Create perfect harmony. Have a piece analyzed harmonically at any stage of the composition process. And then rearrange it by substituting chords altering their function adding tension building chord progressions playing melody lines improvising and more. Altogether this kind of sophisticated deep-level variation and diversification will definitely boost the effect of your music. Without difficulty Liquid Notes makes the theory of harmony accessible pretty much without restriction. And you just use that knowledge in any way you want. The software will not interfere with your style handwriting or emotional message. It simply lets you try out new ideas for your compositions within the vast framework of chords and scales. Liquid Notes delivers suggestions the final outcome is completely up to you. It is useful for everyone from professional composers to amateur musicians. Get out of it what you need: ideas effect knowledge or speed. Liquid Notes works on all operating systems and can even route through to the software instruments of the original arrangement in your sequencer.
Features Multi-track control over chord types functions and tensions Intelligent harmony progression management LN Live corrects wrong notes as you are playing them Growing selection of music templates in various styles Plays through the software instruments of your preferred sequencer Built-in synthesizers for sequencer-independent operation Standalone application (stay independent from operating system and sequencer type): No VST AU or RTAS required * Works on Windows and Mac OS X Connects to any sequencer (Cubase Logic Live ** Pro Tools Sonar etc.) Supports live performance
Requirements Java runtime environment 184.108.40.206 or higher PC: Windows XP Vista 7 8 Mac: OS X 10.6 or higher Important note!
-Interfacing with sequencers via VST AU or RTAS would render a major technological disadvantage to working with extensive multi-track MIDI. This comprises routing instant MIDI I/O working cross-platform and independence from the sequencer type.
-Live only supports single-track MIDI exports.