In this section, we give you a basic overview of the layout, and the components within the Chord Composer.
1. Preset Manager
This is where you create, save or load presets for the Chord Composer. You can quickly load either Factory or your own customised presets by using the Preset Loader widget in the top right.
2. Settings Tab
This is where you can check for updates, edit the UI scaling or choose whether you can audition chords live or view the Piano Roll marker within the Sequencer Grid.
3. Control Tab
This section houses the Chord Generator. Chord Player, Pattern Generate and Progression Stacker, and is where the majority of the Chord Composer's functionality is situated.
4. Sequencer Grid Controller
This controls various parameters for the Sequencer Grid, including Undo/Redo, Velocity/Humanisation, Quantise and selection of Chords/Notes.
5. Sequencer Grid
This is where you can view or edit your current chord progression. You can also customise the voicings and structure of each chord using the Chord Changer of Note Adder.
6. Progression Overlay
This is a visual representation of your current progression, but also allows you export your chords to your DAW as a MIDI file.