In addition to being able to playing in different keys, Push also allows you to quickly and easily play in totally different scales. This is where things can really get interesting because you’re still using the same 8×8 pad grid, but now the fingerings and patterns you’ve become comfortable with can be moved into totally different and even non-traditional or non-western scales. Everything from Blues to Gypsy, Pelog, and so many others. I find Push makes it very easy to experiment in scales I would otherwise not even touch, but the way Push works with scales and keys makes it super easy and fun to experiment with. This video will show you how to access and change the scale that Push is playing in.
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