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June 14, 2013

QuNeo “Enhanced Note Mode”-Whenever You Play, Play in Tune

Keith McMillen

The highly anticipated release of the QuNexus, by Keith McMillen Instruments, happened a little earlier in the year. If you haven’t picked up your own, you should do that now. Like, right now.

The older brother of the QuNexus, the QuNeo was released last year and an instant success. Give yourself a new reason to play by trying out the Enhanced Note Mode.

QuNeo Enhanced Note Mode software lets you play in tune whenever you play QuNeo. Download the Max For Live Device and standalone versions here:

Enhanced Note Mode maps QuNeo’s pads to the notes of nine musical scales, while setting the tonic to any of 12 notes. Players can select any of the scales and then jam away without worrying about hitting a wrong note.

The scales included in Enhanced Note Mode are Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, and Locrian, as well as Major Pentatonic and Minor Pentatonic.

Enhanced Note Mode includes a powerful harmonizer that can add complimentary pitches to each note being played. The timing of the additional harmonizer pitches can be offset to create a rhythmically compelling cascade of notes.

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