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= New Arpeggio =
= New Arpeggio =
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==Width==Width to show in octaves==Width - SPIN==Increase or decrease width to show in octaves==Arpeggio dots==Click or use keyboard to add or remove notes..This selects notes from the scale to select from above. The same method is used for the seed, scale or arpeggio windows. With the arpeggio windows, as an extra option use Ctrl + click to make an ascending / descending arpeggio.With the keyboard, use the numbers  2 3 etc to add or remove the correspondingly numbered notes.Normally the key 1 is assigned to the 1/1, which for scales has no effect when editing, but plays the 1/1 when set to Play. The 2 then adds or removes the first scale value and so  on.If your keyboard has a key to the left of the 1, and you prefer the 1 to add or remove the first scale value, go to notes to play for PC Keys (Ctrl  + 24) | More whereyou have an option to use the key to the left of 1 on the keyboard as the first note.==E==Echo the dots picture in a larger window==Arpeggio keyboard picture==Keyboard picture for new scale - use to play notes or select them...This shows the  notes on a picture of a music keyboard. It uses a standard black and white keys type arrangement, except that the white keys vary in width, with the D, G and A keys a bit wider than the others.This makes  it possible to display the notes as dots positioned exactly according to the pitch - those three white keys are wider because the interval from e.g. C# to D# is more than the interval from D# to the mid point of E and F.==E==Echo the keyboard picture in a larger window==Apply==Place the result back in the main window==Select all==Select all the notes in the scale to select from to make your new scale==Clear==Erase your new scale==Clear==Show the keyboard to right of 1/1, to left of the 1/1, both, or auto...The auto option shows the area to the right, to the left, or both  depending on whether the scale to select from has only values greater than 1/1, only values less than 1/1 or both types.==[[Window 75 | Opts...]]==Options for the New Seed, Scale and Arpeggio windows==[[Window 24 | Notes for keys...]]==Various options that affect the pitches and so on as played from the PC keyboard.==a==Adds the new arpeggio to the list below the highlight==r==Replaces the highlighted arpeggio==v==Remove the highlighted arpeggio==n==Make a link to a new drop list of arpeggios...You enter the name for the new drop list in the description field. Then place the desired fiile name to use for the new list in the place where the numbers normally go. Then click this button to start your new droplist of arpeggios==[[Window 28 | \ (back slash) Options for play scale / arpeggio / seed]]==Arpeggio and scale playback options - ascending, descending, both and more==[[Window 112 | Play from PC keyboard]]==Play in this tuning from PC keyboard...==Steps==Select this to show the arpeggio as steps from each note to the next...When unselected, you show scale degrees, with 0 for the 1/1 of the scale.So for instance in twelve tone scales with the initial 0 shown, the pentatonic arpeggio is0 2 4 7 9 12as scale degrees, or0 2 2 3 2 3as steps.You can show / hide the initial 0 there from the More version of the main window. ==Show 0==Show the 0 of the arpeggioIf you choose to hide the 0, and then want an arpeggio that starts on some scale degree other than 0, then put the nubmer in square brackets - see the pelog arpeggios lists for examples.==Less <<==Shows this window with either less space, less options, or alternative layout==[[Window 111 | Show...]]==What to show on the music keyboard pictures - intervals, chord intervals etc ==Help = F1==Click for help for this window. Or F1. Other opts: Shift , Alt, Ctrl + click... F1 or click shows the help for the current window in your web browser. Some windows may have no help yet in which case the help icon is shown crossed out with a red line.Shift + F1 or Shift + Click brings up the tool tips extra help window (this window) to show any extra help for a tool tip. You can tell if a tool tip has extra help if it ends ... like this one.Ctrl + F1 or Ctrl + click takes you to the list of keyboard shortcuts for Tune Smithy.Alt + F1 or Alt + click (alternatively Caps lock physically held down + F1 or Click) takes you to the on-line page at the robertinventor.com web site about the current main window task - which gives a short introduction to it for newbies to the program. If there is no on-line page specific to a  task, takes you to the main tune smithy page on the web site.Since the help for Tune Smithy is currently a bit out of date and needs to be redone completely for the new 3.0 release, then you may find the on-line page for some of the newer tasks particularly useful. ==Organise Windows = F2==Or F2 - Reset / save / open for individual windows, right click for cat. list...Shows the Organise windows window - which you can use to reset all the parameters for the current window - or save them all, or open previously saved parameters for just this window. Also has a drop list of all the windows and their shortcuts.You can also right click on this icon as a quick way to get the floating drop menu of all the Tune Smithy windows organised by category==Scales Dialog Star==Tip of the day - Scales category - right click for neighbouring windows...Left click for a tip of the day in this category.Right click to see a menu of neighbouring windows.The neighbours are the ones you most often move to after this one or within a minute of this one, arranged by popularity.So as you continue to use FTS, it will learn your habits, and the neighbouring windows listed here, should be the ones you most often visit after this  one.
