Check out the beta version of Soft Arranger.

Would you like to try Soft Arranger before it goes public? Just sign up to the Newsletter and you will be sent the password for downloading it.

The subscription is required primarily because there are probably a number of bugs and problems with the application and it’s important that there is a record of who is using it so they can be contacted in case of fixes or if something needs to be tested.

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4 comments to “Check out the beta version of Soft Arranger.”

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  1. I would like to try this sofware. Can you send me a password, please?

    Best Regards

    Akos

    • http://admin says: -#2

      Hi Akos, I see you have already subscribed to the Newsletter. You should have received it automatically. I will send it to you again by mail.

  2. Special program!
    What will it do? What is it for? and how to use it?
    So far it looks like an old atari game!

    • http://admin says: -#2

      Hi Ketil,
      Soft Arranger is a MIDI arranger like the ones made by Ketron, Roland, Yamaha, Korg, etc… (sometimes called an auto accompaniment keyboard) which is used for playing music on a keyboard and sounding like a whole band. The main difference is that Soft Arranger is software based so you don’t need to buy and carry big expensive hardware and also that Soft Arranger is totally FREE as well as the styles it uses for playing.

      You are right about it looking like an Atari game. That was intentional. The reason being that Soft Arranger was created primarily for performing on stage in front of an audience. In a situation like that you demand clear and direct feedback from your instrument as well as fast and reliable response. Unfortunately beautiful graphics adds nothing to either of these two objectives and can actually work against them if not done right.

      If you have a MIDI keyboard and you can play a few chords I suggest you try it out. I’m sure you will find it a lot of fun.

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