Chord Memorizer window
Double-clicking a chord memorizer opens the Chord Memorizer window, where you can set up chord definitions.
The top keyboard is used to input and display the incoming note, and the lower keyboard is used to input and display the assigned chords. Notes can be entered with the mouse, or a MIDI keyboard.
Remember to only use notes that fall within the key limit range on the top keyboard. Also remember that you can only define one chord for each of the 12 pitch classes (C, C#, D, and so on). If necessary, you can use more than one chord memorizer object to define more chord types for each pitch class.
Enter chords using the mouse
Click the input note on the top keyboard.
All notes in the associated chord are inverted on the bottom keyboard.
Click notes on the bottom keyboard until the inverted notes of the desired chord are shown.
You don’t need to stay within the same octave as the input note.
When you’ve entered the notes for your chord, select another input note (on the top keyboard), or close the Chord Memorizer window.
Enter chords using your MIDI keyboard
Play the input note.
Select the Listen checkbox in the Chord Memorizer window.
The lower keyboard is inverted, indicating its readiness to record.
Play the notes of the desired chord.
You can play them one at a time, or as a chord. If you make a mistake, deselect the Listen checkbox, then select it again to start over.
When you’ve entered the notes for your chord, deselect the Listen checkbox and play a new input note, or close the Chord Memorizer window.