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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.


Merge identical chords in Liquid Notes to be able to edit a succession of chords faster

In Liquid Notes you have the option to either work on each chord separately, or you can merge identical chords so that a succession of single chords will be summed up and represented by one chord only. This enables faster editing of such chords, and can save you plenty of time when making changes to your arrangement.

Learn more about how this works hereafter.


Liquid Notes identifies scale and scale changes in your MIDI arrangement

For some of you this may be news, for others it's known anyway. Nevertheless, it's our job to inform you on the capabilities of Liquid Notes - and, today is another feature that we are highlighting in a dedicated blog post.

Here is more on identifying the key of your arrangement, and any changes to it, in Liquid Notes.


Import a MIDI arrangement into Liquid Notes and have all chords identified

Today we are starting a series of posts with information about different features of Liquid Notes. Its aim is to tell users more about what they can do with our intelligent MIDI composing assistant, so they get the most out of it.

As a first feature in this series, we're looking at Liquid Notes' ability to identify chords.


Building Chords and Harmonic Movements out of the Ordinary by Adding Tension

If you want to spice up your composition, one way to do so is by adding tension notes to chords. This way, the harmonic movement throughout a song becomes much more unique and exciting.

Today, we will explore just that and present you some background information on the topic of chords and harmonic movement, and show you how to do this with Liquid Notes.


Features Explained: How to Alter Harmonic Movement with Liquid Notes

With Liquid Notes it is easy to make perfect harmonies for trance music, progressive house music, dance or whatever genre, you like.

Have a piece analyzed harmonically, at any stage of the composition process. And then rearrange it by substituting chords, altering their functions, adding tensions, 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.


The Basics: How to Update to the Latest Version of Liquid Notes

When we published an update of our intelligent music production tool last week, many of you came and asked how to update the software.

General settings of Liquid Notes Today we want to tell you about the different options you have to always get the latest version of Liquid Notes, and thereby enjoy the up-to-the-minute features.


New Features: Instrument Library and Track Assignment in Liquid Notes

Starting with version 1.3, Liquid Notes offers built-in synthesizers for sequencer-independent operation. With the latest update, it is now also possible to freely assign instruments to the different MIDI tracks in the arrangement and save them.

Liquid Notes, the intelligent music composition assistant, has added yet another feature: its own library of instruments and a track assignment editor. The library includes a satisfying amount of basic instruments, ranging from percussion to bass, leads, pads, mallets, classical instruments, and a variety of other sounds.

This addition comes in very handy when composing without the ability or desire to connect to a sequencer. It makes standalone operation of Liquid Notes more comfortable and flexible.


Features Explained: How to correct an instrumental track with Liquid Notes

Align the tonality of a new instrumental track with the harmonic movement of an existing arrangement with Liquid Notes.

Our intelligent music production tool has a great many features that assist you when composing, writing a song, editing and/or correcting a piece.

Learn more in this article about how to (a) tonally merge an entire track or a track segment from another piece with a different harmonic environment to the existing arrangement, or (b) correct wrong notes or melody lines (monophonic or polyphonic) of an instrumental track to align them with the harmonic movement of the existing arrangement.