This is where you create your Chord Bank based on the Key/Mode/Chord Settings you choose. You can also use the Chord Generator to transpose existing progressions by changing any of the parameters with the Chord Settings tab.
1. Chord Settings:
This is where you choose the Key, Mode and Current Octave for the Progressions you are generating. The Chord Composer also allows you to control the default Chord Types for your progression, as well as apply Inversions and/or add Extra notes to all of your chords.
2. Chord Editor:
This is where you edit the settings for your individual chords. The Chord Matrix also provides you with a visual display so you can see the notes within the Chord you are creating. If Chord Auditioning is turned on, then every time a setting is altered you will heard the new chord being played within your DAW (this can be turned off in the settings tab).
3. Quick Pattern Generator:
The Quick Pattern Generator allows you to apply rhythmic patterns using four chords from your current progression. The Generator comes with 20 built-in patterns which can all be fully customised within the Sequencer Grid. You can also change the chords used with the Chord Buttons at the top.