When creating chords from audio it does not take transposition of the audio file into account.
- Add a file with musical/harmonic content
- Transpose the file using Transpose on the info line
- Drag the audio to the Chord track
- Notice how the generated chords are from the untransposed file
If you bounce the file the chord track will of course use the new transposed key as now there is no other key. However, I think this is a little bit confusing.
It’s a minor issue but I would expect the chord track to work with the current state of the file, i.e. how it sounds and not what the bottom most file under the processing actually is. WYSIWYG. Or rather what you hear is what you get.
I imagine the use case here for most people is to fiddle around with functions like transpose to match musical content together and then use “audio to chord” to get the new chord progression. I can’ think of a use case where you’'d really like it to behave the way it does today but I could be totally wrong.