These two CAL programs and the three other chord-building CAL programs that come with Cakewalk build chords using existing events in the track(s) as chord roots.For instance, if you select a single note as the region and run Major_chord.cal, two notes are added above the original note. The resulting chord is a major triad.Normally, you’ll use these programs on a region containing a single note. You can, however, apply these to tracks containing many notes. Each original note will become the root of a chord.
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