Irijule TheoryBoard In-Depth Demo

In the latest loopop video, host Ziv Eliraz takes an in-depth look at the Irijule TheoryBoard, a MIDI controller that’s based on music theory concepts.

Video Summary:

‘”Theoryboard from Irijule is a MIDI controller built to give you easy access to multiple musical scales and is designed to help you write chord progressions, melodies, and bass lines. What makes it special are its chord layout and live modes, as well as the sheer number of scales implemented.

In this video, I take a look at what it can do, its pros and cons, and where it fits within the landscape of software and hardware tools aimed at helping you compose and perform music.”

Theoryboard from Irijule is a MIDI controller built to give you easy access to multiple musical scales and is designed to help you write chord progressions, melodies, and bass lines. What makes it special are its chord layout and live modes, as well as the sheer number of scales implemented. In this video I take a look at what it can do, its pros and cons, and where it fits within the landscape of software and hardware tools aimed at helping you compose and perform music.”

Topics covered:

0:00 Intro
0:35 Disclaimer
1:10 Overview
4:35 Connectivity
5:25 Build
6:40 Colors
7:30 Chord layouts
8:40 Transpose
9:10 Stacking and inverting chords
10:35 Strum mode
11:25 Live note mode
13:10 Misc
13:45 Pros & cons

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