Chordjam 1.1.2 - Changing the built-in sound on iPad?

Hi all!

Is there a way to change the built-in sound on Chordjam 1.1.2 iPad to something cleaner? A simple electric piano would be soooo much better than this built-in sound.
I can’t hear the difference between some chords because the built-in “computer wind instrument” - thing is so muddy sounding and its response is slow, it starts later than pressing the chord buttons.

Thanks in advance!
Duke

Hi @Duke,

The current version of Chordjam includes only this basic built-in sound, as it is intended to be used as a MIDI tool.
We are working to build a new version of Chordjam with more advanced features. More built-in sounds will be included as well.

The built-in sound can also be deactivated through the Settings tab.

Regards,
Katerina

Thanks for the answer, Katerina!
About when this new version is coming out?

Another question: can I connect Chordjam with Garage Band on iPad? What’s needed for this? I checked the manual but I suppose it’s about routing to desktop DAWs.

Thanks,
Duke

Thanks for asking! Our developers are working on the new version and we do not know when it will be released.

As for Garage Band, it does not support MIDI tools and for this reason, both Chordjam and Riffer can not be used with it.

However, you could get in touch with them directly, just in case there’s something we are missing. :slight_smile:

Hi Katerina,

Thanks for the answer! I use Scaler2 as well and it works fine with Garage Band using Audio Unit Extensions. Everything I play in GB using Scaler2 is recorded in GB as MIDI information.
Does Chordjam support AUE?

Thanks:
Duke

Thanks for letting us know @Duke.

Chordjam’s AUv3 is AUE. However, Chordjam is a pure MIDI effect and for this reason it is not supported by Garage Band.

I forwarded this to our developers to investigate further and it’s very possible that we’ll provide a solution with another AUv3 type soon. I’ll keep you posted on any news :slight_smile:

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Wow, this is very good news, thanks Katerina! Waiting on the news! I really like Chordjam, that’s why I am asking. :wink:

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