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cyclic604b33 2013-08-30 22:57

show harmony suggestions in the midi editor
 
since the cv tuner can do it , it would be nice if there was a ghosted note indicator to show notes that might work with the current midi data

maty82 2013-08-30 23:29

Sorry, but how does the cv tuner work? You have me intrigued

cyclic604b33 2013-08-30 23:31

http://shop.propellerheads.se/product/cv-tuner/

its probably easier to read it there

kylelee 2013-08-30 23:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by cyclic604b33 (Post 1382803)
since the cv tuner can do it , it would be nice if there was a ghosted note indicator to show notes that might work with the current midi data

i dont really see this ever happening because it supposes there is rigid rules in music theory

one note by itself could have any number of relationships to another note.
any interval could lead to countless following

ghost suggested notes would have to assume scale, chords, progression, key changes and if you had to input all that data to make it work, well you wouldnt be in need of suggested notes

CV tuner harmony out kinda lets me down because it only goes up or down 7 semitones
it should have a range of an octave under over the original pitch
then intervals 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th altered to M m A d P based on the scale you have chosen. or 25 steps 12 under to 0 to 12 up then use the rounding function to fix out of scale semitones.

JiggeryPokery 2013-08-31 01:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by cyclic604b33 (Post 1382803)
since the cv tuner can do it , it would be nice if there was a ghosted note indicator to show notes that might work with the current midi data

Um, so, if you have a C selected, and you want the editor to highlight notes that it displays all the obvious chords:

C# (-9)
D (2, sus2, 9th)
D# (minor)
E (major, 7th, aug)
F (sus4)
F# (diminished triad/blue note, 7+5, m7-5)
G (sus2, sus4, 5, major triad, minor triad, major 7th, minor 7rh)
G# (aug, maj7+5)
A# (minor 7th)
B (7th, 7sus4)

Well, it highlights them already. In white!

colcifer 2013-08-31 02:54

At what point are we asking our DAW to make music for us?

DjVinnie91 2013-09-02 11:32

As a creative mind and a music technology student I have to say this is the most retarded thing I've ever heard of. I hope you're joking.


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