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Tracktion is another intuitive, professional DAW that works well with Liquid Notes

A few weeks ago we asked our community on their interest of bringing you news about less known music production software that connects to Liquid Notes, and which some of you might want to have a go at. The answer to this initiative was a 'yes', so herewith we continue this effort and bring it one step further.

Today we have a look at Tracktion 6, a professional sequencer with an intuitive user interface.

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Track type identification by musical function for chord progression management

Much unknown to many, there is more than a harmonic analysis of your MIDI arrangement in Liquid Notes: a track type analysis is necessary to determine the musical function of each track in the harmonic context. This is to ensure that tracks are handled correctly when it comes to reharmonization.

Here we present you more information on how this identification works, and why it is important to deliver accurate results.

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Everything you need to know about Liquid Notes explained in a nutshell

We have once again created a few videos that make an attempt in bringing the essence of Liquid Notes to you.

This shall help those of you unfamiliar with our intelligent music composition software in getting a better understanding of its capabilities, what it contains and what it doesn't. Overall, we also want to make sure that people get an overview of Liquid Notes' main features by watching one video only.

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Auto-routing to most popular DAWs in the standalone version of Liquid Notes

While some of you may well be aware of this feature, it is still worth mentioning as it provides a great level of comfort: with one-click only the MIDI routing settings to your DAW are established automatically, so you can get going with your project immediately.

Granted, this is not available for all DAWs - find out more hereafter.

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Wearables and biometrics in music at the 6th Annual Future Music Forum

The Future Music Forum (FMF) is an annual international music conference based in Barcelona that gathers the leading minds in the world of music to exchange views on how music is being shared in today's digital age and discuss new developments taking place in music technology.

Amongst the topics being discussed there is a panel session on wearables and biometrics in music. With wearables having become technologically adept and usage widespread, that excites us.

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Templates in Liquid Notes help you make the first steps with harmony

The standalone version of Liquid Notes contains a number of templates for you to select when making the first steps with the software and with harmony. They allow you to experiment with musical examples of various styles and with major or minor chords in different keys.

Learn more about those templates, and where to find them in Liquid Notes.

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