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Chord Progression Selector (prototype)


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So I'm working on a new Scripter prototype, a Chord Progression Selector.

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I can chose a scale

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Setup up to 8 Chord Formulas

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Then I just use my MiniLab and a two finger process to play.

 

Here's a sneak peek

MacBook Pro 10.8.5 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 6GB Ram - Logic Pro X (10.2) - MacMini 10.13.6 2GHz Intel Core i7 16GB Ram - GarageBand 10.4.5 Logic Pro X (10.4.8) - iPad Mini iOS 12 - iOS GarageBand 2.0.1 - Qosimo X70-A 10.13.6 Intel® Core™ i7-4700MQ Processor 32GB DDR3L 1600MHz memory, 2-500GB 7200rpm hard drives - Logic Pro X (10.4.8) - MacMini M1 11.6.1 Apple M1 16GB Ram 1TB SSD Logic Pro X (10.7.1) Rosetta 2 not installed

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Thanks.

 

This starts with the ii-V-I in C Major.

Then it switches to a 2-5-1 (you'll hear why) when I apply different scales.

 

MacBook Pro 10.8.5 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 6GB Ram - Logic Pro X (10.2) - MacMini 10.13.6 2GHz Intel Core i7 16GB Ram - GarageBand 10.4.5 Logic Pro X (10.4.8) - iPad Mini iOS 12 - iOS GarageBand 2.0.1 - Qosimo X70-A 10.13.6 Intel® Core™ i7-4700MQ Processor 32GB DDR3L 1600MHz memory, 2-500GB 7200rpm hard drives - Logic Pro X (10.4.8) - MacMini M1 11.6.1 Apple M1 16GB Ram 1TB SSD Logic Pro X (10.7.1) Rosetta 2 not installed

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This is the reason I don't focus on chord names, cause outside of Aeolian, Dorian, Ionian, Locrian, Lydian, Mixolydian and Phrygian, it's up user interpretation of the name.

 

MacBook Pro 10.8.5 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 6GB Ram - Logic Pro X (10.2) - MacMini 10.13.6 2GHz Intel Core i7 16GB Ram - GarageBand 10.4.5 Logic Pro X (10.4.8) - iPad Mini iOS 12 - iOS GarageBand 2.0.1 - Qosimo X70-A 10.13.6 Intel® Core™ i7-4700MQ Processor 32GB DDR3L 1600MHz memory, 2-500GB 7200rpm hard drives - Logic Pro X (10.4.8) - MacMini M1 11.6.1 Apple M1 16GB Ram 1TB SSD Logic Pro X (10.7.1) Rosetta 2 not installed

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Now this script is working with my MidiOut MIDIFX plug-in I wrote so I can record generated MIDI from a MIDIFX chain.

 

MacBook Pro 10.8.5 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 6GB Ram - Logic Pro X (10.2) - MacMini 10.13.6 2GHz Intel Core i7 16GB Ram - GarageBand 10.4.5 Logic Pro X (10.4.8) - iPad Mini iOS 12 - iOS GarageBand 2.0.1 - Qosimo X70-A 10.13.6 Intel® Core™ i7-4700MQ Processor 32GB DDR3L 1600MHz memory, 2-500GB 7200rpm hard drives - Logic Pro X (10.4.8) - MacMini M1 11.6.1 Apple M1 16GB Ram 1TB SSD Logic Pro X (10.7.1) Rosetta 2 not installed

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