pick out by ear, so on windows i would use a program called AP Tuner to identify the chord/note. the program was basically a chromatic tuner, but i could select an option within it to "record what you hear" and instead of using the microphone to pick up sound (like you would tuning your guitar) it would hear stuff played with winamp or iTunes. it would then display the main chord progression of the song as the song played. there are many, many chromatic tuners for the mac, but i have found all of them to be pretty crappy. even when using them for what they're really for (tuning a guitar) they are horribly off. so what im asking is does anyone know of an application for my mac that will display chords/notes for me as i play the song, say in iTunes? when i first saw the new version of garageband, i thought it would be able to do it, but it doesn't. it displays notes, but only using the microphone and it too is sadly not very accurate. thanks.