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How do I see the chord names detected by intelliScore?

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How do I see the chord names detected by intelliScore?

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Not only does intelliScore detect the notes present in prerecorded MP3, WAVE, WMA, and CD files; it also attempts to identify the names of 144 different chords and the prominent key. Even if your audio file is monophonic, intelliScore determines the names of implied chords based on the groupings of notes. These chord names are written to the MIDI file as marker events. The included Anvil Studio displays the chord names directly above the staff. Some other sequencers will show the chord names with the notes in the notation or piano roll views. If your sequencer can’t do this, it should still be able to display the list of detected chords in an event list. Check your sequencer’s documentation for instructions.

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Not only does intelliScore detect the notes present in prerecorded WAVE and MP3 files; it also attempts to identify the names of 144 different chords and the prominent key. Even if your audio file is monophonic, intelliScore determines the names of implied chords based on the groupings of notes. These chord names are written to the MIDI file as marker events. The included Anvil Studio displays the chord names directly above the staff. Some other sequencers will show the chord names with the notes in the notation or piano roll views. If your sequencer can’t do this, it should still be able to display the list of detected chords as a list. Check your sequencer’s documentation for instructions.

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