Re: Transpose to another mode auto...
How have you been? Hope you are well. Great TnT last month! I especially liked the end - very creative.
I was thinking along the same lines in regards to Christopher's question. Upon playback of the existing region, everything could be transformed into the desired mode or scale. I can visualize this with just the seven traditional modes, as each chord memorizer could represent each mode and be receiving data from a cable switcher labeled (as text) and cabled to each one of the chord memorizers. (Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aolean and Locrian). The cable switcher would be receiving its data from the original channel strip, and the chord memorizers, after transposing to the desired mode, could then be routed to another cable switcher, which would be cabled to transformers, each configured to transpose to the desired key. Then those transformers could each be cabled to a channel strip, and those channel strips could be cabled to the sequencer input. It would be most efficient if each of those last channel strips transmitted on their own MIDI channel, so that they could record discreetly to separate channel strips on the arrange page. (Auto-demix by channel would have to be checked in project settings). Christopher could choose to record all possibilities at once, or just select the ones he wanted. I guess it's also possible to skip the transformers and do the transposing within those last channel strips.
But all that being said, Rounik, I don't know how to address this if Christopher wants to convert a seven note scale to a chromatic, or pentatonic scale, as I think he mentioned. Could Transformers be used for this? It wouldn't be hard to use a chord memorizer to change a seven note scale to a five note, or a twelve to a seven, for that matter, but there would either be missing notes, or repeated notes. But going up in scale degree number, like from five to seven, or seven to twelve, is that possible? Maybe this could be another TnT subject.