asked Mar 31 '14 at 18:23 by wiresandenergy (71)

Is there any way to snap to scale and/or prevent me from drawing in notes outside of a particular scale? For instance, lets say I want to write a loop in G Minor and I know whatever part I am writing needs to be fixed (i.e. not chromatic). Is there a good way to do this? Ableton has a fold function (I know you do too), and you can push notes outside the boundaries of the grid. Reaper has a scale function that grays out ineligible notes. Scales aren't complex but it lets me breeze through my workflow when I don't have to worry about fat fingering a note. Really helps the creativity process.


Anyone see this?

  — (Apr 21 '14 at 23:52) wiresandenergy

they have a transposer and you can select how it handles notes outside of a certain scale i use it on everything and it works great just make sure to put it at the start of your device chain


answered Apr 22 '14 at 01:23 by TristanMendoza (190)

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