Re: [LAU] gmorgan .57 sample on youtube

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To: Carlos sanchiavedraz <csanchezgs@...>
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Date: Thursday, November 1, 2012 - 6:28 pm

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On 10/30/2012 08:04 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:

Not yet. Have you tried the sequencer ?

Bob

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On 10/30/2012 08:04 AM, Carlos
sanchiavedraz wrote:

2012/10/29 Robert Vogel <vogel@ct.metrocast.net>

On 10/24/2012 08:05 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:

2012/9/28 Robert Vogel <vogel@ct.metrocast.net>

A sample of gmorgan .57 is on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sguIcAJ4h_U&feature=youtu.be

Bob

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Very instructive, Bob. We'll try to link this demo on
Musix wiki.

Would love to see more, specially if there's any mode
of auto-comping given just one or two midi notes, like
one that I like specially from Yamaha.
(don't remember exactly, but something like this):

* note N: X (M) chord
* note N + any black key below: N Maj7
* note N + any white key below: N 7
* note N + any ...: N m
...

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Carlos sanchiavedraz
* Musix GNU+Linux
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Hi Carlos,

There are a couple of ways to make playing easier... try
these:

* If you are left handed, try the 'Funny Keyboard', which
allows you to specify the chord and extensions with your
mouse.
utils->keyb brings up the funny keyboard.
Right mouse click a note for a Maj 7
Left mouse click for a m7
Shift Left mouse click for 7
Shift Right mouse click for a 6
Ctrl Left mouse click for a m7(b5)
Ctrl Right mouse click for a sus4
Ctrl/Alt/Left mouse click +7
Ctrl/Alt/Right mouse click dim7

* For right handed people, use your left hand on the
computer keyboard, following the instructions (below),
your right hand is free to play a melodic line while left
hand points to chords with the computer's keyboard. (I have
my keyboard
on top of my desk, and the computer keyboard is on a pullout
just below it.)

(from the change notes)
utils -> selector panel has an added
accordian feature. When this panel has
focus, the computer keyboard is analogous
to an accordian keyboard. You can play
chords (major, minor, 7ths, diminished)
using your left hand while continuing to
play melodic lines on your midi keyboard
with your right hand. It only works
if the selector window is active.

The computer keyboard is mapped this way:
1 = Cdim7
q = C7
a = Cmaj7
z = Cm7

2 = Ddim7
w = D7
s = Dmaj7
x = Dm7

...

If you press the shift key, changes to #.

Try it and see if one of those techniques does the job. Let
me know if these are not sufficient.

Bob Vogel

Great! That's a lot to study :)

Is there any way of doing this via MIDI?

I'm thinking about controlling comping chords with a foot MIDI
pedal while improvising and changing harmony on the fly. Would
love to have configured my footpedal to send root and mode or
grade so I can i.e. do a II V I, or II III modal and Gmorgan would
fill the background instruments and chord notes.

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Carlos sanchiavedraz
* Musix GNU+Linux
  http://www.musix.es

Not yet. Have you tried the sequencer ?

Bob

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[LAU] gmorgan .57 sample on youtube, Robert Vogel, (Fri Sep 28, 8:11 pm)
Re: [LAU] gmorgan .57 sample on youtube, Carlos sanchiavedraz, (Wed Oct 24, 12:06 pm)
Re: [LAU] gmorgan .57 sample on youtube, Robert Vogel, (Mon Oct 29, 8:16 pm)
Re: [LAU] gmorgan .57 sample on youtube, Carlos sanchiavedraz, (Tue Oct 30, 12:05 pm)
Re: [LAU] gmorgan .57 sample on youtube, Robert Vogel, (Thu Nov 1, 6:28 pm)
Re: [LAU] gmorgan .57 sample on youtube, Carlos sanchiavedraz, (Fri Nov 2, 8:17 am)