Liquid Notes

Create and customize your audio compositions.
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Enhance, simplify, and diversify music production on your Mac. Work with a set of instruments for organizing existing audio porjects and adding variations in composing and interpreting songs and instrumental parts. Check our different suggestions and contexualizations.

Liquid Notes is a new generation of tool for music production that, thanks to intelligent algorithms which can read and interpret your song like an expert composer, provides suggestions for exciting chord variations. It adjusts melodies, chords, or any melodic elements in context with harmonic changes, for the entire arrangement (single- or multi-track). It's simple to use and a lot of fun, and it opens harmony to producers of electronic music of all styles and beyond, without them having to dig deep into music theory.
A fresh, clean interface leaves no room for visual distractions: decisions and changes are made by what you hear, and not what you see. Complex changes to a song composed in MIDI are made instantly by dragging a few sliders around, twisting some knobs or clicking some buttons -- in just minutes, your song will sound entirely different, yet harmonically fully correct. And playing along to a song flawlessly is super easy, with Liquid Notes putting the notes right where you want them. Liquid Notes works standalone, playing sounds through its built-in synths, or connect it to your favorite DAW and access your virtual instruments. Features Multi-track control over chord types, functions and tensions Intelligent harmony progression management LN Live corrects wrong notes as you are playing them Growing selection of music templates in various styles Plays through the software instruments of your preferred sequencer Standalone application (stay independent from operating system and sequencer type): No VST, AU or RTAS required Works on Windows and Mac OS X Connects to any sequencer (Live, Logic, Cubase, Pro Tools, Sonar, etc.) Links to any notation software (Sibelius, Finale, etc.) Supports live performance

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