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Kili Mangiare
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Postby Kili Mangiare; Fri Jan 05, 2018 3:25 pm Change the tonality scale e.g. to Cis-Dur in MuLab

Hello,
I could not find out how to change the tonality e.g. to Cis-Dur in MuLab?
Not for a single note but the complete scale...
Can somebody please help?

Thanks, regards
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Michael L
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Postby Michael L; Sat Jan 06, 2018 2:22 am Re: Change the tonality scale e.g. to Cis-Dur in MuLab

It is done manually. Open the Compose window, then R-click on any piano roll key to show Edit Key Name to rename the keys. When you enter the first name, the keyboard GUI will change and show all note names, so you can rename (or replace with - ). If you want the text larger and brighter: on the far right scrollbar click + to vertically enlarge the key/text, and in Mulab>Edit Colors change the 'Piano Keys Highlight Color' to white. You can then save it all as a Template.
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Postby Kili Mangiare; Sat Jan 06, 2018 2:34 am Re: Change the tonality scale e.g. to Cis-Dur in MuLab

Michael L wrote:It is done manually. Open the Compose window, then R-click on any piano roll key to show Edit Key Name to rename the keys. If you want the names larger and brighter: on the far right scrollbar click + to vertically enlarge the key/text, and in Mulab>Edit Colors change the Piano Keys Highlight Color to white. You can then save it as a Template.


Thanks Michael, but what I mean is not to rename the keys.
I want to switch the scale from C-Dur to Cis-Dur, D-Moll and so on.
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Postby Michael L; Sat Jan 06, 2018 2:40 am Re: Change the tonality scale e.g. to Cis-Dur in MuLab

Ah, I thought you wanted to rename the enharmonics in Cis-Dur. Perhaps you want to play in one scale on your controller and output midi in another scale, then use the Note Mapper: https://www.mutools.com/info/docs/mux/m ... dules.html
All the best!
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Postby Kili Mangiare; Sun Jan 07, 2018 3:05 am Re: Change the tonality scale e.g. to Cis-Dur in MuLab

Michael L wrote:Ah, I thought you wanted to rename the enharmonics in Cis-Dur. Perhaps you want to play in one scale on your controller and output midi in another scale, then use the Note Mapper: https://www.mutools.com/info/docs/mux/m ... dules.html
All the best!


Thanks Michael, this what I am looking for :-)
What I could not find out, how to connect the Note Mapper? The Note Mapper should first change the notes and then the synth should play the notes. But currently MIDI notes are direct in the track of the Moog synth.

[I can not upload a screenshot, Admin says Sorry, the board attachment quota has been reached.]


Maybe this would be a solution?

a MIDI track (MIDI song only, no synth) --> Note Mapper --> an empty track (just for the synth, but no MIDI song here)

Regards,
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Postby pljones; Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:32 am Re: Change the tonality scale e.g. to Cis-Dur in MuLab

Do you want to record on a track the remapped notes? (Option 1)

Or do you want the original notes to trigger the synth after being remapped? (Option 2)

(MIDI In) -> (Option 1) -> (event Recorder) -> (event sequence/sequence part/track) -> (Option 2) -> (target module)

If you want option 2, that's simple: if you have the target module in the first slot of a rack, just move it down one to the second and put the remapper in the first slot.
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Postby Kili Mangiare; Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:06 pm Re: Change the tonality scale e.g. to Cis-Dur in MuLab

pljones wrote:Do you want to record on a track the remapped notes? (Option 1)

Or do you want the original notes to trigger the synth after being remapped? (Option 2)

(MIDI In) -> (Option 1) -> (event Recorder) -> (event sequence/sequence part/track) -> (Option 2) -> (target module)

If you want option 2, that's simple: if you have the target module in the first slot of a rack, just move it down one to the second and put the remapper in the first slot.



Hello pljones,
It was option 2, and it works now.

Thanks to all :-)

Regards,

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