Arpeggiators are a simple but effective way to give standard chords rhythm and movement.
And whilst it’s fairly simple to set up an arpeggiator in your DAW, in this video I show you how to take it a step further by recording the arpeggiated chord to a new MIDI track, editing the MIDI data, and then playing it back through the original synth.
In this case I’ve randomized the chance of the notes playing, but you can really edit the MIDI notes however you like – remove, duplicate, randomize, whatever your heart desires!
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