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Problems With MIDI Input (Windows)

Under Windows, problems may occur if multiple programs attempt to use the same USB MIDI driver for input at the same time. Especially prone to this issue are “cheap” drivers that often accompany inexpensive MIDI hardware. If you wonder why Synfire is unable to receive MIDI input from your hardware keyboard, there is probably another program already using and blocking the USB driver.

Live Chord Detection

Learn how to use Live Chord Detection to build chord progressions from pressing keys on your keyboard. Synfire uses your input to estimate the most likely chord in a sequence of multiple chords. An example progression is built in the video, that uses a chromatically descending bass movement, leading to "out of key" chords that still form a musically sensible progression.

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