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Width to show in octaves
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==Width - SPIN==
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Increase or decrease width to show in octaves
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==Arpeggio dots==
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Click or use keyboard to add or remove notes..
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This selects notes from the scale to select from above.  
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The same method is used for the seed, scale or arpeggio windows. With the arpeggio windows, as an extra option use Ctrl + click to make an ascending / descending arpeggio.
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With the keyboard, use the numbers  2 3 etc to add or remove the correspondingly numbered notes.
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Normally the key 1 is assigned to the 1/1, which for scales has no effect when editing, but plays the 1/1 when set to Play. The 2 then adds or removes the first scale value and so  on.
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If your keyboard has a key to the left of the 1, and you prefer the 1 to add or remove the first scale value, go to notes to play for PC Keys (Ctrl  + 24) | More whereyou have an option to use the key to the left of 1 on the keyboard as the first note.
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==E==
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Echo the dots picture in a larger window
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==Arpeggio keyboard picture==
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Keyboard picture for new scale - use to play notes or select them...
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This shows the  notes on a picture of a music keyboard. It uses a standard black and white keys type arrangement, except that the white keys vary in width, with the D, G and A keys a bit wider than the others.
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This makes  it possible to display the notes as dots positioned exactly according to the pitch - those three white keys are wider because the interval from e.g. C# to D# is more than the interval from D# to the mid point of E and F.
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==E==
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Echo the keyboard picture in a larger window
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==Apply==
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Place the result back in the main window
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==Select all==
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Select all the notes in the scale to select from to make your new scale
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==Clear==
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Erase your new scale
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==Clear==
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Show the keyboard to right of 1/1, to left of the 1/1, both, or auto...
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The auto option shows the area to the right, to the left, or both  depending on whether the scale to select from has only values greater than 1/1, only values less than 1/1 or both types.
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==[[Window 75 | Opts...]]==
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Options for the New Seed, Scale and Arpeggio windows
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==[[Window 24 | Notes for keys...]]==
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Various options that affect the pitches and so on as played from the PC keyboard.
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==a==
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Adds the new arpeggio to the list below the highlight
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==r==
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Replaces the highlighted arpeggio
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==v==
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Remove the highlighted arpeggio
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==n==
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Make a link to a new drop list of arpeggios...
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You enter the name for the new drop list in the description field. Then place the desired fiile name to use for the new list in the place where the numbers normally go. Then click this button to start your new droplist of arpeggios
