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Jonathan Schmid-Burgk has announced that he is now distributing his plug-ins under the new cochleor brand and that a completely reinvented version of the Harmony Improvisator plug-in is now available. s and Mac OS X (Intel) in the VST effect format and now costs €99 (incl. 19% tax) / $129.

This new version features Intel-Mac support, a built-in synthesizer, a harmonic pattern sequencer and other improvements to compose with the rules of classical harmonic theory.

Harmony Improvisator is described as an advanced harmonic composition tool.

The Harmony Improvisator VST Plugin provides:
  • Harmonic improvisation.
  • Composing with the rules of classical harmonic theory – no professional knowledge required.
  • Complex cadences suitable for all styles of music.
  • Special concept of harmonic pattern sequencing.
  • Automatic calculation of exciting harmonic suggestions.
  • Critical time advantage for creating harmonic frames of songs, soundtracks, and arrangements.

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Harmony Improvisator is available now for Window
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