Harmony Navigator Screencast from wire to the ear.

This is a 20 minute Screencast showing Cognitone Software’s Harmony Navigator. You will get to see different “palettes” and accompaniments producing wonderful music. We show you how to create a verse and chorus and then export the midi into Ableton Live. Once inside Ableton Live you will see how to set up your imported data in a meaningful way. The video is nicely sized so be sure to click the TV icon under the player to view the show in full screen mode.

You can also read an interview with Andre Schnoor the developer of Harmony Navigator here: Interview with Andre Schnoor of Cognitone Software.

Be sure to check out Harmony Navigator at www.cognitone.com and Ableton Live at www.ableton.com.

Direct download links:
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5 Comments

  1. cheers for that, interesting overview… and a sale for cognitone – i hope you’re on commission… :-)

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  2. No commission :) I really like the program quite a lot!

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  3. thank you! this rocks and i bought the software based on your tutorial.

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  4. Hi Treitnam. I find myself using “HN” on every other song or so. Definitely worth it.

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  5. Hi Oliver

    first i have to say,that your blog was a really great find and i spent hours to read all the
    interesting and helpfull articles.

    Due to the fact,that my knowledge of music theory is kinda small,i was searching the net for some kind of prog that helps me out in an easy way to handle the things like chords and progression.Harmony Navigator seems like a cool prog according to this,but it would be perfect,if it exists as a VST Plug In.

    I for myself found a good alternative and maybe you too want to check this cool prog out.
    It´s called “Harmony Improvisator VST”,and you can try it out here

    http://www.globalmindmap.org/xytral/index.htm

    Not so much features than harmony navigator though,but you can load it as a VST in your seq. and play around directly with your Instruments

    greetings and keep it comin´ :)

    Ralf

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