Figure 418. MFX Chord Analyzer.The Chord Analyzer command analyzes chords. You select the notes to be analyzed in one of Cakewalk’s windows, then open the Chord analyzer and press the Audition button. The chord appears on the MIDI display and the staff, and its name with possible alternatives appears in the Chords recognized box.You can play the notes on your MIDI input device and have the Chord Analyzer identify the chords in real time. You do not have to set to playback.You can open the Chord Analyzer in the Track and Console views, press Playback and have the Chord Analyzer identify the chords in real time.
2. Right-click the selected clip(s) and choose Process Effect > MIDI Effects > Cakewalk FX > Chord Analyzer on the pop-up menu.
3. Click the Audition key.To clear the display, press the Clear button.
Note: When analyzing chords you may see chords being displayed before you hear them. You can reduce the amount of time these chords appear ahead of playback. To do so, go to Edit > Preferences > MIDI - Playback and Recording and enter a lower value in the Prepare Using “N” Milliseconds Buffer option. Excessively low values may cause glitches during playback, so it is best to gradually reduce the value in this option until the desired result is achieved.
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