This is software for composing chord progressions.
It can also play, arpeggiate, and record to MIDI.
It is the most advanced chord and scale filter on
the net. It generates color-coded lists and organizes
chords and scales in ways that chord books can't.
It gives you an easy way of relating chords with scales.
It helps you keep track of keys (scales), accidentals,
subsets and supersets, and pivot chords. It lets
you put chords in progressions and use them as
inputs to generate output keys to modulate to.
It lets you use keys as inputs to generate output
chord lists. Output chord and scale lists are
color-coded showing accidentals, subset and
supersets, input and output chord and key
relationships, and possible pivot chords. Input
chords can also filter output chord lists which
may be categorized under keys. This is based
on chord extensions and is a very useful
composition tool - see FAQ.
Other features include: numerous filter
and output color options, a large chord library or
the option to filter All possible note combinations,
multiple input key options, sequencer with loop
control, numerous arpeggiator settings,
play/arpeggiate chords with the mouse, play notes
by moving the mouse over the fretboard or keyboard,
record to a midi file, set and store voicings or let
them be automatically selected, alternate fretboard
tuning and orientation, convert letters to numbers, and
automatic lookup for chord names. The sequencer can
be playing while you set loops, change durations,
tempo, and Arp settings. The chord and scale librarys
are extensive and come from years of playing and
researching popular chord books. The rest of the
features are too numerous to mention for this page.
The accuracy of chords, keys, and functions is guaranteed.