To audit Scaler chords I used the Loop mode, but after I switched to the Guitar mode, and I found that Bitwig makes things easier (compared to Live) because it’s better routing
So I used Scaler to send chords in the Chord Keys area, I put on the AAS Strum-GS track all patterns, and I moved them in the row forming a cool series by ear, so creating way more variations, while keeping more control compared to the Loop mode with variable riffs
NIce tune, got a real happy, toe tapping vibe … well done.
I saw your iZotope tag, out of interest (I have and use v9 of Neutron and Ozone Advanced) what version are you using? Have you upgraded to 10? Since I just produce at home and release to a small audience, I’m struggling to decide if the upgrade is worth the money. Thanks.
I tend to be conservative about upgrades, and I change a tool just when I milked it dry and/or I reach a severe limitation, like in case of my previous DAW, so I am stuck on the version 9 Advanced, and I think I’ll keep it for a long time
Scaler is one exception because each version adds many amazing features
I don’t know if it’s Bitwig but this sounds far better then what you were doing in Live. It feels more relaxed. Live always felt too square. Good job. I think the switch was good for you musically. Now do a complete song.