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Re-Compose Updates Liquid Notes

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Liquid Notes now has another feature: its own library of instruments and a track assignment editor.

The library includes basic instruments, ranging from percussion to bass, leads, pads, mallets, classical instruments, and a variety of other sounds.

 

This addition is described as handy when composing without the ability or desire to connect to a sequencer.

 

Purpose and advantages of the instrument library:

  • You are on the go and need to quickly improve your composition/production with Liquid Notes.
  • You don't use sequencers but you still want to work on music.
  • You are not able to connect to your hard drive which contains your sequencer's sound and instrument library.
  • You don't have the time or desire to open your sequencer to work on your composition.

Liquid Notes integrates algorithms ("music intelligence") that comprise the essentials of the theory of harmony: chords, scales/melody, and harmonic movement. These algorithms are designed to assist a user during the music production workflow: from finding the basic chord progressions to applying complex multi-track alterations to a piece with 10+ instruments with a few fingertips.

 

The manipulation of the overall aspects of compositions and arrangements (e.g., for accompaniments, melody creation, song form, etc.) will become a reality in Liquid Notes 2.0, due in the second half of 2013.

 

Liquid Notes is an idea that combines three elements in one product:

  • AI algorithms replicating human perception for harmony analysis, reharmonization, and melody creation/improvisation.
  • A graphical interface translating complex harmonic structure into "manageable" building blocks.
  • Educational qualities to explore harmony and melody.
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