Tonespace - chord generator and visualizer on Linux Mint
   
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Will, 16-11-2014, 19:21
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Didnt see when this post was originally made....but still works in Mint 'Sarah' in 2017
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Tonespace - chord generator and visualizer

Tonespace - chord generator and visualizer

Tonespace - intuitive virtual keypad with a built-in set of chords. Tonespace can run as a standalone application, as a VST plugin and as a MIDI effect. The virtual keyboard contains fourteen gammas, the choice of eighteen tonalities, more than thirty types of chords and polyphony in the twenty-five votes.

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Owner and main writer of MintGuide.org is not a native English speaker.


what is tonespace?
-a chord generator and visualizer
-displays chords and scales on a grid, making it easy to understand their structure
-displays chords on a piano keyboard, making it easy to play them
-supports 39 chord types, 25 chord voicings/inversions, 21 scales, 18 keys, and 50 different grids
-accepts easy, single-note MIDI input for triggering or viewing chords
-can output chords over MIDI to your favorite synth
-acts either as a VST or Audio Unit plugin for your DAW, or as a standalone application

how do I use it?
-audition and play chords while you move the mouse around in a grid-like space - or use a traditional MIDI keyboard instead
-learn how musical scales and keys work, and how chords relate to these, using the simple octave-based spaces
-discover how chords map onto surprisingly simple geometric shapes in the more advanced spaces
-use chord-generation algorithms to fit chords to scales and keys automatically
-trigger chords from monophonic midi input and record the played chords using midi output

Tonespace - chord generator and visualizerTonespace - chord generator and visualizer

Installation latest version into Linux Mint:

1. Download
2. Unpack
3. Add to your DAW
4. Enjoy

Good Luck!!!

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