Snow Audio has released Chords for Cthulhu
Snow Audio releases a 500-chord progression library for the Xfer Records Cthulhu MIDI arp module.
Chords for Cthulhu is a repository of 3500 chords for Xfer Records MIDI chord and arp module. Arranged in progressions and loosely sorted by key, the use of Chords is designed to:
- Inspire song ideas
- Escape same old playing patterns
- Provide easy harmony access for non-keyboard players
- Allow for effortless experimentation
Simply route Cthulhu to output to your synth of choice, load up to 100 chords at once from one of the 35 presets banks, and add instant one finger harmonies to any project.
Chords for Cthulhu is by no means a definitive collection of chords or progressions. Much like placing a needle on a record, or taking a bite from a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get, and therein lies the fun.
Available at snow-audio.com
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