Tutorials&Theory that could be applied in RC

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Many thanks again for your work on this, it will be very useful!

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You are welcome! This is already available in v3.9beta31.
Thanks!
Attila
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yet another great feature implemented, thanks again music developments!!! You are so impressive when you just implement these amazing features.
It's a great joy to know this little thread maybe got a snowball on one of them :D yeayyy!!
Sorry i haven't been posting recently, here's one i saved as nice that maybe somebody else might like also

https://youtu.be/A32m5UJiYOM

and this video reminded me of the already amazing arpegios one can make in RC, maybe it might spur even more ideas on variating them:

https://youtu.be/K-J0l1z8zr8

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I'll use this video as an excuse to say that one of my top, possibly top 5 if not higher feature in RC (hard to say, ther'es so many great ones) is the ease and convenience with which you can snap musical phrases to different modes, not just major and minor, and how much this changes mood and adds atmosphere

https://youtu.be/Jhep4gvcC1E

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This one works too..
https://youtu.be/D1qudfJ7ey0

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Ya know, just went back into this thread and noticed that this guy's channel comes up a few times. To be honest, I think his stuff is probably in my top 5 of the "BEST" YouTube channels dealing with music theory. Well, I don't really have a top 5, but, was fun saying that.

This one is on voice leading..
https://youtu.be/UkatcvIuF4U

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This one is a gem, here is part 1 u ll get to part 2 eventually
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m_M6DMHnKo

How to Develop a Motif into a Full Piece!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zda1WIMLNOI

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This a good guide on using Tonnetz..

https://youtu.be/DhxxcRdA70o

https://youtu.be/E3knV3ZQBcY

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This is a great video on Rhythms..

https://youtu.be/ZROR_E5bFEI

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