Re-Compose Liquid Notes
Re-Compose introduces its Liquid Notes music composition software for your desktop.
The software "embraces music theory and replicates human perception" for harmony analysis, reharmonization, and melody creation/improvisation, according to Re-Compose. The graphical interface is designed to translate complex harmonic structure into manageable building blocks.
Some of the key features of Liquid Notes:
Composition, harmony analysis and reharmonization for manipulateion of chord functions, substitutions, tensions, as well as chord progressions and cadences of multi-track MIDI arrangements.
Designed for impact optimization of your compositions through harmonic variation.
Live improvisation and melody creation on a MIDI-keyboard through auto-correction of wrong notes in real-time.
Use prearranged music templates of different styles to create your composition from scratch.
Automatic multi-track MIDI routing to major sequencers. No connection via VST, AU, or RTAS necessary.
Built-in synthesizers to run independently from additional music software.
Liquid Notes works with Mac, Windows and Linux.
Visit www.re-compose.com for more details.
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