Very strange and easily reproduceable bug. It happens both when playing from keyboard or a midi file. If I break up the chords in to arpeggios it no longer detects 7 notes, it will correctly detect 6 notes. This bug only happens with chords.
I found the bug like this: Start jamming out with all white notes except E. So only 6 notes, all white except E, and play lots of chords. Scaler will detect that you have played 7 notes for some reason. Now instead of playing chords, just play notes one at a time (arpeggio) and now it will correctly determine you played 6 not 7. The same thing happens if I play a midi file with lots of chords, no where in the midi does it hit E, the midi only plays A B C D F G, If the midi plays those notes with chords it detects as 7 notes. If I break the midi up to play the exact same thing but one note at a time instead of chords, it will detect correctly as 6 notes.
I can post a midi file or a small video to demonstrate if someone would like to see it.
I’m not quite following you so a midi file would be great.
Otherwise, can you show a couple example chords where Scaler is not recognizing E? So far, I’ve not been able to get Scaler to miss any notes in capture or playback.
capture and then playback all the notes using an arpeggio.
Are you doing anything with Chord Duration or Playback Quantize?
Hi thanks for the reply ! It says I cannot upload files as a new member, so I will try a link to a midi file:
You will see there is only 6 notes in the midi, however scaler detects 7 notes for some reason:
Now try playing the same notes but not as a chord, So C D F G A B, and now it will correctly detect 6 notes. Odd right?
thanks for reporting, I just tried your MIDI file and it seems Scaler does not detect any extra note.
However, I can see the same thing than in your screenshot “7/7 notes”. This might be a calculation error in the display. This does not impact the scale or chord detection but it does look odd.
We will have a look and get this fixed.