There is a part of Scaler that I (and not only me) would always be able to use, but was unable to use because it doesn’t work, that is green keys
Well, tonight I found a way to have a sort-of-green-keys using Scaler, a blues progression, and AAS Strum GS-2 in the Guitar mode, but using my real finger this time!
The trick is very simple, and involves Scaler playing the guitar as it was my left hand, and me playing notes in tune with my (real) right hand
Or the other way?
I don’t know LOL, too late, and too much time passed since the last time I had a real guitar in my hands
Along with Claudio’s guidance, you might also notice some other “Green Keys” which are “key switches” used by Scaler in different modes and in different ways. The implementation can feel a bit inconsistent across modes, but that could certainly be me not fully understanding what I’m looking at.
As a starter:
A Green Keys - As Claudio said, these are the notes that are playable while in Keylock mode when set to Chord notes or Extensions B Green Keys - Sharps/Flats >> C#,D# toggle Scale or Chord and F#,G# toggle Chord mute and unmute C Green Keys - Whole Notes >>> Change Melody selections