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==[[Window 28 | \ (back slash) Options for play scale / arpeggio / seed]]==
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Arpeggio and scale playback options - ascending, descending, both and more
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==[[Window 112 | Play from PC keyboard]]==
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Play in this tuning from PC keyboard...
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==Steps==
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Select this to show the arpeggio as steps from each note to the next...
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When unselected, you show scale degrees, with 0 for the 1/1 of the scale.
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So for instance in twelve tone scales with the initial 0 shown, the pentatonic arpeggio is
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0 2 4 7 9 12
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as scale degrees, or
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0 2 2 3 2 3
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as steps.
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You can show / hide the initial 0 there from the More version of the main window.  
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==Show 0==
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Show the 0 of the arpeggio
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If you choose to hide the 0, and then want an arpeggio that starts on some scale degree other than 0, then put the nubmer in square brackets - see the pelog arpeggios lists for examples.
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==Less <<==
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Shows this window with either less space, less options, or alternative layout
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==[[Window 111 | Show...]]==
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What to show on the music keyboard pictures - intervals, chord intervals etc  
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==Help = F1==
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Click for help for this window. Or F1. Other opts: Shift , Alt, Ctrl + click...  
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F1 or click shows the help for the current window in your web browser.  
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Some windows may have no help yet in which case the help icon is shown crossed out with a red line.
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Shift + F1 or Shift + Click brings up the tool tips extra help window (this window) to show any extra help for a tool tip.  
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You can tell if a tool tip has extra help if it ends ... like this one.
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Ctrl + F1 or Ctrl + click takes you to the list of keyboard shortcuts for Tune Smithy.
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Alt + F1 or Alt + click (alternatively Caps lock physically held down + F1 or Click) takes you to the on-line page at the robertinventor.com web site about the current main window task - which gives a short introduction to it for newbies to the program. If there is no on-line page specific to a  task, takes you to the main tune smithy page on the web site.
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Since the help for Tune Smithy is currently a bit out of date and needs to be redone completely for the new 3.0 release, then you may find the on-line page for some of the newer tasks particularly useful.  
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==Organise Windows = F2==
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Or F2 - Reset / save / open for individual windows, right click for cat. list...
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+
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Shows the Organise windows window - which you can use to reset all the parameters for the current window - or save them all, or open previously saved parameters for just this window. Also has a drop list of all the windows and their shortcuts.
+
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+
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You can also right click on this icon as a quick way to get the floating drop menu of all the Tune Smithy windows organised by category
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+
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==Scales Dialog Star==
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Tip of the day - Scales category - right click for neighbouring windows...
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Left click for a tip of the day in this category.
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+
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Right click to see a menu of neighbouring windows.
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+
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The neighbours are the ones you most often move to after this one or within a minute of this one, arranged by popularity.
+
-
 
