"ChordLine" Player from Tonicmint

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MrFigg
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Post 08 Jun 2019

joeyluck wrote:
07 Jun 2019
MrFigg wrote:
07 Jun 2019
Well...just to add my bit... I've been playing with this for a couple of weeks and it's magic. Give it a go. You know you want to.
You probably don't need another synth or drum machine but this?...Well yeah...of course you do :)
I'm trying to use the CV inputs on the AB Transpose player, but they don't seem to be affected. They aren't labeled, but they do point to the 4 knobs and A/B switch. Maybe not finished? Or am I perhaps overlooking something? There's no CV on ChordLine, so maybe the CV on AB Transpose was just forgotten?
Sorry Joey. I wasn’t talking about Transposer (although I do like it). I was referring to ChordLine in my comment.

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Post 08 Jun 2019

MrFigg wrote:
08 Jun 2019
joeyluck wrote:
07 Jun 2019



I'm trying to use the CV inputs on the AB Transpose player, but they don't seem to be affected. They aren't labeled, but they do point to the 4 knobs and A/B switch. Maybe not finished? Or am I perhaps overlooking something? There's no CV on ChordLine, so maybe the CV on AB Transpose was just forgotten?
Sorry Joey. I wasn’t talking about Transposer (although I do like it). I was referring to ChordLine in my comment.
Sorry guys, I just forget to remove the CVs from the back panel.
Will be fixed soon

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Post 08 Jun 2019

Great RE ! It got what Scales and Chord lacks : building predefined chordsets.

Juste lacks a strumming feature. But it's kind of an useful player

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Post 08 Jun 2019

Mode7 wrote:
08 Jun 2019
Great RE ! It got what Scales and Chord lacks : building predefined chordsets.

Juste lacks a strumming feature. But it's kind of an useful player
Put a note echo and a dual arpeggiator on it and there’s your strum :)

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Post 09 Jun 2019

One day after release, Propellerhead Shop's second most popular rack extension!

... and on the second day also ...

Thank you for everyone!

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Post 09 Jun 2019

Well deserved.

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Post 09 Jun 2019

Rumour Control: just poking about in TonicMint homepage. Check this out in the NoteLimiter description. ....wooooh !!!! InRange?? Something new coming?
http://tonicmint.com/rack-extensions/note-limiter/
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Post 10 Jun 2019

Need to try this out.

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Post 10 Jun 2019

Ahh, missed the sale on NoteLimiter… 8(

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Post 11 Jun 2019

doze wrote:
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Ahh, missed the sale on NoteLimiter… 8(
Have you tried it? I’d recommend it. I like it a lot. The included scales are what did it for me. Extensive and comprehensive. Check it out :).

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Post 11 Jun 2019

MrFigg wrote:
11 Jun 2019
doze wrote:
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Ahh, missed the sale on NoteLimiter… 8(
Have you tried it? I’d recommend it. I like it a lot. The included scales are what did it for me. Extensive and comprehensive. Check it out :).
Was hoping to pick it up with note monitor.. hopefully they will go on sale again. Did grab Chordline.

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Post 11 Jun 2019

doze wrote:
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MrFigg wrote:
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Have you tried it? I’d recommend it. I like it a lot. The included scales are what did it for me. Extensive and comprehensive. Check it out :).
Was hoping to pick it up with note monitor.. hopefully they will go on sale again. Did grab Chordline.
ChordLine rocks!!! :). I really love being able to build up a chord note by note until it sounds exactly how I want it.

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Post 11 Jun 2019

Can someone on here recreate some blues chord progressions and save it as a patch? In ableton there is a blues scale and when you use the chord device it makes for some interesting chord progressions.

I’d love to have E and F harmonic minor

As well as E and F blues scales and chords :)
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Post 12 Jun 2019

Is there a manual? Something more than the various views on the Chordline Propshop page?
Sometimes a cigar is just a synth that's on fire

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Post 12 Jun 2019

motuscott wrote:
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Is there a manual? Something more than the various views on the Chordline Propshop page?
If you search on YouTube there’s a few people done some videos showing what it does and how it works. :). I found them quite helpful.
Edit: sorry. The videos are also on the product page. Kickback Couture was pretty good I thought.
It would be great with a manual I agree.

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Post 12 Jun 2019

MrFigg wrote:
12 Jun 2019
motuscott wrote:
12 Jun 2019
Is there a manual? Something more than the various views on the Chordline Propshop page?
If you search on YouTube there’s a few people done some videos showing what it does and how it works. :). I found them quite helpful.
Edit: sorry. The videos are also on the product page. Kickback Couture was pretty good I thought.
It would be great with a manual I agree.
This device almost reminds me of a rack extension version of captain chords or something, I don’t own a copy but from the adds that Iv seen, it’s like a nice mix of scales and chords mixed with captain chords.

I love the UI, it’s Halloween themed
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Post 12 Jun 2019

Minor quibble but I have trouble reading the keyboard view. There's four colors, that's one too many. IMO
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Post 12 Jun 2019

motuscott wrote:
12 Jun 2019
Minor quibble but I have trouble reading the keyboard view. There's four colors, that's one too many. IMO
Change the settings on your monitor so that it’s in black and white. Then you’ll only have two colors. You’re welcome :):):):):).

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Post 14 Jun 2019

Hello guys,
I found a nice review about ChordLine on reddit:


...and it continues in the comment section also...

cool :)

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Post 14 Jun 2019

Here's the correct link (Edit: for people with NoScript or who have trouble loading reddit's embedded stuff):

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https://www.reddit.com/r/reasoners/comments/bz0pv4/tonicmints_chordline_player_user_review/
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Post 14 Jun 2019

diminished wrote:
14 Jun 2019
Here's the correct link (Edit: for people with NoScript or who have trouble loading reddit's embedded stuff):

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https://www.reddit.com/r/reasoners/comments/bz0pv4/tonicmints_chordline_player_user_review/
ahh, OK
Thank you :)

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Post 14 Jun 2019

Wait, is the intro price finito?

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Post 14 Jun 2019

PhillipOrdonez wrote:
14 Jun 2019
Wait, is the intro price finito?
17th Phil.

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Post 14 Jun 2019

PhillipOrdonez wrote:
14 Jun 2019
Wait, is the intro price finito?
Until 17th June $39.

And there is a typo in the article, the regular price is $59.

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Post 14 Jun 2019

MrFigg wrote:
14 Jun 2019
PhillipOrdonez wrote:
14 Jun 2019
Wait, is the intro price finito?
17th Phil.
Whew! Good! I'm buying this!!!!!!

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