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Chordy

Chordy is a new instrument app that ships with both Audiobus and Virtual MIDI in version 1.0!

Chordy iTunes Description:

Chordy is a chord player app for music creators. With a unique UI it's very easy to play chords and chord tones.

  • Audiobus support:
    You can stream live audio directly to other apps!
  • Virtual MIDI support:
    You can control other Virtual MIDI compatible apps (e.g. Animoog, Sunrizer synth, Launchkey, etc).
  • Piano Mode:
    Beautiful acoustic/electric piano sound.
  • MIDI Mode:
    Control your favorite synthesizers via Virtual MIDI.
  • Easy chord playing with Auto Select Feature (Diatonic Triad/7th)
  • Select a root note (and a chord type if needed) to play a chord
  • Play arpeggio/glissando with Chord Tone Pads
  • Octave Shift (from -2 to +2)
  • 4 scales available (Major, Natural/Harmonic/Melodic Minor). Select Parallel or Relative
  • scale change between major/minor.
  • Key Transpose Feature
  • You do not have to go another screen to change your settings. Change even while you are playing a tune.

* Chordy sends MIDI signals to all ports availavle. So you can control more than 2 apps simultaneously if you need.

Buy Chordy on iTunes: $4.99


Reader Comments 5

Looks very interesting for a midi controller. I keep thinking of a iOS game that I've played called Chordy! I think it's spelt the same . This music app looks quite cool though

December 10, 2013  | person_outline Brian

I would be interested if anyone can comment on what they use their old iPads as with what apps for being a midi controller

December 10, 2013  | person_outline Andre

Will have to wait until thesoundtestroom gives this a spin. I watched the video and I don't think I saw any glissando effects.

December 10, 2013  | person_outline Brian

Not much of a demo - it looks like there is a lot more to it than what is shown in the video. It reminds me a lot of Chordion and Polychord, so it will definitely have to have something special that the other two don't to be worth a purchase.

December 10, 2013  | person_outline ZenLizard

The video demo shows you touch a chord button and then touch another button to play it. That is not going to work. The chord must play on the first touch. How could you play a rhythmic chord progression by having to touch twice to play each chord?

December 15, 2013  | person_outline Jerry
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