Weird MIDI scaler idea

Jun 8, 2011 at 7:18pm

Weird MIDI scaler idea

I wonder if anyone has come across something like this – I want to find / make a scaler that will play a new note from the selected scale wherever I play.

Ok to contrast – If you select say a C Minor Pentatonic in the Ableton scaler, it will play the same note on quite a few keys – e.g. C, C# and D will probably all play C.

What I want is a scaler that basically ignores the keyboard and plays you a new note every time, crushing the scales down, e.g. for a C minor pentatonic:

C plays C
C# – D#
D – F
D# – G
E – A#
F – C

and so forth. Does this already exist? If not can anyone suggest how to make it? Thanks!

#57508
Jun 9, 2011 at 12:33am

Try using modulo and divide to split the notes up and then use a list of note values for your scale, here’s a little example which should make sense to you:

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#206016
Jun 15, 2011 at 12:32am

Hey thanks for that mate, will check it out!

#206017

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