In Keys Lock - Chord Extensions mode - I want to jam / improvise melodies against whatever chord is currently playing. However I find the scale notes being generated by the white keys begin with the triad followed by the other notes e.g. CEG + BDFA (for C major) instead of generating CDE + FGAB in order, as I expect.
This means I can’t easily improvise melodies because the notes I want are all over the place - frustratingly, some of the generated notes are even generated an octave higher.
For example, using the chords offered in the C major scale, after pressing the tonic chord C, if I want to play the simple sequence C3 D3 I cannot! The closest I can get is to press the white keys C then G in chord extensions mode but this merely generates C3 then D4 (note the D is an octave higher) - the D3 cannot be generated.
Please add a preference, option or key switch, or another mode which sorts the notes generated by the white notes in consecutive order, within the same octave, so that a musician can improvise melodies. ChordPrism does exactly this - it would be simple (presumably) to add this feature to Scaler 2 and unlock HUGE jamming possibilities.
P.S. I am kind of bewildered why this obvious (to me) use case has not already been implemented or mentioned in the forums. Perhaps I am missing a setting somewhere?