AudioCipher Turns Words Into MIDI Melodies & Chord Progressions

Developers of AudioCipher – a plugin that lets you transform words into MIDI melodies – have released version 3.0, adding a chord generator and more.

AudioCipher is a MIDI generator that turns words or phrases into MIDI output. Each word is translated, letter by letter, into a MIDI sequence. Parameters like key signature, chord types, and rhythm settings dictate the phrasing of those notes. And chord and rhythm randomization let you create variations.

AudioCipher Version 3.0 was released in December 2022 and includes new features like a chord generator, more scales, and triplet subdivisions for the rhythm controls. The size of the user interface has been reduced as well, to take up less space in the DAW.

Pricing and Availability

AudioCipher is available now for $29.99.

11 thoughts on “AudioCipher Turns Words Into MIDI Melodies & Chord Progressions

  1. Um, does it just go through the text looking for A-G and pick chord that match based on your key/scale? If so, that seems random.

  2. seems like a lot of excuses not to learn how to play are in play lately: Algorithmic Idiocy, this thing, lots of LFO’s; buttons, buttons, buttons, etc…

    piano please!

      1. I think for much of the ‘electronic music world’ this is true. so much enthusiasm for synths that practically play themselves, interfaces a 6 year old could play, and ‘algorithms’ for everything.

        I prefer real people playing instruments; acoustic or electric doesn’t matter. I prefer the humanity of a well done performance, with all it’s imperfections and nuance, than the digital perfection of todays focus on computer generated stroke scored music.

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