The Chord Composer allows you to transpose your chords in the Sequencer Grid at a Global Level by changing the Chord Type, Inversion or Extras in either the Settings or Chord Editor tab.
For example, changing Default Chord Type in the Chord Settings Tab from from Default* to Sevens** has the below effect on the progression within the Sequencer Grid.
Chords Set To Default:
Sequencer Grid With Default Chord Progression:
Chords Set To Sevens:
Sequencer Grid With Sevens Chord Progression:
* Default Chord Types are M, - and Dim.
** Seven Chord Types are 7, -7 and Dim7.
As you can see, the Chord Composer's intelligent Chord transposing swapped out all the Chords in the Sequencer Grid, without altering start positions, lengths and velocity settings for the individual notes.
Transposing Chord Progressions In The Chord Editor Tab:
The Chord Composer also allows you to transpose Chord Progressions globally by making changes within the Chord Editor Tab. The Chord Composer's intelligent Chord Changer will identify all chords which require a change within the Sequencer Grid, and swap them out based on the selections you make.
In the below example, we demonstrate how you change change all i Chords within your progression from M to sus with a few simple clicks.
D3 Chord Set To M:
Sequencer Grid With M Chord:
D3 Chord Set To sus2:
Sequencer Grid With Chord Set To sus2: