TheoM wrote:UncleAge wrote:TheoM wrote:...basically the only one to do do it as easily as cubase is cubase.
Correct. I just watched a video on that feature (news to me as I am not a Cubase user) and I think that HN2 won't intergrate as well as Chord Track does. The only thing I've seen that's more full featured is Synfire Pro.
Sucky thing is that I hate DAWs that have the look of Cubase (its a personal thing no need to dwell) but I may have to look at purchasing this beast because I could make heavy use of that feature and I know of no other viable option for equal or less money. I can't believe that not one developer has tackled this outside of Cubase.
I am definitely sticking with Logic for now so integration isn't really the thing as in cubase i would also need to export to midi and re import in logic anyway. I really would love to offload Cubase if harmony navigator can do the same thing, but as i suspected the interface has already completely perplexed me.
Theo, understanding how to hook it up to Logic may take a bit of hand-holding. The dev did some things behind the scenes to allow for a lot of flexibility. In my opinion, it made things unecessarily difficult too.
However, once you have it hooked up, and understand the workflow, the app ain't half bad. What I would like is someone to finally make a video showing their workflow with this app. I sold my copy quite some time ago because I was basically using it as a glorified keyboard. I sent the chords as played in the chord window out via midi to whatever host I was using. I didn't use the timline in HN2 at all. I didn't care for any of the backing tracks either. I kept hitting my head against the wall trying to get midi clips into it. And getting it to sync with my host(s) just didn't happen.
If you get things working I'd be quite pleased if you could share your experience. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat if I could make it do what I needed it to do.