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does cakewalk have a built in plugin to arpeggiate chords,if not any suggestions?????????????????jack c.

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16 hours ago, bdickens said:

You can find one in the Inspector. There is also an MFX.

thanks mate;jack c.

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Yes it's totally built into the Midi track/ Instrument track advanced midi control strip  of the inspector. It's only drawback I found was trying to find the pattern you have in your head takes forever.  I never did and all I wanted was what I considered a simple chord pattern.  So I tried to find a free VST. 

If you look here  https://plugins4free.com/search?term=arpeggiator      you'll find a bunch and some from the demo videos did exactly what I was looking for, but either 32 bit or just didn't load into Cakewalk. I came away with nothing. 

I think you can do this in the step sequencer however but I haven't had a chance to try. 

Here's my tutorial on Inspectors features-  https://youtu.be/cD5z8uWgjeU

 

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7 minutes ago, John Vere said:

es it's totally built into the Midi track/

thanks john.jack c.

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21 minutes ago, bdickens said:

I have had some success with Blue Arp.

I keep forgetting to check on KVR. Thanks I’m going to try that one. I ended up drawing the notes in PVR and copy pasted them for the short section I needed but I still think Arps are nifty for creating stuff you would not normally play live. 
 

https://www.kvraudio.com/product/bluearp-by-oleg-mikheev-aka-graywolf

 

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I have a video using 2 ways in cakewalk to use Arps... Hope this helps..  

 

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@Xel Ohh - Nice video.   

A quick tip though for inserting MIDI FX on Simple Instrument Tracks... when you switch to the MIDI tab,  all the controls on the inspector (e.g. Gain (velocity trim), FX, I/O, Pan. Volume, MSR)  are actually the controls for the MIDI track.  So you can just drag your MIDI effect onto the FX bin in that tab, e.g.:

InsertingMIDIEffectsOnInstrumentTrack.gi
 

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