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Some while ago I downloaded ‘Chordbot’, an app that allows you to create chord sequences. I experimented with it for a time, with the idea of using it to practice changes and playing across extended chord voicings.
I recently came across one of the first things I did when I was learning how to program the app; a nice simple chord sequence laced with vapour-trails of tenor sax.
At the time of recording, I was focused on the app and its workings, and didn’t pay a lot of attention to what I’d recorded in a musical sense, but listening back, it’s actually quite a decent three and a half minutes worth in its own right, so I did a bit of Logic jiggery-pokery and loop manipulation to improve the sightly rinky-tink sound quality of the original Chordbot voices, and here’s the result:

‘Tenor Sax & Chordbot’ is free to download on Bandcamp.