Gestural Music Sequencer Generating a Minor Scale

In my previous example of audio created with my gestural music sequencer, that I’m tentatively naming GMS, I presented a pattern of sampled Rhodes notes in a chromatic scale. One of the functions I’ve built into the application is the capability of switching scales. Currently the available scales are major, minor, pentatonic minor, and chromatic. Here’s an example of the application producing notes in a minor scale. One thing you may notice is the dynamic range. By gesturing lower within the Y axis the notes get quieter, while gesturing near the top of the screen makes notes that are louder.

GMS Minor Scale

4 thoughts on “Gestural Music Sequencer Generating a Minor Scale

  1. Hey Grant. Thanks! I’ll take a look at your library. I’ve got a lot more work to do, but once it’s in a stable condition I’ll release it here. DJ Three6T, I’ll get some video of it in action up soon.

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