In my (more or less) “musical” explorations, I tend to mix a lot of melodic elements and sequences together, to find harmonies and interesting melodies/rhythms. In Scaler 2.2+ I somehow assumed that the new Motifs of the same letter (A1…A…) are "compatible with each other (I think it’s called being in the same key/scale?). But when I play A1 and A2 simultaneously, it “bites”, doesn’t sound harmonic. I don’t understand enough of music theory yet to “see” it obviously in the keys being played. It just sounds harsh and dissonant. So I wanted to check whether I am understanding something wrong, or if it was intentional that all Motifs within the same letter group (say A1-A4) are of different keys/scales. If so, how is it possible that when you play “Motif A All” that it sounds good? Again, probably my limited music theory understanding being the issue here, but that’s one of the purposes I use Scaler for, to get a better grasp at scales, keys, harmonies, melodies, etc.
Thanks much for any enlightening feedback!