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AutoTonic - Modal MIDI Transposer

MIDI FX / Utility by AutoTonic
Starts at US$ 29 / year

AutoTonic - Modal MIDI Transposer has an average user rating of 4.50 from 2 reviews

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AutoTonic - Modal MIDI Transposer

Reviewed By AndreaZanini [all]
April 29th, 2017
Version reviewed: 1.5 on Mac

Autotonic is an invaluable tool for creating, composing and finding ideas you would otherwise never think of. As a non-pianist with some pretty fast fingers, it helps me play things that even pro pianist would struggle with thanks to its scale mapping technology but, more importantly as a composer and producer, it helps me experiment with ideas and scale/chord sounds that I might find too daunting or not interesting enough as well as come up with the results I aim for. Autotonic has given me the means to write in-key musical solos without the hassle of learning all fingering, especially when I am not going to be the one to record that solo in the studio. So I would definitely recommend this tool to anyone serious in theory and composition because it definitely grows up on you.

So is Autotonic worth it? Yes.

Is it perfect? Still no, but there is no other program that has the potential to take things further than Autotonic at the moment.

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Discussion: Active
5 April 2017 at 8:31pm

Just to clarify: On Mac there is already a virtual MIDI port (AutoTonic MIDI In/AutoTonic MIDI Out) available in AutoTonic, so there is no such workaround required. But the reason why there is not yet any Windows MIDI Driver implemented is: I was asked to pay over US $3.500,- for this implementation. I am really sorry but at the end of the development process I just didn't had this money left. I wished I could have done that as well, but I were not able to afford this anymore at that time. But as soon as I'll have a budget for this (due to new users), it will be included in an update of course (-->Full Version includes lifetime membership/updates)...

5 April 2017 at 8:43pm

But: the "MIDI Port" workaround on Win is fairly easy, simply follow that ...
... so it will become permanent and you don't have to mind it anymore.

Would be great if Windows could come up with a solution here one day, comparable to the IAC Driver on Mac ^^

8 June 2017 at 12:44pm

This is a really good plugin. Thx!!.

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