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Tutorial: Intervals
Topic Started: 24 Jul 2012, 08:48 PM (8,432 Views)
Ocarinadiva
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Play what makes you happy. - Achint

This is awesome! Thanks for taking the time to write/post it.
Edited by Ocarinadiva, 24 Jul 2012, 09:16 PM.
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Play what makes you happy. - Achint

Yay! It's a sticky now.

There's another thing that intervals really helps with - midi backtracks!

Sometimes you'll want to transpose a midi file but you'll want one part to be higher and one part to be lower. If you transpose up 3 then for the other part you'll want to transpose down 9. Basically you can transpose either way but the total has to equal 12.

This is really helpful when you want to transpose a melody higher but don't want to backing to go into the next octave. You can instead transpose down. As long as the up/down together total 12 - you know you're good!
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