Chord progression and melody plugin

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hdr
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Chord progression and melody plugin

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I'm looking for a plugin to write chord progressions and melodies like this:
https://mixedinkey.com/captain-plugins/captain-chords/
or this:
https://www.hooktheory.com/hookpad

Is there any one working with ardour?
OS: Debian 10 DAW: Ardour 6

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There is nothing so fancy under linux.

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That's an auto-arranger.

You'll want to check out BackupBand, especially its "Songsheet Editor".


https://sourceforge.net/projects/backupband/

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stanlea wrote:There is nothing so fancy under linux.
But maybe the point was 'do these work with wine'?
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So, this should have happened sooner or later. How sad. I was hoping it will never occur, but the forces of evil succeeded. Don't you also want an automatic mixing application, an automatic publisher, an automatic promoter, and an automatic money collector?
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tavasti wrote:
stanlea wrote:There is nothing so fancy under linux.
But maybe the point was 'do these work with wine'?
Maybe... OP ?

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AlexTheBassist wrote:So, this should have happened sooner or later. How sad. I was hoping it will never occur, but the forces of evil succeeded. Don't you also want an automatic mixing application, an automatic publisher, an automatic promoter, and an automatic money collector?
I don't know if captain chords creates chord progressions automatically, at least for me it does not look like it, but more of tool for composing chord progressions by selecting from suitable chords with mouse.

But next level is available, midi packs, containing chords and chord progressions. Ok, same chord progressions are used in most songs. But things don't stop there. There is also melody midi packs! If we think hypothetical situation what would happen when someone creates some hit song with such melody, and someone else sues for intellectual property theft. Who is to be sued, 'maker' of song, or maker of that midi pack?

https://unison.audio/product/unison-pop ... ollection/
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