MusiCAD offers a heap of accompaniment features to help you arrange or let you verify used harmonization by just listening.
Whenever you have placed chord symbols with your melody line (as most lead sheets do), together with the tune's meter, repeat signs and manual bar lines, MusiCAD has enough information to supply you with some basic accompaniment parts. As soon as chord symbols are detected in the main melody part, MusiCAD will add automatic bass line and automatic chord line during playback. All automatic parts are not visible by default. However, you could view and/or edit them as you feel fit. Use the score dialog to select parts to be visible or hidden.
Apart from the automated chord- and bass line, you can instruct MusiCAD to add broken chord line, simple piano accompaniment and other parts using the new part dialog
Chords on beat (1 and 3)
Chords on afterbeat 2 and 4
Chords on any beat
Double chords on afterbeat
Double syncopated chords on afterbeats
Arpeggio (broken chords)
Alternative arpeggio 1 to 6
Chord fundamentel note
It is easy to use MusiCAD to add some basic parallel second voice part like a third, sixth or octave above or below. The original melody line is copied and inserted as new part wihin your score (or even within the current voice, adding notes to sticks).