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   * using the Melody Generator (full version only) to come up with melodies (for lead parts, vocal melodies, countermelodies underneath vocals, and much more!)   * using the Melody Generator (full version only) to come up with melodies (for lead parts, vocal melodies, countermelodies underneath vocals, and much more!)
   * using the Melody Generator in VST mode (inside your favorite DAW), to hear how random, in-key melodies might sound over your half-finished audio tracks (perfectly in sync). You can generate a new/random melody idea over and over again, in any scale, any key, over any chord! Especially useful for singer/​songwriters who have no problem coming up with chords and lyrics, but can’t seem to come up with melodies for their lyrics.   * using the Melody Generator in VST mode (inside your favorite DAW), to hear how random, in-key melodies might sound over your half-finished audio tracks (perfectly in sync). You can generate a new/random melody idea over and over again, in any scale, any key, over any chord! Especially useful for singer/​songwriters who have no problem coming up with chords and lyrics, but can’t seem to come up with melodies for their lyrics.
-  * for making ambient/​soundtrack-ish music (certain VST instruments are tailor-made for ambient music, such as Green Oak’s Crystal, or Athereal by Psychic Modulation Software, and others). Use some of the pre-made “ambient” chord progressions from the Chord Progression Browser, and get ideas going fast+  * for making ambient/​soundtrack-ish music. Use some of the pre-made “ambient” chord progressions from the Chord Progression Browser, and get ideas going fast!
-  * for making “chiptune”-style music (similar to the background music of video games from the mid-to-late 80s and early 90s), by using the included “RCChiptunes” soundfont. No program lets you create fun 8-bit chiptune music faster than RC!+
   * layer various melodic phrases together (on different tracks, with different instruments if you like) to create dense, polyrhythmic harmonic textures that otherwise would take a lot of time (and musical theory knowledge) to complete, in any other program!   * layer various melodic phrases together (on different tracks, with different instruments if you like) to create dense, polyrhythmic harmonic textures that otherwise would take a lot of time (and musical theory knowledge) to complete, in any other program!