How to use Navichord grid

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Re: How to use Navichord grid

Postby DenisKutuzov » Sat Dec 17, 2016 3:18 pm

I've yet to really dig into NaviChord...but having non played notes displayed is really annoying for me, but it does seem to be the convention in tonnetz software for some reason.


Do you play external keyboard and want to see only the notes played externally? Or from the onscreen keyboard?
If there were no circle notes, the only option to play from the grid is by triads, which quickly becomes limiting.

Interesting links, thanks.
There is also Harmony Navigator, a smaller brother of Synfire. I had some good time with it, but it is not very well organized in my opinion.

I've discovered recently SunDog, http://feelyoursound.com/sundog/. Looks interesting from the first sight.

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Postby chris_foster » Sun Dec 18, 2016 6:46 am

Do you play external keyboard and want to see only the notes played externally?


Both externally and on the pads.

If there were no circle notes, the only option to play from the grid is by triads, which quickly becomes limiting


Constrain the note range ->the grid responds by scaling (in full page mode) to only the chords within that range. If i choose a 1 note range, I get one massive triangle that takes up the entire screen :)

Like orphion, but with a grid of chords: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj-g8JIas7k

I like 'Random chord from scale' on the pads, which goes beyond triads. To have this display as a grid would be highly educational and very useful for composing....but you are saying the grid is limited to triads?

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