If you play a note that is not from the scale, Scaler automatically maps it to a note within the scale. Here playing F will actually play F#.
SCALE NOTES ONLY
With this option you can only play the notes from the scale. Notes that are outside the scale will not play. So for the D maj scale you can only play D E F# G A B C#. F and C are silent and are not mapped to any note.
This is simply an attempt to clarify what these functions do, not a tip on how to use them. I think that using these options means learning how to play them and use them in a composition or improvisation and they may not work for everybody.
It’s very fine that you clarify what these functions do
My intention was just to tell that only 2 of those options are usable for solos
and they are the only 2 that let you mute the Scaler output BTW
if you try to use the other for solos you’ll understand they are not doable
This is why I said “strange” but maybe that I missed something important for the other 3 options
This is the most hilarious thing I’ve seen Claudio do. Right up until the post just before this one he swore that the other methods didn’t work. If you tried them you would see. But now we see they are the best!
So funny. Now he’s not only a Happy Jammer but he’s a Happier Jammer! Awesome!
You are right, but I was fooled by the fact you cannot stop che Scaler chords notes in the first 3 options: this is why I never tested them deeply
Anyway, the system is not perfect:
For example, Scaler lets you play notes that are not in tune sometimes, and most important: your notes overlap with Scaler chords, when you select certain chords that use several notes, so I hope the next release will improve this section
BTW, I still have my issue for the 2 latest options