MIDI Chord Analyser

If your DAW doesn’t have MIDI note analysis built in, Insert Piz Here’s Midi Chord Analyser could be a real help!

Some DAWs – Logic Pro, for instance – will tell you the MIDI note that’s coming into the software, and also what the chord is or what it could be. Lots don’t, though, so if you use Reaper, Ableton Live, or another DAW that leaves you in the dark, Midi Chord Analyser is perfect.

MIDI Chord Analyser

There’s not much to say here – Midi Chord Analyser is a nice, simple utility plugin that’ll tell you your chord, or if it’s ambiguous give you a couple of options. It seems stable, and you can copy chord information out of the plugin in plain text which is a pretty nifty feature.

It doesn’t have audio output so be careful where you place it on your insert chain; Midi Chord Analyser works best as the first device, before any instruments. Head on over to Insert Piz Here to grab it free for Windows and Mac!

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  • http://allegroandvivace.blogspot.com/ Talha A. B.

    This looks very useful, I needed something like this. Normally I just used Spicy Guitar, but for that I’d have to duplicate the midi channel and clips.

  • http://www.facebook.com/aydengraham Ayden Graham

    definitely handy. I still don’t know what the benefits and differences between VST and AU is for macs. in the Total Production course it was sort of explained, but only in a specific instance. care to share knowledge?

    • http://www.ohdratdigital.com Chris

      Hey Ayden, except in specific circumstances where certain features aren’t ported across both formats (such as the multiple outputs in Independence, as discussed), there’s really no difference between AU and VST from a user’s perspective – whichever works best for you is fine! Oh, it’s possible that one may be unstable for a particular plugin too.

      • http://www.facebook.com/aydengraham Ayden Graham

        okay, so I’ll download both and see if there’s a difference.

  • Xrr

    Download link broken… :( Plugin Looks interesting though !

  • poofox

    Reaper has a chord analyzer…it’s called scale finder.

  • poofox

    Reaper has a chord analyzer…it’s called scale finder.

  • Guest

    download link is broken, it would be great help if anyone re-upload

  • diablo00

    helped a lot thanks

  • Jim Bim

    FANTASTIC, thank you, especially now logic x has pulled its own chord analyser … really useful.

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