(ignore MOS with steps smaller than cents)
This applies a stretching or compression evenly across the whole scale.
Entering 1 will cause no change; entering 2 will make every interval twice as large.
This will add a random amount of detuning to each note of the scale.
Select a subset from the current scale.
Select a ratio that approximates the interval.
Note: if you enter an odd number, the interval of equivalence will change (e.g. mistuned octaves)
Divides your interval of equivalence into an equal number of steps, then rounds each interval in your scale to the nearest equal step.
Makes your entire scale fit within a desired 'modulus' interval, typically 2/1. Intervals in your scale which are larger than the modulus will wrap around, leaving only a remainder.
Rotates the mode of your scale.
The resulting scale will be sorted ascendingly.
Select the options for the note map.
Because there are more than 12 notes
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