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New Tool (3.0): Note transpose in specific scale


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#1 fiasko

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Posted 21 November 2015 - 22:29

Transpose notes in a selection and force specified scale (or a custom one).  You can also try to find to what scale and key selected notes belong to.

 

When Y is checked, only notes that match selected scale are transposed. When N i checked, only notes that do not match are transposed. When both are checked all notes are transposed. 

 

If sequencer selection is checked,  notes are transposed in multiple patterns selected in the sequencer.

 

The tool can be found in the right click menu of the pattern editor. There are also keyboard shortcuts available.

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Edited by fiasko, 09 December 2015 - 20:57.

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#2 Djeroek

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Posted 22 November 2015 - 00:26

Thanks, cool stuff!

 

Is it possible for a future version to also have it work on multiple patterns at once? So > pattern selection? 

 

Like for example in the progressor tool ( http://www.renoise.c...ools/progressor ), you can set the beginning and end pattern number for the tool to do its magick on :) . Saves having to run it on every pattern, when you want to hear how a transposition turns out over more than one pattern . 



#3 Meef Chaloin

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Posted 22 November 2015 - 05:28

This sounds incredibly useful, thanks a lot, can't wait to try it out.



#4 fiasko

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Posted 22 November 2015 - 17:55

Thanks, cool stuff!

 

Is it possible for a future version to also have it work on multiple patterns at once? So > pattern selection? 

 

Like for example in the progressor tool ( http://www.renoise.c...ools/progressor ), you can set the beginning and end pattern number for the tool to do its magick on :) . Saves having to run it on every pattern, when you want to hear how a transposition turns out over more than one pattern . 

 

I added sequencer selection.


Edited by fiasko, 22 November 2015 - 18:02.

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#5 Krloff

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 01:43

Very useful thanks!