Voicings determine how chord events are set up. They define the vertical spacing and order of the pitches in a chord, but also the instrumentation and genre of a musical piece.

For example, a C chord can be spread over a wide range of pitches, and a pianist will choose different notes than a guitarist. The pianist may also play completely different pitches for different musical genres.

  • You can set up voicing for the entire chord track in the chord track Inspector.

  • You can set up voicings for individual chord events on the Voicing pop-up menu on the info line.


    If Adaptive Voicings is activated in the chord track Inspector, you can only change the voicings for the first chord event on the info line.