Here is a somewhat technical issue with the Sytrus Pitch Keyboard Mapping function in combination with Snap to Grid: When points are snapped to the grid, incorrect pitch offsets are generated for certain notes.
Could anyone confirm please?
If it is a bug, has this been logged already?
I was trying to make Sytrus sound an E phrygian mode (E,F,G,A,B,C,D,E) when playing the C major scale (C,D,E,F,G,A,B,C) on the keyboard, i.e. a right shift of 3 to 4 semitones, depending on the note played. The offsets were programmed into the PITCH KEY M tab.
The following preset was created from the Sytrus Default preset, with Snap to Grid turned on and the offsets placed accordingly (+4,+3,+3,+4,+4,+3,+3 semitones) in OP1 PITCH KEY M in the C5 octave.
When playing the C major scale, the resulting notes were: C-->E, D-->F, E-->G, F-->G#, G-->G, A-->A, B-->B, and C-->E, so 4 out of the 8 notes were incorrect.
Moving the points for these notes in the graph vertically (up or down) on the grid yielded no change in pitch at all. For example, moving the point for the F note, yielded G# in any position.
However, disabling Snap to Grid (green magnet icon, lower right corner) and then manually moving the points of faulty notes horizontally slightly off the grid to the left while holding the SHIFT key (vertical lock, i.e. keeping the pitch) yielded the correct notes (preset and pic below).
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