How To Use Scaler 1.5 To Get Interesting Chord Progressions


In the early stages of songwriting a common challenge is working out interesting chord structures that are both ear catching and musically sound. When a songwriter is in one of these frustrating stages all they ever need is a quick chord shape suggestion or two in order to spark some fresh ideas. If you have ever found yourself in this type of struggle where you just can’t think of a chord for a song then Scaler 1.5 by Loopmasters could very well prove to be an invaluable plug-in to have in your creative songwriting toolkit.

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