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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.


- 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.

April 21, 2017  | person_outline Tim Webb
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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