Re: Transpose to another mode auto...
[quote:]Here's what I'd do, using Jordito's Scale Remapper, to apply it an existing MIDI region on a track:
1. Select the Steinway Piano track and choose Track > New with Duplicate
2. Open a New Environment window:
Window > Environment
3. Navigate to the Mixer layer. Option-Click on the output for the Steinway Piano Channel Strip (triangle in top right of the channel strip). Choose: Scale Remapper > On/Off
You can close the Environment window.
4. Make the changes in the Scale Remapper and Select the Duplicated Steinway Piano track and hit Record.[/quote]
Ok, I should probably reply to this one, even if I'm on holidays.
The way it is programmed, taking a typical 7-note scale as an example as those are probably the most common, those chord memorizers inside the macro will take notes from the C major scale and remap them to a certain scale. Again seven notes...coming from white keys. Any other note outside the C major scale will be ignored. The black keys are "unmapped" by designed. So If you do what Rounik has suggested here, and your region has notes which are not part of the C major scale, those notes will be ignored.
I thought that was clear from the description of the scale remapper in the thread where it is posted.
To program something more flexible like you want, it's going to take quite a bit more effort, and doing it with chord memorizers alone won't give you what you want, I don't think.
The scale remapper is my first environment "project" and therefore it is quite simple. At its core are the chord memorizers in combination with a transformer object for transposing the output of the memorizers (again, mentioned in the original description).
You should spend some time with the environment objects reference section in the manual to understand what the different objects are capable of.