ski wrote:I haven't yet tried this out, but it looks scalar-ly yummy!
ski wrote:I just DL'd your environment and played around with a bit. It's very cool!
Opening it in Logic 8, the dry output of the delay was all the way down. Just wondering if that was intentional.
It took me a minute to figure out how it all worked but now it's clear: start by selecting one of the menu items under "Scale Type" and then use the corresponding menu to alter the scale. Example: if you select "Harmonic Minor" (under Scale Type) then only the Harmonic Minor Mode menu will affect the notes.
Very cool and interesting. Thanks for sharing this!
Alan Shields wrote:I've only just found this post and it's fantastic. I had made a smaller scale mapper myself with just a few scales on it - I'm a guitarist and I sometimes find the keyboard a little awkward. Your macro seems to cover all the scales I could want (and more) so I'm eagerly downloading it now.
Thank you very much jordito,
fuzzfilth wrote:jordito wrote:Does it only cover major scale modes?
No. The ionian button is a popup menu.
MLinares wrote:Hi there is it possible to combine either of these modules with a cable switcher so as to alter environment purpose
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