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MIDI FX / Utility Plugin by CodeFN42

Chordz has an average user rating of 4.00 from 2 reviews

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User Reviews by KVR Members for Chordz


Reviewed By inkwarp [all]
March 6th, 2015
Version reviewed: 7 on Windows

these are amazing plugins for anyone working with MIDI a lot, and just what i have been looking for. i have already made some great melodic tune-age today with Chordz but i urge everyone interested to go to their website and check out their other plugins. great stuff. (oh and it's all free!)

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Reviewed By No_Uhe_in_my_machine [all]
March 5th, 2015
Version reviewed: 8.1 on Windows

As owner of the Xfer Cthulhu, I must say I got admired with this one. The way that the notes and chords are organized are great, and there's also the option to create and save you owns.

Now this is very good. I mean, this is free, and you can't beat the price on this.

Nobody can say that is limited, as I already referrer I got myself a copy of Cthulhu, and I love it.

This just got my attention for the name, but after using it, this thing got me.

Versatile, easy to use and setup, well organized, and haves a friendly GUI too.

A good find, and the developer also have some nice tools too on the page.

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User Reviews of older versions


Reviewed By elviecho [all]
July 31st, 2020
Version reviewed: 1.04 on Windows

Perfect for all the non-instrumentalists out there...like me, enables us to improvise without producing wrong tones that let your ears bleed.
And like the other great CodeFN42 plugins (Chordz, Random Arp etc.) it is free!
Get Cales and Chordz and pretend beeing a musician!;-)

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Comments & Discussion for CodeFN42 Chordz

Discussion: Active
4 March 2015 at 9:57pm

I must say I got admired with this one.

I own the Xfer cthulhu (It's also a amazing tool) but this thing got my attention.

Versatile, easy to use and setup. A good find.


15 May 2018 at 7:38pm


10 March 2023 at 1:13am

Thank you. I have made my way back to using Chordz after many years.

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