chord-notation-driven sequencers

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deufrai
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chord-notation-driven sequencers

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Hi good fellas !

I'm stuck without any MIDI keyboard for a while and have to do some harmony learning

Do you guys know of a sequencer where I can input chords (with a default duration, like whole notes) by notation.
I.e. type "Cm7" rather than draw each single note.

Thanks for your advices
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Re: chord-notation-driven sequencers

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If you have an Android device there's ChordBot.

deufrai
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Re: chord-notation-driven sequencers

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This ChordBot is for sure a keeper, thanks for the tip.

Still looking for the same, but for the desktop

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Re: chord-notation-driven sequencers

Post by varpa »

I think you can sequence in chords with gmorgan.

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