When you scratch below the surface you can sometimes find some interesting stuff, even on a derelict wall in a run down neighbourhood.

Another demo of my Autochorder in action. Here's a variation of a very well known tune. I'm using zynaddsubfx as the instrument software and I've set the Autochorder to play tonic 7 chords. I am not a professional piano player, uke is my main instrument so excuse the playing...

I'm working on an audio project in Puredata to help make songs and performances sound richer. It's a programmable Arpeggiator and Autochorder that plays within a specified key signature (even if you play accidentals). Here's a demo of it. The large piano keys are a real representation of what I am actually playing. It is a 2 finger melody with and without the arpeggiator. The smaller piano at the bottom is the midi output of notes from the arpeggiator. Excuse the audio syncing in the demo.

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