GuitarChordBox

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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just tested the new version. wow. what a progress. promising tool for using it in a composing template!

Thax tinga, thanx WDE !

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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tinga wrote:
Sun May 24, 2020 5:20 pm
Fixes
All my apologies for this temporal paradox, probably my bicycle :?
I added some unlikely chords, and stuff about Andalusian cadence.

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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Thank you! Chords updated.

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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I fixed the 2 last false notes.
tinga wrote:
Sun May 24, 2020 5:20 pm
Fixes
Transpose stop at fret 12, 3 more frets will be cool, and if the name of chords could appear when we transpose (and if it not in the list).
short map:
104>111 Power chords
112>119 C major
11A>121 G minor Harmonic
122>129 B minor melodic
When i want to assign chord param with a peer machine, name appears as "chrod"
Thank you for your reactivity :oops:

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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  • Handle machine renaming
  • Send note offs when Buzz stopped
  • More reactive chords window. Now if you change transpose value in chords window and press play, the transpose parameter is also updated. Makes things more simple.
  • Transpose param value shows -12...12
tinga wrote:
Wed Nov 18, 2020 9:18 pm
Transpose stop at fret 12, 3 more frets will be cool, and if the name of chords could appear when we transpose (and if it not in the list).
Yep.

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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Hi WDE
With this new version I can't hear any glitches or crackling noise sounds, when opening "Chords Window" box.Big(best) improvement.
Thank you WDE!
Thank you Tinga!

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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Thank you for the update.
Again a wrong c3 in my list :oops: , I understand better the hell of debugging :lol: .I will add some scales in chords, very useful for some auto harmonization, and so many chords are missing, not enough inversions in my list, also all the basics progressions. A all note off option when changing chord will be useful.

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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I didn't like hundreds of play buttons so they are now gone. Instead you can left-click any chord or note to play them. Quite fun (bonus: keep mouse left button down :D ). Right-click anywhere will play the last chord played.

+/- keys will change transpose value.

Edit: Hold left or right mouse button and type any key from 'A' to 'Z'. This will save the chord to that key. Now you can play the chord by just pressing the selected key. Easier to find the next killer chord progression ;)

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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wde wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 11:07 am
bonus: keep mouse left button down :D
8-) A new instrument :lol:
Nice update, to write scales chords make sense, is very easy now to test quickly a progression, with the play button, I often clicked on the bad line.

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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Yeah, have done easily a classical sounding chord progression, its already in order ;)

It looks like a matrix. Could also be a GUI? Scale notes vs kind of chord?

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Re: GuitarChordBox

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wde wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 11:07 am
Edit: Hold left or right mouse button and type any key from 'A' to 'Z'. This will save the chord to that key. Now you can play the chord by just pressing the selected key. Easier to find the next killer chord progression
Great! I have to work to my list now.

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