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Hookpad allows a song to have multiple meters. If you would like to add a meter, select the measure at which you would like to add a meter change. Choose the option to add a meter change from the GUI and click ok.
When adding a new meter, there are options available for how long the new meter change will last. You select a range of measures, have it last until the next meter change (if applicable), or through the end of the song.
When there are multiple meters in a song, flags are added at each meter change. You can select a flag by clicking on it. Doing so will allow you to change the meter of that flag or to remove it (with the delete key)
Just as with key, meter, and tempo, you can change the instrumentation of your song by adding a band change by selecting the measure at which you want the change to occur and choosing the \"Add Band Change\" option. Band Change flags will appear at every change. Clicking on any of these flags allows you to edit that band.
Hookpad generates a performance from your chord progression for each harmony track specified in the band. The rhythm of the chords played, as well as the order and distribution of pitches (the voicing of the chords), are chosen automatically for you depending on the specified harmony track. For example, the track Piano RH 1/4s (the default harmony voicing) plays piano chords in right-hand closed position every beat. Some tracks, like Bossa Piano, play specific rhythms depending on the meter of your song, in this case, a Bossa Nova style piano.
Like the harmony tracks, Hookpad creates bass lines from the chord progression for each bass track specified in the band tool. The bass line rhythm and pitches are chosen automatically for you depending on the specified bass track. For example, the track Piano Bass Dotted (the default bass voicing), plays a dotted rhythm on a single note given by the corresponding chord bass. Some tracks, like Bossa Bass, play a specific bass line that uses multiple chord tones. Like harmony tracks, the bass track rhythms will change depending on the meter of the section.
Hookpad colors scale degrees 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, and chords I, ii, iii, IV, V, vi, and vii as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, in the major scale. When switching to a different scale, the color order is maintained, but the colors are cycled so that both the intervals between note colors and the quality of chord colors are preserved. For example, the distance between a red scale degree and a yellow scale degree is the same in every scale, and the basic red and yellow chords have a major and minor quality, respectively, in every scale. This also indicates the relative relationship between the scales (e.g. A minor is the purple chord in the key of C major and it remains the purple chord in the key of C major. The only difference is that it went from being the vi chord to the i chord (A minor is the relative minor of C Major)
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The TonalEnergy Tuner display is a multi-colored target with concentric circles. When your note falls within the designated pitch range as determined by the choices made in the Mode and Range pop-up screen, a green smiley face appears in the center of the Target Tuner. When an in tune pitch is held for an extended period, the user is rewarded with a green smiley face that grows larger and larger. The mode and range selections will influence how quickly the smiley face appears and grows. In addition, a light purple puzzled face will appear when the pitch is out of tune as indicated by the red flat or sharp arc.If the note moves away from the target pitch, bands will appear around the center of the target. The bands above the target indicate the note is sharp while the bands below indicate that the note is flat. For exact measurement (within 1/10 of a cent), a cent meter is shown. In addition, the intonation is shown by the flat and sharp symbols inside the Target Tuner.
The Pitch Tracker will appear on Target, String Tuner, Sound, and Analysis pages. A bar graph illustrates the percent of time the music performed falls into each of the three pitch zones: red, yellow, green. The colors and percentage are determined by the amount of time the tones were performed within the tuning parameters set in the Mode and Range pop-up. Tap the Pitch Tracker bar (Activity)to access the Activity
To change the meter, tap the meter toggle button. A scroll screen will appear. Select the meter. The item at the bottom of the popup allows you to enable/disable auto-hiding of the menu after a selection.
On the Main Metronome page, you will find a visual metronome that shows beats. Each number represents a beat in the selected meter. Once the metronome is engaged, the beat the metronome is playing will have a green background. By tapping on various blocks, you can create different combinations of clicks and silence.
The 8th = 8th button toggles a feature that will automatically adjust the tempo when you switch back and forth between a X/4 or X/2 meter and an X/8 meter in order to keep the duration of an 8th note identical. Note that in order for this feature to work in Preset sequence mode, the presets to be switched need to have Use Tempo disabled so that the tempo can be automatically adjusted depending on what came before.
When in Preset Sequence (or Advanced) mode, the main meter, subdivision, and beat controls cannot be used to change the settings of the metronome (as they are controlled by the presets themselves). A popup warning you of this will appear if you attempt to, allowing you to either bring up the preset editor for the current preset, or turn off the Advanced mode.
Note If you change the meter before the current measure has ended, the change will take place immediately, even in the middle of a measure. If you want the time signature change to occur at the end of a measure, you must go to the metronome options icon on the Main Metronome page. Tap on options and select Change on Next Measure. Meter changes can be accomplished in a musically relevant manner, especially useful when recording the metronome.
To change the settings of a specific preset, you can access editing from two different locations: the main metronome page preset or list icon. Double-tapping a preset button will bring up the preset editor for that preset. Once there, the tempo, subdivision, meter/counts/time, number of bars, beat pattern, and name can be edited. In addition you can edit use of voice, use of drones, establish key/temperament, configure auto-transpose, engage auto bar silencing and count-in drones. Or if you tap the List icon on the left side just below the preset buttons and choose Edit Current Group, it will bring up all the presets in the current group in list form, then you can select (or double-tap on iPhones) to edit a specific preset.
To create a new preset group, tap the list icon and choose All Preset Groups. Tap the