I found that I can use melodies and other Scaler’s patterns to make Strum-GS loops way less boring; a sort of “humanization” that I think can be useful for other tool as well
the problem is that the octaves available in Strum-GS are within the red line ends
now, if one of the pattern’s notes falls outside, it can be even better (while not always) because the loop changes further enriching the sound, but if the note falls on the blue arrows position the loop stops!
there is a way in Ableton to stop Scaler using those 2 forbidden buttons?
and possibly a way to force Scaler using the same octaves of Strum-GS (or other tools)?
I tried this octave remapper rack
but it shrink the pattern in 1 (one) octave only; I am unable to transform it in a “2 octaves remapper”, but even if I was, I am unsure it’s the best option
so far, the best workaround I found is using an Ableton scale identical to the one in Scaler,
then I try to understand the offending notes and I deselect the matching position in the matrix (the 2 red crosses), but I have to repeat the process for every pattern so it’s less then ideal
do you have any suggestions?
P.S: maybe this addendum will appear in Scaler in the future?