Adds additional parallel notes to a Melody. This Node is commonly used to quickly convert a monophonic pattern to chords, or to create additional harmonics. Can be used in conjuction with the Melody Filter Node to constrain the effect to longer or more emphasized notes only.
A Melody line to which extensions are added.
Sets how the selected extension steps are interpreted.
- Chromatic: each extension step represents a 100-cent offset from the original notes.
- Diatonic: each extension step represents a single step on the used scale, from the original note.
Sets the timing algorithm to use on extensions.
- Constant: each extension is added with the exact same timestamp as the original note, producing a perfectly simultaneous playback.
- Arpeggio ascending: the original note and any added extensions are sorted in an ascending pitch-wise order, and then incrementally shifted in time to produce an arpeggio effect.
- Arpeggio descending: same as Arpeggio ascending, but with decreasing pitch-wise order.
In addition to the settings listed above, this node is configured with a set of extensions to add to each note in the input Melody.
The Melody with added extensions.