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Melodic scales in Drambo
What would be the setup for using scales and keys, mainly with auv3's inside Drambo?
I use a Cme midi keyboard and I do have KB-1 , rozeta scale and so on...
You can set the scale in this menu next to the keyboard/pads
Using the CV Quantizer module, you can enforce pitch scales anywhere you need them. Using it with AUv3 sound generators, you'll first need to convert MIDI to CV, then CV Quantizer, then a MIDI Note Generator to convert back to MIDI.
This is also your only option if you want to be able to define any scale you want, even on the fly.
A very fun feature of the CV Quantizer is that its notes can be mapped to MIDI notes.
This allows you to toggle individual notes in a scale on the fly by just hitting the notes on an external keyboard or other MIDI controller.
Thanks…I did that but it won’t translate to my midi keyboard.> @FordTimeLord said:
Thank you rs! I think this would be the way. I will follow the tutorial on YouTube for this.
Scaler 2 for iPad is going to be released on 24th. It can do what you want. Moreover you can develop your chord progression with it, run multiple instances of it in Drambo, sync their settings regarding chord progressions and scales and then jam to that using your controller. You can map the chords of your progression to keys on the low end of your keyboard. It has every scale you can think of. Hundreds of performances that sequence the notes of your chords. It’s a gamechangier.
I'll keep an eye on it for sure! Just wondering if with the available apps right now, would be easier to play scales with my midi controller in Drambo. I guess the only way would be what rs2000 recommended, even though I would have liked to be a bit simpler> @krassmann said: