To bend from one chord to another, the chords need to be saved inside the chord triggers. You can record and store up-to 8 chords in the chord triggers. Hovering over the chord trigger will display the name of the chord stored. Clicking on the chord trigger with the mouse will result in the chord getting triggered.
6.1 Entering chords using your MIDI controller
To enter your own chords, record-enable the chord triggers by selecting the ‘Learn’ button. You can play the chords using a MIDI controller one by one to save each of them in subsequent chord triggers.
Note – Once you click on the ‘Learn’ button, you do not have to select each trigger to record. It will automatically record-enable the subsequent trigger if empty.
6.2 Entering chords using the ‘Virtual Keyboard’ editor
You can also enter your own chords by clicking on a chord trigger and selecting the notes of the chord. You can use the slider below the keyboard to switch to various octaves.
6.3 Drag and Drop MIDI
You can also import chords by dragging and dropping MIDI files (that contain only one chord) onto the chord-triggers.
6.4 Editing chords storing in a Chord Trigger
To edit the existing chord, select the corresponding chord trigger and select/unselect the notes in the virtual keyboard editor below.