Firstly, I have Scaler 1 - not used it too much… I don’t know why, but it did’t ‘grab me’ like this new version does.
What I want to do, is import user progressions from a folder. Not one at a time, but a whole folder added to the user library.
I can see that you use xml file format, so some sort of database for keeping track of the files is used?
It would be GREAT if I could point tp a folder with say 100 midi files, click ‘import’ and have Scaler 2 just give me a list of 100 filenames to pick from. I can edit and delete duplicates manually, but really, you should be able to program it to delete duplicate chords when importing am I right?
It could even be a separate tool which creates an xml file ready for scaler 2 to import.
I can import 1 at a time and this is ok, but I would like to import everything quickly and then just pick through them at random till I find something that I like.
What do you think? Is it possible already and I have missed it?
I have got many sample packs from loopcloud and often they have some midi files in there. This would be a great way for me to use those creatively.
If you work very closely with the loopcloud guys, It could be a feature for their software too.
Thanks very much for your time,