Written by Roland Trimmel | Categories: News
We love it when others take a detailed look at our intelligent chord progression management tool, Liquid Notes. It is no surprise then that we have been very much welcoming the news that David Mood of Studio One Expert took a deep dive into our software, and examined most of its features.
It culminated in a video that shows much detail about Liquid Notes' capabilities in providing alternatives for chords, scales and harmony.
Intelligent assistant for chord progression management
David Mood is a musician, and works as an expert in product reviews for Studio One Expert. He happens to live in Vienna, Austria. It's a lovely coincidence when having had many conversations with the Pro Tools Expert team that you're finally being connected to a person who is located only a few blocks from our office. Rather than the usual demo using the latest in video conferencing technology, this allowed us to sit down with him and walk him through Liquid Notes.
It just helps to sit in a face to face discussion, as this allows for more flexibility and depth in the conversation. That is, features that may get addressed only casually normally can be explained in more detail. And, the often asked why have you chosen for this path is seen in a new light.
With that said, we're very happy about the outcome of this conversation and the relationship we have built with David, and the Pro Tools Expert team. It shows in the above, which is a thorough display of the most prominent features in Liquid Notes for managing chord progressions, melody and scale.
Of particular importance is that contrary to software from other developers, Liquid Notes will arrange notes on all tracks when making changes to chords, and adjust melody and scale accordingly for you. This is not possible with any other software currently available for chord progression management.
Not included is a look at LN Live, the feature that enables you to improvise live to a melody in Liquid Notes with your input being mapped to a preferred output scale matching that melody.
Have a look at the video above, or read the original post at Studio One Expert.