The chord composition feature in Cubase makes it straightforward to compose without playing an instrument or needing to know music theory. The chord feature lets you compose a movie music-style soundscape for creating atmosphere – for example evoking drama and romance – with a very straightforward music production workflow. In this sample composition, three tracks are created and notes are made to form chords with the pencil writing in the key editor. In music composition, each chord has its own color and texture and a dropdown menu lets you easily create different types of chord. Creating a chord track then shows the chord symbols for the chords you’ve created and gives you a lot of different ways to vary the chords, chord progression, voicing and instruments for quickly and easily designing atmosphere and composing music without an instrument.
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