Scales Loop Player

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Scales Loop Player

Postby Quilapan » Sun Dec 05, 2010 9:45 am

Hello Jesse, hello all.
My first post....
Thanks for Making and supporting Thumbjam.
Is there a Way to Play scales Straight After loading in Loop ?
For better and (I think) quickly learn.
Thanks
Fernando

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I'm not sure I understand

Postby Jesse » Sun Dec 05, 2010 9:38 pm

I'm not sure I understand your question, could you try to give more detail?

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Simply load a scale and play

Postby Quilapan » Mon Dec 06, 2010 4:21 am

Simply load a scale and play in loop
Regards
Fernando

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Hi, Just like Jesse, I failed

Postby mat » Mon Dec 06, 2010 5:13 am

Hi,

Just like Jesse, I failed to understand what you precisely want to do...
If what you meant is "can you play directly in the scale used for the loop you loaded?" then the answer is yes: if you load a loopset you previously saved, the instrument is still the last selected one but the scale is coming from the last recorded instrument in the loaded loopset. Hope I've been clear and answered the question you had in mind...

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I'm sorry for my bad

Postby Quilapan » Mon Dec 06, 2010 5:40 am

I'm sorry for my bad english.
I just want to:
Load a scale
Let Thumbjam play this scale endless
Thanks Jesse and Mat for your answers
Fernando

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Then all you have to do is to

Postby mat » Mon Dec 06, 2010 5:47 am

Then all you have to do is to load an instrument that suits your tastes (sound menu/change instrument), load the scale (sound/change scale)you want to listen to (if I'm correct for learning purpose) and then optionally set the span you want or the key you want it to be in (through sound/key controls menu). All you have to do, from the point you have the scale sounding the way you want, is to record a loop playing all notes of the scale in the order you want it, once you're done TA-DA! you have your scale playing continuously and you cant practice on top of it...

Hope this is really what you meant this time ; )

Cheers

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Yes Mat, it works! But were

Postby Quilapan » Mon Dec 06, 2010 6:47 am

Yes Mat, it works!
But were nice to play any scale direct after loading
with just a click on play button (perhaps by setting from x note to x note).
Maybe an improvement for next version?
Thanks for your patience.
Fernando

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