There is only one thing that I wish Hookpad would do. I don’t know if Hookpad isn’t capable of doing this or if it is capable and I just don’t know how to do it. According to my present understanding there are only 2 ways to shift the pitch of chords:
change the chord inversion
slide the octave slider in the band interface.
If I select a chord and then slide the octave slider in the band interface it changes the pitch of the selected chord, but it also changes the pitches of all the other chords in the track. I would like to be able to change the pitch of one chord without changing the pitches of the other chords in the track. This way I could, for example, make one chord really low and have the following chord be really high.
If Hookpad is not currently able to do this then one option would be to add “up” and “down” buttons to the chord inversion controls. In this case each time the user pressed the “up” button the chord would shift to its next higher inversion. This way, pressing the “up” button many times would result in a very high chord, even if it was surrounded by a bunch of very low chords.
So I would like to put in this feature request, or else request advice on how to achieve this effect in the event that Hookpad already has this capability.