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Chapter 17.  Using MIDI Effects  > Using the Arpeggiator

Using the Arpeggiator

In traditional musical terms, an arpeggio is a chord played one note after another, rather than at the same time. SONAR's Arpeggiator effect takes whatever MIDI notes are in a track and automatically expands them into a flourish at a rhythm and range you define. It's a sound that dates back to early progressive and psychedelic rock, and it's a staple of many modern dance styles. Here's how to make it work for you.




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