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4.0 / 5     (5 votes)
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The Ultimate MIDI chord VST plugin.

Maps any note into 0 or more other notes.
  • Keyboard or guitar (generic fretted stringed instrument) view for chord input.
  • Basic strumming.
  • Input chords by clicking the keyboard display, MIDI Learn, or by typing intervals/note names directly.
  • Chord shapes and keyboard mappings can be saved/loaded as simple text files, displayed in menus on the plugin GUI.
  • Copy/Paste chords to other trigger notes.
  • Supports multichannel chords: each chord note can be output to any combination of MIDI channels.
  • Optional chord name recognition.
  • Applies input velocity to the output chord.
  • Output can be transposed for playing in other keys.
  • Set one chord per MIDI note for 128 different chords (Full mode).
  • Use Octave mode to repeat the same 12 chords in every octave.
  • Global mode transposes one chord across the whole input range.
  • Has 128 internal programs with optional MIDI program change listening.
  • Imports Cubase/Nuendo Chorder .xml presets.
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Sebastian Jul 14 2020
Jul 14 2020
Hi, installed correctly but no sound on akai mpk mini, any idea?
Zack Oct 13 2019
Oct 13 2019
I was wanting this so I could analysis chords as I play, but it only reads chords every time you click "learn". So far it's been accurate, just wish it just analysized as I played and it had a basic piano midi sound. Am I missing something?
Thomas Jan 27 2020
Jan 27 2020
Yes it's seem the same case. With javascript and an include, the prog display the name of the chord in a true realtime. And also display notes on a bar (still to debug)
DRIK-C Aug 23 2018
(4 / 5)
Aug 23 2018
Eric Aug 10 2016
Aug 10 2016
This is a neat program but I'd like to suggest something that would take it to the next level. Ive been doing this using sampled chords (wav audio) in Kontakt and its a powerful arranging tool, but very tedious to go back and manually write out every single chord and rhythm. My chord instrument for instance uses two different chord voicings for each octave, three velocity layers for varying the number of notes in each chord, and 24 keyswitches to select chord types. So for instance a major chord is selected by pushing C0 keyswitch, and on keys C2 are assigned the actual voicings for major guitar chords on those root notes. Then you can have minor on C#0 keyswitch, diminished on D0 and so forth. It's tedious to set everything up but the result is soooo handy
Tavasti Jun 21 2016
(5 / 5)
Jun 21 2016
This is great! With this VST you can map your midi keyboard keys to be 'shortcuts' to any chords.
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