Firstly, Apologies if my earlier feature requests made anyone angry for not having a go myself, I went away and had a really good try at my idea witin “SCALE” to map each scale to JUST the white or JUST the black keys to avoid duplicate notes within the white or blacks……it was too hard so in the end I gave up on this.
But I noticed that there is a new interest in extending the Midipal so here is my simple idea, I will be brief…
Within “SCALE” > HAMRONIC settings , would it be possible to add a lower cut off note under which the “HARMONY” settings are not applied (but force to scale still is) … basically, creating nice clusters of multiple random notes works WONDERFUL over a melody line, but is much less useful over the bass notes, which ideally in many musical types need to me more plain and clear.
To give you an idea of the application, imagine that I have the ability to “split” the harmony above middle C
I can play a nice repeating C, F, G, bass note line that is clear and simple with no “random” notes…mean while above my middle C cutoff point, I can let my hands improvise with single or clusters of notes which WILL automatically have the harmony types and offset values added to them, allowing for more complex musical forms.
Any help or interest will be greatly appreciated.