Chordana Composer makes it easy for you to write your own tunes,
even if you don't know how to compose music.
You can enter a motif (two-bar melody) using your choice of 3 input modes.
There's no need to enter the melody for the entire tune.
You just enter one motif and Chordana Composer automatically creates a whole tune,
so you don't have to spend ages composing the music.
A melody that comes to you in the middle of an ordinary day... Have you ever thought: "This would make a really great tune. But I need to know how to compose, and it's no good if I can't read music. And that all takes time to learn"? Chordana Composer will take care of all those concerns.
You can choose from 4 input methods. In "Keyboard input mode" you use a virtual keyboard, in "Notation input mode, you paste the notes into a sheet of music, in "Microphone input mode", you just sing the motif into the microphone, and in "Do-re-mi input mode", you enter the melody using the do-re-mi buttons.
Keyboard input mode
Notation input mode
Microphone input mode
Do-re-mi input mode
Choose whichever combination of "Genre", "Concept", "Range of melody movement", "Level of melody tension" and "Variability in bar melody" creates a tune that best matches what you've imagined. Melodies can also be created either by automatically generating songs from the motif that change each time, or by automatically generating the same songs from the same motif. Besides the melody (main theme) and its accompaniment, you can also add up to two obbligatos (obbligato 1 and obbligato 2). You can enable or disable obbligatos for melody A (1st theme or A), melody B (2nd theme or B) or the chorus (3rd theme or C), you can enable or disable Fugue style (obbligatos that repeat the main theme), and you can enable or disable Variation (variations on the main theme).
Auto composition settings 1/3, Genre, Concept
Auto composition settings 2/3, Melody
Auto composition settings 3/3, Obbligato
<Color key when the Tips function is used>
Black: Chord tone, Blue: Available note, Pink: Tension note, Turquoise: Scale note, Red: Avoid note
Using simple steps, you can upload your finished tune to YouTube as a photo slideshow or as a video with the staff notation. You can also send your tunes as email attachments in AAC or MIDI format, and it's really easy to make your own ringtones*1 too.
*1: To use your tune as an iPhone ringtone, you need to connect to a Mac or Windows computer and transfer the tune to your iPhone via iTunes.
Email send function
Ringtone file settings
Slideshow settings 1/2
Slideshow settings 2/2NEW
Picture in PictureNEW