Written by Roland Trimmel | Categories: News
These are words taken from a review of our intelligent chord progression management software, Liquid Notes, by Softpedia. It fits well into a stream of product reviews that have earned ourselves a name in the wide spaces of the music technology universe.
Here we share a few lines from that review with you.
A serious playground for creating unique sound
We hadn't been informed about this review, hence why we are bringing this news to you only now.
The author did a great job in sifting through what makes Liquid Notes unique, and how you can use it to its full potential. Amongst the things he pointed out are components that are hardly noticed by most of our users, and yet have cost a lot of effort to develop: for example, the track type analysis or the automatic routing wizard. These components make sure that you can open a MIDI arrangement in a few seconds only, and start working on managing chord progressions instantly.
More than that, he also highlighted what makes Liquid Notes such a serious playground for chord progressions: the software pre-filters changes to chords, by default only providing options that are deemed 'musically safe'. However, you may change that at will and go where no one else has gone before.
With that said, here is the link to the review on Softpedia's website.