Nearly any career in music starts with learning chords and creating a backing track. If you are just starting your journey down that road, having proper software at hand can help you avoid getting disappointed and produce high-quality backing tracks quickly and without much hassle.
ChordPad is a perfect aide for novices and professional musicians that helps create chords of any type and easily manage them. The tool offers tons of handy features that will help you make backing tracks in any style. Since ChordPad was created by people who know what music creation looks like, you will find it extremely easy to get familiarized with the program and start using it — all you need to do is to create minus one tracks (base- or drumless) and start playing your own music! The program comes with a built-in MIDI player that supports the playback of millions of MIDI files found on the Internet. Once you have a track ready, you can export it to MIDI again or convert to MP3 or WMA. ChordPad supports over 250 music styles, comes bundled with a virtual mixer for easy playback controls (volume, muting, instrument selection, effects), offers just about everything one would wish for in relation to tempo controls, supports conversion to popular formats and offers a lot more. At the same time, all program controls and features are easy-to-understand and use, so it should take you minutes to find your way around and start rocking!
If you are serious about music, missing ChordPad would be an utter crime, do don’t linger and down load its free version!
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