The other day, I found Melody Sauce 2 on Plugin Boutique.
This “AI instrument” works really great with Scaler as chord base, creating interesting melodies.
I used it in my last song, in the riff, and I find it pretty powerful. It can be used with several styles, generating longer or shorter loops, even the styles that are not intended by default, as in my song.
So, it can give me some melody ideas when I am not inspired and starting with this, I can develop more ideas, as I did in this song.
In fact, I never mastered the art of making them singing the real words, but this is quite feasible, but as you mentioned in one thread, all we hear are the demos done by the professionals which, of course, we are not. It is rather complicated, but one day… maybe.
The guy decided to get into the guitar seriously and gave himself 3 months (he just made a video). As a bit if an exercise he has himself playing the guitar legato (better than most after much longer) and using the other hand on the piano.
I think one significant difference between Scaler and what is now a plethora of tools for melody (and progression) creation is that they typically algorithm based, whereas Scaler progressions (with the possible exception of arpeggios) have been created by musicians.
I’ve got most of these tools, but I find myself always coming back to Scaler as a basis for anything I try to do.