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User scales
#31
(03-07-2020, 07:41 AM)SB-SIX Wrote: I hope a scale can be set globally with the upcoming implementation. setting it up per track would be alot of configuration each time.

A global option would be cool, but there are many possibilities with a per track implementation that are not possible with a global setting. e.g. three voices, one set to a diatonic mode, another set to an arpeggio of an extended chord, and another switching between two different pentatonic scales. These can all harmonise, but each will have a distinct character. Just an example, there are many possibilities... you might want to allow one voice to play some chromatic in-between notes, but still be quantised...
Same for microtonal tuning, e.g. having some voice forced to equal temperament tuning, and others playing with perfect intonation can be a nice option.

Maybe some option where a number of different scales can be defined globally, and then assigned per track, or selected via fx, so even changed within a single pattern...?
So some FX like 'QZC1 nmm' where n is the root note and mm is the scale type ID. Maybe with some builtin scales and some user definable scales... Would obviously use up some of the precious memory resources, but not a whole lot?
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#32
If there was a set of scales per project, maybe they could come from Scala files? They open up a much wider range of possibilities than what most quantizers can do.
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#33
can't wait for that feature +1
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#34
This is the #1 feature I am waiting for +1
Currently as a work around I run my cv outs into my o_C in quantermain mode. Its limiting.
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#35
Same using Quantermain in O_C to quantise CV outputs. +1 on adding this feature.
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#36
As mentioned, not in the next version, but after that.
Next version can do some scaling indirect through the tables.
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#37
Too bad, many of us want this feature. we will wait. I imagine you have lot to do!
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#38
(07-31-2020, 10:11 PM)Cedre Wrote: Too bad, many of us want this feature. we will wait. I imagine you have lot to do!

They are many features many people are waiting of and i can only do things step by step. And i got to keep an eye on other developments as well.
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#39
(08-04-2020, 01:25 PM)XORadmin Wrote:
(07-31-2020, 10:11 PM)Cedre Wrote: Too bad, many of us want this feature. we will wait. I imagine you have lot to do!

They are many features many people are waiting of and i can only do things step by step. And i got to keep an eye on other developments as well.

+1 on this feature. 

Given the recent update, will scales make it into the nest release? Any sense of timing? 

I realize you will have your own dev roadmap, but perhaps a poll on high level feature requests to see which ones the community is more keen on would be helpful?
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#40
(11-16-2020, 09:37 PM)Djfnord Wrote:
(08-04-2020, 01:25 PM)XORadmin Wrote:
(07-31-2020, 10:11 PM)Cedre Wrote: Too bad, many of us want this feature. we will wait. I imagine you have lot to do!

They are many features many people are waiting of and i can only do things step by step. And i got to keep an eye on other developments as well.

+1 on this feature. 

Given the recent update, will scales make it into the nest release? Any sense of timing? 

I realize you will have your own dev roadmap, but perhaps a poll on high level feature requests to see which ones the community is more keen on would be helpful?

Did you use the scales through the tables yet?
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