MIDIPal Note Scale Names

I managed to find a list of note scales in this part of the MIDIPal firmware, but does anyone know where I could find the names of the scales?

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I found these in string_table in this file

str_res_chr,
str_res_ion,
str_res_dor,
str_res_phr,
str_res_lyd,
str_res_mix,
str_res_aeo,
str_res_loc,
str_res_bmj,
str_res_bmn,
str_res_pmj,
str_res_pmn,
str_res_bhr,
str_res_shr,
str_res_rup,
str_res_tod,
str_res_rag,
str_res_kaa,
str_res_meg,
str_res_mlk,
str_res_dpk,
str_res_flk,
str_res_jap,
str_res_gam

Sounds like the scale names (but heavily abbreviated, for the MIDIPal screen).

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Ah, here, in the MIDIPal documentation. D’oh- should have looked there first.

chr: chromatic scale (no quantization).
ion: ionian mode (major scale).
dor: dorian mode (russian minor scale).
phr: phrygian mode.
lyd: lydian mode.
mix: mixolydian mode.
aeo: aeolian mode (minor scale).
loc: locrian mode.
bmj: major blues scale.
bmn: major blues scale.
pmj: pentatonic major scale.
pmn: pentatonic minor scale.
bhr: raga Bhairav.
shr: raga Shri.
rup: raga Rupavati.
tod: raga Todi.
rag: raga Rageshri.
kaa: raga Kaafi.
meg: raga Meg.
mlk: raga Malkauns.
dpk: raga Deepak.
flk: Folkish scale.
jap: Japanese scale.
gam: Gamelan scale.
whl: Whole tones.

Sorry for wasting your time, guys.

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Ah, but it turns out there are 25 scales listed in the MIDIPal manual, but only 24 actual note arrays in the tables in the firmware

lut_res_scale_17[]

seems to be missing, for some reason, so the names don’t match up.

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