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Chording Technology Solutions

Powerful. Simple. Inexpensive.


We have developed breakthrough technology for processing musical harmony in digital systems. Chording technology reduces overwhelming complexities of chords and harmony to concise digital information which is easily created, recorded, edited, and exchanged via software applications and devices. This enabling technology brings powerful new chording capabilities to products which inspire and democratize creation of musical harmony–without a need for guitars, keyboards, or music theory.

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Music Creation Market

Music creation products are used by millions of people to produce melodies, basslines, and rhythms from notes and beats. Yet production of chords and harmony from individual notes remains difficult for most music makers. Products enabled with chording technology overcome conceptual and technical difficulties by treating chords as basic units of music which are easily manipulated like units of notes and beats. Significant untapped demand exists for products which streamline arrangement of chords into harmony and songs. Inspiring and empowering chording capabilities appeal to a global community of creators representing a wide range of musical abilities, styles, and instrument preferences.


Chording Technology Solutions

Chording Technology solutions include data, interfaces, and engines which advance musical capabilities from end to end of the music creation ecosystem. Chording data codifies trillions of possible note combinations with a small number of musical values which are easily read and processed by people and devices. Chording interfaces enable computer, mobile, and dedicated hardware products to produce chording data from simple user interactions. Chording engines enable electronic instruments to produce notes from chording data with independent sounds and expressions for individual chord parts.

Product Opportunities

  • DAW apps apply data, interface, and engine solutions to provide end to end chording capabilities from initial chord progression discovery, through collaborative production processes, to instrument voicing.

  • Sound library content utilizes chording data to deliver highly modifiable chord progressions and caches.

  • Software instruments employ chording engines to produce multi-timbral sounds from chording data.

  • Chording controllers apply interface solutions to produce chording data from screen or hardware UIs.

  • Keyboards and drum machines manipulate chords with keys and pads via data, interfaces, and engines.

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