I guess you will have to try various pitch +12s. Keep in mind that you can put two with +12 (or one whith +24) and another +12 lower it until it works for you. In that of testing you are a great expert, Claudio, hehe
I used your method to make a RabittBond, but I haven’t had time to finish it or make the video
You can also try to go up in Binding and raise the octaves
I would just use the C3-B4 Grouping and then and another midi FX to transpose another octave or two. Like Logic’s MIDI FX Transposer or there must be a few other free transpose plugins?
We will have a user customisable range but that’s still a little while away.
I use Scaler with UJAM instruments with no problem. The key is to limit the Scaler chords to triads. Do not turn on dynamic voicing. You want the triads to stay confined. Use the transpose in the edit section of Scaler till the chords fall in the range of the UJAM playable area. UJAM does not recognize any chords outside of a triad anyway. I’ve used it on the Bass, the Carbon guitar and the Striiiigs. Works just fine.
I found anyway, that UJAM recognizes even chords made by more than 3 notes (if it’s the triad you were referring to ), and I can listen interesting patterns made by chords and single notes using Melody > Riffs
This method works for all of Sonokinetics libraries as well. They have some great phrase based orchestral libraries that are a delight. Every year they do a 12 days of Christmas sale that has awarded me 3 free brilliant Ostinato libraries and super discounts on some of their best sellers. Picked up Indie last year for $55 for a $249 library. Just wrote a piece with it that features Scaler driving the chords. Lovely combo.
Anyway that method has a drawback: I usually use Broomstick Bass first (EzBass later), because it follows automatically and gives me also a basic drums, but due to the fact I have Scaler sending notes 5-6 octaves higher, I must use MIDI Polysher to lower them, otherwise the bassist strikes