+
-
So as you continue to use FTS, it will learn your habits, and the neighbouring windows listed here, should be the ones you most often visit after this  one.
+
=Neighbours, and [[Window 5 | Previous]] - [[All_Tune_Smithy_Windows | Up]] - [[Window 7 | Next]]=
=Neighbours, and [[Window 5 | Previous]] - [[All_Tune_Smithy_Windows | Up]] - [[Window 7 | Next]]=
[[Window 141 |  Help For Tool Tip - Shift + F1 (Ctrl + 141) ]]
[[Window 141 |  Help For Tool Tip - Shift + F1 (Ctrl + 141) ]]

Revision as of 03:20, 10 July 2008

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New Arpeggio

==Width==Width to show in octaves==Width - SPIN==Increase or decrease width to show in octaves==Arpeggio dots==Click or use keyboard to add or remove notes..This selects notes from the scale to select from above. The same method is used for the seed, scale or arpeggio windows. With the arpeggio windows, as an extra option use Ctrl + click to make an ascending / descending arpeggio.With the keyboard, use the numbers 2 3 etc to add or remove the correspondingly numbered notes.Normally the key 1 is assigned to the 1/1, which for scales has no effect when editing, but plays the 1/1 when set to Play. The 2 then adds or removes the first scale value and so on.If your keyboard has a key to the left of the 1, and you prefer the 1 to add or remove the first scale value, go to notes to play for PC Keys (Ctrl + 24) | More whereyou have an option to use the key to the left of 1 on the keyboard as the first note.==E==Echo the dots picture in a larger window==Arpeggio keyboard picture==Keyboard picture for new scale - use to play notes or select them...This shows the notes on a picture of a music keyboard. It uses a standard black and white keys type arrangement, except that the white keys vary in width, with the D, G and A keys a bit wider than the others.This makes it possible to display the notes as dots positioned exactly according to the pitch - those three white keys are wider because the interval from e.g. C# to D# is more than the interval from D# to the mid point of E and F.==E==Echo the keyboard picture in a larger window==Apply==Place the result back in the main window==Select all==Select all the notes in the scale to select from to make your new scale==Clear==Erase your new scale==Clear==Show the keyboard to right of 1/1, to left of the 1/1, both, or auto...The auto option shows the area to the right, to the left, or both depending on whether the scale to select from has only values greater than 1/1, only values less than 1/1 or both types.== Opts...==Options for the New Seed, Scale and Arpeggio windows== Notes for keys...==Various options that affect the pitches and so on as played from the PC keyboard.==a==Adds the new arpeggio to the list below the highlight==r==Replaces the highlighted arpeggio==v==Remove the highlighted arpeggio==n==Make a link to a new drop list of arpeggios...You enter the name for the new drop list in the description field. Then place the desired fiile name to use for the new list in the place where the numbers normally go. Then click this button to start your new droplist of arpeggios== \ (back slash) Options for play scale / arpeggio / seed==Arpeggio and scale playback options - ascending, descending, both and more== Play from PC keyboard==Play in this tuning from PC keyboard...==Steps==Select this to show the arpeggio as steps from each note to the next...When unselected, you show scale degrees, with 0 for the 1/1 of the scale.So for instance in twelve tone scales with the initial 0 shown, the pentatonic arpeggio is0 2 4 7 9 12as scale degrees, or0 2 2 3 2 3as steps.You can show / hide the initial 0 there from the More version of the main window. ==Show 0==Show the 0 of the arpeggioIf you choose to hide the 0, and then want an arpeggio that starts on some scale degree other than 0, then put the nubmer in square brackets - see the pelog arpeggios lists for examples.==Less <<==Shows this window with either less space, less options, or alternative layout== Show...==What to show on the music keyboard pictures - intervals, chord intervals etc ==Help = F1==Click for help for this window. Or F1. Other opts: Shift , Alt, Ctrl + click... F1 or click shows the help for the current window in your web browser. Some windows may have no help yet in which case the help icon is shown crossed out with a red line.Shift + F1 or Shift + Click brings up the tool tips extra help window (this window) to show any extra help for a tool tip. You can tell if a tool tip has extra help if it ends ... like this one.Ctrl + F1 or Ctrl + click takes you to the list of keyboard shortcuts for Tune Smithy.Alt + F1 or Alt + click (alternatively Caps lock physically held down + F1 or Click) takes you to the on-line page at the robertinventor.com web site about the current main window task - which gives a short introduction to it for newbies to the program. If there is no on-line page specific to a task, takes you to the main tune smithy page on the web site.Since the help for Tune Smithy is currently a bit out of date and needs to be redone completely for the new 3.0 release, then you may find the on-line page for some of the newer tasks particularly useful. ==Organise Windows = F2==Or F2 - Reset / save / open for individual windows, right click for cat. list...Shows the Organise windows window - which you can use to reset all the parameters for the current window - or save them all, or open previously saved parameters for just this window. Also has a drop list of all the windows and their shortcuts.You can also right click on this icon as a quick way to get the floating drop menu of all the Tune Smithy windows organised by category==Scales Dialog Star==Tip of the day - Scales category - right click for neighbouring windows...Left click for a tip of the day in this category.Right click to see a menu of neighbouring windows.The neighbours are the ones you most often move to after this one or within a minute of this one, arranged by popularity.So as you continue to use FTS, it will learn your habits, and the neighbouring windows listed here, should be the ones you most often visit after this one.

Neighbours, and Previous - Up - Next

Help For Tool Tip - Shift + F1 (Ctrl + 141)

New Scale (Ctrl + 5)

Parts (Ctrl + 9)

Colours (Ctrl + 7)

Instr. (Ctrl + 8 or Ctrl + N)

Tune options, drone, && Undo o Backups (Ctrl + 33)

Organise windows (Ctrl + 51)

Make web page of tune midi or audio clips (Ctrl + 49)

Midi out options (Ctrl + 48)

N.B. This list of neighbours may change each time this help is updated - it is based on the windows I use myself most often after this one.

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