ChordPulse Lite v2.0
by Flextron Bt.
(Flextron Bt. Website)

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Operating System: Windows 7/Vista/XP
File Size: 4.5 MB
License: Trial (All Demo software)
License Conditions:

Limited to free use for a 14 day trial period.

System Requirements:

1 GHz or faster processor, 1024x768 or higher resolution monitor, sound card

Last Updated: 2011-07-11
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Software Description

Jam with a virtual backing band. Create your own backing tracks easily. Practice, improvise, compose music. Do you play guitar? Sitar? Fiddle? Don't fiddle alone again. Set up a simple chord progression with a few clicks, select a music style and press play. ChordPulse Lite will play a full accompaniment with drums, bass and chords that you will enjoy playing along with. In contrast to mp3 backing tracks, midi files or play along CDs, here you can customize your backing tracks to fit your needs. You can change chords, music style, tempo and key in an instant. You can have a full accompaniment, a drum machine with bass or a metronome with chords. Practice scales, solos, riffs, licks or whole songs, practice at various tempos, play in different key signatures, improve your timing. ChordPulse Lite is great for music training, soloing, improvisation and composition. It's a handy songwriting tool: you can try out musical ideas very quickly. It's an auto accompaniment program that can be mastered in minutes. And it's free. No matter what your instrument (electric, acoustic or bass guitar, banjo, saxophone, trumpet, fiddle, flute or a blues harp) jamming with ChordPulse Lite is just great.

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14 Day trial versions are NOT FREEWARE

What is it with all these utilities that you classify as "Freeware" but when you look at further, it is just a time limited trial version or has all the important features disabled.

I'm not opposed to buying SW, but when you think it's freeware and it turns out not to be, all trust is lost and I move on feeling conned.

We have reclassified this software

I agree with you.

We labelled this as free because that's what we were told by the software developer, and that's also what they say on their website.

This is called a Lite version that has many features not available to owners of the paid version - this is normal for a Free Lite version - but a 14 day trial period most definitely is not!

I have re-classified this as Trial software.

Thank you very much for letting us know.

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