I can’t see any way of adding different bass notes to chords in section C (which is the section that need it).
Have I missed something?
If it’s been overlooked, I think it should be made priority in the next update.
Even EZKeys allows you to add any bass note to a chord in the circle of 5ths.
Have you tried Chord Edit?
Right mouse click on a chord and the last menu item is Edit Chord. From there you can modify the chord by hand by clicking on the piano roll.
Right click on the chord -
Click on any note to add or subtract it
Thanks for that.
Very helpful, although I’m not surprised that I missed it!
Such a major feature deserves it’s own button, and not hidden in a long right-click menu, IMO.
Agreed and it does in the NAV section click CHORD top right to get you straight there.
So is there a chord slash option/button per se?
Just wondering if theres been any further developments? Or is the standard workflow manually editing a chord?
Hi @jonesy7979 Can you elaborate? You can create a slash chord by using inversions or by editing chords. You can see slash chords as a setting in the settings menu too.
@davide Yeah dont worry - i saw the settings after posting it and all is fine!
Also seeing as your online…Is there a way to just play the root note of a chord (like for a bass). I know we have bass mode…But id like to play single notes with the other performance modes on a single key. There is the edit chord option where i can subtract 2 other notes from a triad but I find Scaler gets all buggy and crashes/loses my edited single note chord…Is there a note priority option or a option just to play single root note of a given chord?
Scaler is designed to respond to chords, so it’s not intended to respond to single notes other than as a bind option. Even though expressions do respond to single notes thats more to let you know that it’s alive and doing something rather than as a function. Confusing but hope that is clear,