MIDI Performance & Songwriting Plugin, MelodicFlow, Now Available For Logic Pro X

Imagine a plugin that helps you write songs, create melodies and without ever a musical note being played out of place. That's what MelodicFlow can do for you.  

MelodicFlow has only been available as a VSTi plug-in so far (Windows, MacOS). With the new AU version, Logic Pro X users can use it in their projects as well.

MelodicFlow is a MIDI performance and song-writing plug-in to create and play basslines, hooks, and melodies quickly. You will never sound off, as all your input is mapped to the right notes instantly.

The concept is simple:

  • Connect MelodicFlow to another instrument inside your DAW.
  •  (Logic Pro X: Insert MelodicFlow in the MIDI Effect slot of a track. Then add an instrument in the Instrument slot.).
  • Send chord notes to MelodicFlow on the lower octaves. This way the plug-in knows which harmonies are important for your song.
  • Pick one of the seven operation modes and choose a scale (over 300 scales available).
  • Now play on the white keys of the higher octaves. Depending on the operation mode MelodicFlow will automatically convert these keys to harmonic notes that fit to your chords and the chosen scale.

There are also special black keys that are useful for your songwriting. The C#6 for example will play all the notes of the current chord at once. Take a look at the comprehensive manual to find out more.

Watch MelodicFlow in action here:

Price: $45 / 39 EUR. All updates are free forever. Enter "melodic15" at the checkout page to get a 15% celebration discount (valid until 2018-11-20).

Web: https://feelyoursound.com/melodicflow/

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