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kawaChord2 free

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Chords Plugin by kawa
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kawaChord2 free
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kawaChord2 free by kawa is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
Product
Version
2.05
System Requirements
tested on Windows 10 (64-bit /32-bit) and windows 8
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Product
Version
2.05
System Requirements
tested on Mac OS X 10.9 ~ 10.12
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None
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the Free Version of "kawaChord2".

This plugin is handy for quickly entering chord tones (MIDI notes) without the knowledge of every chord tones of each chord.

Features:

  • 4 Editing Mode (Default Mode, Circle Of Fifth Mode, Chord Analysis Mode I and II).
  • MIDI notes are sent as chord tones by pressing a chord name button.
  • Place chords to Daw as MIDI Clip Item. (As of today, this function has been confirmed with the following Host applications: Studio One, Reaper and Bitwig Studio).
  • Diatonic chords are highlighted based on the main key and chords' root you set.

Examples Uses:

  • Quick play and check chords tones.
  • you can also use it for a rough sketch of chord progressions.
  • Useful when writing chord progressions according to tonality.

Price: A Free version is available, which only offers Triads chords.
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PDF Manual: English (direct link)

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