Serious question for people on this board who took the time to learn keyboard. Do you feel like a chump for wasting your time when you could have just bought this to do chords for you?
lol wtf, not at all
How does this thing even do harmonic motion? I assume it just fucking decides for you how you want to voice your chords, every time. and how you want to arpegiate them too, i bet
btw that thing is a fucking keyboard in and of itself, its just a keyboard for retards who can't into learning chords.
how do you even learn theory on that thing? how do you put chords in inversion without using one of your four programmable chord types
paying for chords is right, this machine is ridiculous. and they've existed a long time. they were always ridiculous
>people point out why the chordbot is stupid
>"lol u mad" comment
why do you keep posting? Why don't you just buy proper advertising for your product instead of shilling it on 4chan?
>does not ask a serious question
Of all instrumentalists, I would think keyboard players would be the least impressed with this junk machine.
It seems like the type of gizmo youd sell to unsuspecting guitar players, because they might not know that there are dozens of ways to voice every single chord.
They might think that this machine replaces a chord fingering chart, when all it does is dumb it down to the least common denominator
any competent keyboardist would see right through this silly gadget.
15+ year keyboardist here
if you can't see the value in this for composing, well you just don't do a lot of composing... with that said, there has been software that does this exact thing for some time. Also mutable instruments used to sell a devices like this before they /modular/