MIDI Chords Pack - Always free

Published: Tue 24 November 2020
Updated: Sun 17 January 2021 by L.Drolez In Music Translations: es fr

You can find a few Midi Chord Packs but most of them are either paid (like the Midi Chord Pack EssentialMidi or Unison) or very limited with a few dozen chords at most.

So I give you My original Chord Pack which is both 100% free and diversified which contains more than 6000 chord files!

You only need your favorite DAW such as Ableton, Logic Pro, Cubase, Pro Tools, Reason. And the .mid files of the pack work with and are playable by any virtual software instrument such as Kontakt, Massive, Xfer Serum, Sylenth1 and more!

Download the ZIP below, no risk to try it, I don't even ask for your e-mail to send you ads 😉!

download the free midi chords pack

If you want to support my work, and contribute to the release of other free packs, you can of course support me on my Patreon! 🙏

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Latest updates

I try to update the Midi Pack regularly when I get suggestions for chords and progressions.

Here is the list of the last modifications:

  • 13/Jan/2021:
    • Added the missing m7b9b5 chords
    • All chord progressions are now available in 4 rhythmic styles (basic, basic4, alt4, hiphop)
  • 19/Nov/2020:
    • Added 3 minor chord progressions. All chords are now 1 octave above.
  • 14/Oct/2020:
    • Fixed the chord progressions with borrowed chords. Added 3 progressions with a bVII chord.

chord pack overview

Content of the pack

  • A total of 3576 Midi chords. 528 chords for each key.
  • 3600 chord progressions in major and minor scales: 76 progressions for each key and 4 styles.

The chords range from simple triads to 7th, 9th and all other advanced chords: sus2 sus4 add9 add11 6th dim6 7sus4 7+5 7+11 etc.

This huge chords collection is enough to cover all styles (Jazz, Pop, Hip-Hop, Trap, R&B and EDM). Try out chords that are out of the ordinary, without knowing anything about music theory.

Moreover, it's a collective project, you can contribute to new chord progressions on Github :)

Watch the small Youtube demo videos:

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