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AutoTheory 2 is here

As you probably know, we developed a very neat tool called AutoTheory for our buddies at MozaicBeats. AutoTheory is a standalone application that acts as a MIDI controller for your Digital Audio Workstation, or any audio software that accepts MIDI input. You need to disable your MIDI Keyboard controller in your DAW and activate it in the AutoTheory settings. Then, AutoTheory transforms the notes for you, according to the key and mode you chose. In the default setting, everything you’d play with your left hand on the keyboard will play a chord of this key and scale, and everything you…
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Futurism meetup during the Siestes Electroniques music festival

The “Siestes Electroniques” music festival took place last weekend in our hometown of Toulouse. During 4 days, thousands of people come to chill to the sound of electronic bands, in a park of the city center. What interested us even more than drinking while laying down in the grass like roman emperors, were the “Futurism” events happening aside from the stages. It gathered hundreds of curious amateurs of professionals around a few presentations, workshops and demonstrations. Among other activities, you could make music with complete strangers through a collaborative music totem, solder synth kits, learn how to make your own…
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Introducing AutoTheory

We’ve not given much news lately… which is not always a bad sign, considering that in our case it meant we had been busy working on interesting projects! One of those projects is AutoTheory. AutoTheory is a standalone app for windows and mac allowing you to make music in a creative way without thinking about music theory. Simply pick a tonality, and a scale or jazz mode, and you’re ready to improvise like a pro! Just put your hands on your midi controller: every note you play with your left hand will trigger a chord in the mode you picked,…