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ChordFlow by Dmitry Klochkov

ChordUp and Clawtar developer Dmitry Klochkov released ChordFlow, a seriously impressive looking 4-track polyphonic chord sequencer. Using a library of chords, you can quickly draw in new chord progressions, and it features a sophisticated sequencer with loop and solo functions.

ChordFlow arrives with MIDI out and Ableton Link support!

ChordFlow iTunes Description:

ChordFlow is a chord sequencer with a unique 4-track polyphonic arpeggiator, extensive chord library, MIDI out and Ableton Link support.

Use it as a songwriting tool:
Discover inspiring chord progressions and arpeggiator patterns for your new songs. Try re-harmonizing your existing songs using advanced chords from the library containing 50+ chord types.

Use it as a backing track tool:
Create a chord progression, select a looping mode and practice your solo on your favorite instrument or sing along with ChordFlow.

Use it for live performance:
Prepare multiple sections with different chord progressions and different arpeggiator patterns. Loop a section or a specific chord, jump between sections or chords on the go. Edit arpeggiator patterns while playing to add variation to your performance. Play in sync with other apps using Ableton Link.



FEATURES

- More than 50 chord types available.
- Intuitive tools for drawing arpeggiator sequences.
- 1 to 32 steps arpeggiator
- 4 tracks in a arpeggiator sequence.
- 3 sequencer looping modes: one pass, loop selected, loop all.
- Quantised jumps between sections.
- A song can be split by any number of sections each containing different chords and arpeggiator sequences.
- Songs can be saved on disk.
- MIDI Out to any CoreMIDI compatible app, USB or WI-FI
- Ableton Link support

Here is a fairly impressive demo of the app in action with Ableton Link. There are a few more demos on Dmitry's YouTube Channel.

Reader Comments 2

I'm curious about this and like the idea, generally. I'd like to see if it includes custom scales & custom chords.
Sounds good.
April 23, 2017  | mood_bad psysword
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