Musical Transformations

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The Musical Transformations are a set of rules applied to the current Base Pattern, that modify the notes in both tones and positions.
The Transformations can also reverse in time the note structure, also can invert the tones of the notes.
The musical transformations can be accessed from the Transformation Editor.

Icon Tranformation Description
No Tranformation.png No Transformation No Transformation is applied to the current Base Pattern
Mirror First Half.png Mirror First Half The first half of the Base Pattern is mirrored in the second half
Mirror Second Half.png Mirror Second Half The second half of the Base Pattern is mirrored on the first half
First Half 1 Octave up.png First Half 1 Octave Up The second half contains the notes of the first half raised one octave.
First Half 1 Octave down.png First Half 1 Octave Down The second half contains the notes of the first half lowered one octave.
First Half Mirrored 1 Octave up.png First Half Mirrored, 1 Octave Up The second half contains the notes of the first half raised one octave but reversed in time.
First Half Mirrored 1 Octave down.png First Half Mirrored, 1 Octave Down The second half contains the notes of the first half lowered one octave but reversed in time.
Second Half Mirrored 1 Octave up.png Second Half Mirrored, 1 Octave Up The first half contains the notes of the second half raised one octave but reversed in time.
Second Half Mirrored 1 Octave down.png Second Half Mirrored, 1 Octave Down The first half contains the notes of the second half lowered one octave but reversed in time.
First Half Mirrored 1 Octave up.png First Half Mirrored, 1 Octave Up The second half contains the notes of the first half raised one octave but reversed in time.
Time Reversed.png Time Reversed The whole base pattern is reversed in time.
One Octave Up Period 16.png One Octave Up, Period 16 The tone of the note is raised one octave every 16 notes during the next 16 notes.
One Octave Down Period 16.png One Octave Down, Period 16 The tone of the note is lowered one octave every 16 notes during the next 16 notes.
One Octave Up Period 32.png One Octave Up, Period 32 The tone of the note is raised one octave every 32 notes during the next 32 notes.
One Octave Down Period 32.png One Octave Down, Period 32 The tone of the note is lowered one octave every 32 notes during the next 32 notes.
Period 1 Sine Wave.png Period One Sine Wave The tone of the note is affected by the amplitude of the sinusoidal wave.
Period 2 Sine Wave.png Period Two Sine Wave The tone of the note is affected by the amplitude of the sinusoidal wave with double frequency.
Period 1 Round Wave.png Period One Round Wave The tone of the note is affected by the amplitude of the round wave.
Period 2 Round Wave.png Period Two Round Wave The tone of the note is affected by the amplitude of the round wave with double frequency.
Period 1 Triangular Wave.png Period One Triangular Wave The tone of the note is affected by the amplitude of the triangular wave.
Period 2 Triangular Wave.png Period Two Triangular Wave The tone of the note is affected by the amplitude of the triangular wave with double frequency.