A massive collection of tried-and-tested chord progressions helps write songs, therefore developed MIDI tracks can be drawn into the DAW (officially Ableton Live, Logic and FL Studio are supported — more DAWs are to follow) or also control external equipment like synthesizers or samplers.
The cost is the exact same for the two models but it’s 79 bucks.
Particular attention is paid to timing and rhythmic elements, with brand new presets and brand new features such as Swing and Strum. The latter ensures the chords sound as if they were about the guitar.
Improvements are made into the consumer interface and performance. A”How-To” guide is now able to be called directly from the plug ins.
When can the AI finally encounter, which also takes away from us the annoying work together with the composition? By the way, good chord progressions may also be developed with the browser.
For Windows users, the Captain Deep Plug-in has been included. Even the Captain Chords 2.0 Suite includes Captain Chords, Captain Deep and Captain Play.