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Making Chord Progressions

Getting your hands on our new plug-in for chord sequence generation before it is launched


Screenshot of the I2C8 user interface

We listened to your request for a chord generator. Having studied the possibilities to add this functionality to Liquid Notes, we have made the decision to develop the new groundbreaking MIDI plug-in "I2C8" that supports the AU/VST-standard.

The software is nearly ready. Some advanced features, such as breaking up chords (to alter the rhythm), haven't been implemented yet. We invite you to participate in the beta test to share your feedback with us to help us find the best way to implement those features.

Here is how to participate in the test:

Sign up for the beta test via this form. *

Once approved, we'll send out detailed instructions to beta testers. We are interested in performance issues, app crashes, usability, features and anything else you'd like to see improved or added.

Use the comments section on this page or email us to share your feedback and ideas.

*: The maximum number of participants is limited to 100 people. The license code for activation of the software will be provided after sign-up. An Internet connection is required for activation, as offline activation is not available yet.

Not able to join? Use the product information as reference for your feedback.


A New MIDI-effect Plug-in,
Now Fully Compatible with VST/AU

We have eliminated Java entirely, all code is now written in C/C++. Also, the VST/AU-standard is fully supported, so that the plug-in runs natively in any host environment.

A new license manager, partially still under development, is used.

The user interface makes use of patterns which are defined through the use of symbols (similar to a slot machine). Identical symbols stand for exact same chords while varying symbols are transformed to different chords. Lock a chord to keep it in position.

Key selection, pitch, craziness and other parameters offer options to alter the chords to your liking.

A simplified piano roll display provides an indication of the generated MIDI sequence.

Preset data is automatically saved in DAW sessions and can be exported (or imported into other sessions).

Copy-and-paste functionality is supported in the plug-in – for example, when copying the plug-in's content to another instance.

Overall, this marks a new start for us, with more plug-ins to follow.

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