This. I’ve thought this for so long that I forgot about it.Key should probably be called "Key Shift" 0, +1, +2, etc.
C#maj has a G natural, among other different notes than above.If I'm playing the following notes, why am I needing to change the scale to 'A' to get even close to my desired output?!?!
Should't I be able to use C#Maj?
C - D# +2
C# - F +4
F - G# +3
F# - A# +4
G# - C +3
A# - C# +3
I believe C#Maj has a G#...no doubtC#maj has a G natural, among other different notes than above.
So A is the 'default'? If it is set to A then everything else is "based"? I honestly don't care about the scale I'm playing in...just that those specific notes have the proper interval...they are the only 6 notes of the solo piece I'm working on.With custom shifter type Key = A uses the shifts exactly as shown in the global scale menu. Adjusting Key applies the "A" shift value to the selected keynote, with the other values transposed accordingly.
Whew - I sure brain farted on that one. Of course it has a G#. Also a B#!I believe C#Maj has a G#...no doubt
“B#”… The power, and wonder, of enharmonics.Whew - I sure brain farted on that one. Of course it has a G#. Also a B#!
Yes but check shift values because two are a semitone flat for the notes you listed. Also if the notes are correct, dual harmony type (+3, C#/Db Ionian/major, other voice level at 0) might be preferable for smooth bends in the generated harmony, if the part includes any bends.So A is the 'default'?