Nimbu Arranger


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nimbu is a realtime arranger that combines the most important features of autoaccompaniment with a sequencer. This symbiosis leads to an enormous functionality.

The basic idea behind it is that the patterns of the auto accompaniment are no longer based on source chords, but on chord scales.

The tension tones of the chord scales form the missing link between styles and midi files.

In addition chord scales can be reduced to chord tones to play any harmony freely in the auto accompaniment. This can be done spontaneously during live playing.


Free trial edition available.

Regards from Hamburg

Klaus
 
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Interesting

Looking at the website Nimbu is 199 €.

Other arranger software is available and one called vArranger costs 350 €
 
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There are 3 nimbu editions

nimbu Core 99.- €, nimbu Extended 119.- €, nimbu Professional 199.- €

https://www.nimbu.de/en/overview.html

Some highlights

- Comes with 2 synths and 100 styles
- Realtime chord recognition and transposing
- Graphical editor for all events with undo/redo
- Supports development from scratch with inheritance of basic rhythms
- 3 improvisation levels: title, scales, chords
- Imports YAMAHA styles
- Calculates chord progressions and song related accompaniments from MIDI files
- From these song related styles are created
- Exports YAMAHA styles
- Custom setup of instruments/devices/drivers including one-touch presets
- Remote control with more than 100 switches and knobs via MIDI or touch screen
- Performance mode to suppress anything that might interfere live playing
- MCU / HUI support for master keyboards
- Records auto accompaniment
- Records playing on keyboard
- Exports MIDI files
- Free trial edition

Styles and sounds included in nimbu are just examples to get started.

There is a big deal of freedom to play own accompaniments and styles and to integrate own sounds and sound modules.
 

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