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US Audiomodern's Chordjam offers chordal progression and musical pattern randomisation      21/05/21

Audiomodern and Distribution partner Plugivery have announced Chordjam; an AAX / AU / VST / VST3 / and Standalone chordal progression and musical pattern randomisation plug-in and application, for macOS & Windows platforms. This is what they have to say about it...

Chordjam is an innovative plug-in and standalone application that builds chords and progression patterns through intuitive user-guided randomisation.

Users may choose from a variety of different Scale and Chord types, Voicing parameters, and both Rhythms and Progressions, or have it's powerful sequencer conjure up an unlimited number of progression patterns based on any combination of setting to serve up unpredictable but always-musical variations...

Features :

  • Generate Random Chords
  • Trigger New Chords with Every Note Played
  • Unique Voicing Parameters
  • Intelligent Sequencer Engine
  • Arp Mode
  • Chord Progression & Pattern Presets
  • Generate Infinite Chord Patterns & Progressions
  • Everything is Synced to your Host tempo
  • Drag MIDI Chord and Pattern
  • Pads Section for Musical Performance
  • Quick Load preset Section
  • Choose Quantization settings
  • Shuffle & Shift Mode
  • Advanced Infinity Mode
  • Set Sequence range & Motion Settings
  • Set Range for Transposition, Time-Delay and Velocity
  • Save & Load your own patterns
  • Send MIDI to any Device, Software & Hardware
  • Advanced MIDI CC/Mapping editor
  • No Two Chords will Ever be the Same
  • Delivering limitless inspiration and musical variety

Pricing and Availability:
Introductory price: $49 from Thursday May 20th, through June 7th, 2021 (MSRP: $69)

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