Harmap is a free tool to view the available music notes you
can play on a diatonic harmonica.
- Minor bug fix in the “draw on top” view.
- New presentation: green hole number = half-valved hole.
- New commands to half-valve/unvalve all holes at once.
- Select the key of the harp you want to view.
- Choose the tuning of the harp from a pre-configured list.
- View traditional blusy bends, overbends and half-valved
- Modify natural notes directly into the graphical user
interface and visualize instantly resulting bends.
- Hide overbends and half-valved bends.
- Export to picture
- Diagram mode: view blow notes upon the draw ones (as on www.overblow.com) or draw notes
upon the blow ones (as represented on some tabs or site,
- Half-valve/unvalve hole directly into the graphical user
- Export to Seydel TabTool file format (*.harp file)
- Choose a scale or a chord and a key. View immediately the
position of the corresponding notes on the harp. View the “tablature”
of the scale/chord in a status bar.
- View hole numbers.
- Import/Export harmonica pattern to file.
- Mix normal and half-valved holes in the same instrument.
- Make your own special tuning catalog and see what notes you
can play. 10 holes, 12 holes, 6 holes any number of holes.
- Choose between US/northern Europe notation (C, D, E...) and
France/Southern Europe notation (Do, Ré, Mi...)