by Trackbout
4.1 / 5     (16 votes)
Win64 OSX
Ripchord is a simple MIDI plugin for creating and remixing chord progressions.

It lets you easily map multiple output notes to a given input note so that you can create your own custom chord mappings, and then experiment with the order and the rhythm of the chords by simply playing one note at time.

Ripchord is free and will always be free, and you can also download free presets from the community.
icylemon Feb 04 2023
(5 / 5)
Feb 04 2023
Exactly what I needed
Trevor Feb 16 2022
Feb 16 2022
No Windows x86 version available, what a shame, looks like a great plugin
Franklin Jun 12 2022
Jun 12 2022
As a advice, update ur system to x64, because in the future everythings will be available on x64 systems.
Del Feb 08 2022
(1 / 5)
Feb 08 2022
Downloaded this vst and it still won't work no sound pushes out even after me linking sound to it. Somebody help before I throw my laptop thru a wall
Lunga Feb 07 2023
Feb 07 2023
Same problem, I tried everything but still does not push out Midi to other plugins.
Asande Sep 14 2023
Sep 14 2023
I think it's because of the 64 and 32 bit, coz I'm having the same issue and I'm using a 32 bit and this VST is a 64.
That Dude Feb 18 2020
(5 / 5)
Feb 18 2020
the v2 update is sick.
karol Feb 16 2020
Feb 16 2020
I tried to route them in fl stuido and it doesn't work. Do you know how it worka in fl studio ?
ok Jun 24 2020
Jun 24 2020
same problem bro
Roger Aug 29 2021
Aug 29 2021
Im having the same problem is there a solution?
Lunga Feb 07 2023
Feb 07 2023
Same here, I tried everything but still doesnt work.
Jason Jan 15 2020
(5 / 5)
Jan 15 2020
Super dope!
igniz Sept 24 2019
(4 / 5)
Sept 24 2019
Los VST3 no tienen archivos ".dll". Tienes que 1) descomprimir, 2) encuentra el archivo -> RipchordWindowsRipchord.vst3 3) moverlo a la carpeta -> C:Program FilesCommon FilesVST3 y finalmente
21cheetoz Sept 12 2019
(4 / 5)
Sept 12 2019
This is literally my favorite chord plugin. So fun to mess with, and free!!!!!
Sirrkovv Aug 18 2019
(5 / 5)
Aug 18 2019
Does one job, but does it really well. Great tool for inspiration.
DJ Esco Aug 10 2019
(5 / 5)
Aug 10 2019
Yo this thing is so easy to use, dope af.
NewJackCity Aug 09 2019
(5 / 5)
Aug 09 2019
Nice, just what I needed.
Deebo Aug 06 2019
(5 / 5)
Aug 06 2019
This thing is super useful and easy to use.
Ivan Aug 06 2019
(1 / 5)
Aug 06 2019
Too much intimidating facebook hassles for such lack of functionality. Better look for Chordz by CodeFN42
Deebo Aug 09 2019
Aug 09 2019
What facebook hassles? It didn't ask me for any facebook stuff.
Thys Dec 12 2021
Dec 12 2021
What are you on about? I have tried them all and this is by far the best. ZERO hassles
Don Aug 03 2019
(1 / 5)
Aug 03 2019
This is poor!! if your after a free decent Midi chord creator, check formidiChords
AtmanActive Aug 01 2019
Aug 01 2019
OK, a note to chord MIDI mapper. Right. But what about chord transposition? How it is now, user can only play back the chord in it's original key. Useful, but not very useful. It would be awesome if the keyboard was split and would allow user to transpose +-12 notes by holding a key together with the original key. Most of the presets are using just one octave, so the rest of the keyboard is not used. If chords are being played back from, let's say C3-C4, then, transposing could be done from, let's say C2-B2. So, when user plays with just one finger (C3-C4), then the chords are played back as they are now, but if user holds, for example, D2 and hits one of the chord keys (C3-C4), then the chords should play all transposed -1 for example. This would be super simple to implement in the UI, each preset would need just one number set, a note number where transposing would be rooted. For example, a preset is using C3-B3 for it's chords, then, if user sets C2 as a transpose root, holding D2 would transpose +1, while holding B1 would transpose -1. Of course, keys that already have chords assigned would play the chord, not do the transposing. In that way, it would really be a useful chord remixing tool. Just speaking my mind here.
Thanos Aug 01 2019
Aug 01 2019
You could assign midi to transpose (other vst), also Keyboard split (other vst), then stack these three to get what you describe.
AtmanActive Aug 01 2019
Aug 01 2019
I don't see how is this possible without complex routing since Ripchord does not let through the keys that are not assigned to chords.
Thanos Aug 02 2019
Aug 02 2019
Route initial to two channels. Split in both complementarily. Chord one. Route the chorded with the other to a single channel. Transpose there.
AtmanActive Aug 06 2019
Aug 06 2019
Complex routing, indeed. I would rather forget about this plug-in altogether than go through such a hustle each and every time I want to drop some chords.
Thanos Aug 06 2019
Aug 06 2019
It seems then that you don't really consider it as a real need, or you wouldn't bother implementing a solution. Because others would be ready to implement far more complex routings to meet their actual production needs (e.g for parallel compression, sidechaining effects, etc) e.g not just random thoughts. Might be good then for the developer to rank such request appropriately.
That Dude Feb 18 2020
Feb 18 2020
Yo u should check out the v2 update, it does exactly what you were describing.