Join Julio Appling for an in-depth discussion in this video ChordPulse, part of Real Books and Digital Accompaniment Tools for Musicians.
- [Instructor] The interface for ChordPulse is simple,…with quick and easy chord entry…and easily accessible practice tools and settings.…ChordPulse also comes built in…with preset chord progressions found under the Edit menu,…which you may add to your individual session…to get going quickly.…I'll go ahead and select the Twelve Bar Blues.…From the get go, you can edit style, tempo, and key,…using onscreen buttons.…I'll click Style Selector to view available styles.…With the Style Selector open,…I can press space bar to hear a preview…of how the different styles will sound…over the chord changes.…
(simple way plays)…(rock base plays)…(piano blues plays)…I'll go with Piano Blues…and click below to return to the main window.…Additional settings include the instrument mixer,…tempo, key shift, and precount settings.…The tuning pitch button even opens a window…allowing you to customize your default tuning.…It also includes guitar tuning pitches…along with an additional custom tuning pitch button.…
(single notes play)…Chords are entered by editing the existing blocks…
- Accompaniment styles
- Playback options and settings
- Drums and tracks
- Band in a Box
- iReal Pro
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1. Real Book
2. Band in a Box
3. iReal Pro
4. Other Digital Accompaniment Tools
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