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Electronic musical instrument generating chord data in response to repeated operation of pads

Image Number 12 for United States Patent #5223655.

An electronic musical instrument with pads is provided with a plurality of pads, a pad operation detection device, and a chord data generation device which generates specified chord data corresponding to a pad when the pad has been operated a second time within a specified time. Since chord data previously corresponds to each pad, if a player operates a pad two times within the specified time, chord data corresponding to that pad is generated. This chord data is provided to an accompaniment playing device and accompaniment playing is performed.

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