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  • v2.2.0 Changes

  • v2.1.0 Changes

    • Correct Flat/Sharp on Diatonic Scales

    • 🛠 Fix chords so that they generate a barre and a non-barre version and prevent barre chords from picking notes before the barre.

    ➕ Adds

    • Pitches and Voicings. Pitches are a way of expressing notes in a specific octave. Voicings are a way of expressing a chord with the exact pitches

    • 🍎 Introduces a little sound synthesizer (experimental, macOS-only). Use --sound to activate it wherever the program outputs chords.

    • Introduces some modules classes to provide Guitar Chord finding. ColtraneInstruments::Guitar::Base.find('C6/9')

    • Introduces DiatonicScale and Key classes.

    🔄 Changes

    • 0ïļâƒĢ Guitar Chords are now outputted using the default guitar chord notation
  • v2.0.0 Changes

    🔄 Changes

    • ðŸ”Ļ Code has been completely refactored. Things are organized around frequencies. Intervals are backed by cents, which is an logarithmic measure used to measure the distance between 2 frequencies.

    We have now a distinction between PitchClass and Note. The first is a generic concept of Notes while the latter deals with sharps and flats logic.

    That refactor will allow us to in the next versions refactor scales so that they output proper sharps and flats (https://github.com/pedrozath/coltrane/issues/3).

  • v1.2.3 Changes

    🛠 Fixes

    • 🐛 Bug in progression command
  • v1.2.2 Changes

    🛠 Fixes

    • A bug of the previous functionality that generated a infinite loop if a command wasn't found
  • v1.2.0 Changes

    ➕ Adds

    • An interactive mode, so you don't have to type coltrane all the time.
    • ➕ Adds notable progressions: You can type coltrane progression jazz in C
    • ➕ Adds tritone substitution for chord, for the library only for now Chord.new(name: 'CM7').tritone_substitution
    • ➕ Adds chord unary operators. + Note for adding a note to a chord, + Interval or Integer for transposing the chord
    • ➕ Adds slash chords Chord.new(name: 'CM/B')
    • ➕ Adds chord #function for Roman Chords, when they're on Diatonic Major scale, returning Dominant, Submediant, Tonic, etc

    🛠 Fixes

    • 🛠 Fixes a bug in Piano
  • v1.1.2 Changes

    🛠 Fixes

    • Progression specs
    • Comments out classic progressions for now

    ➕ Adds

    • Progression.find(*%w[AM DM F#m EM])
  • v1.1.0 Changes

    🔄 Changes

    • ðŸ”Ļ The qualities are now more procedural, less hardcoded as possible. The refactor has caused the chord list shorter. That may be an issue for some users, and if so, it should be addressed in next versions. However, I believe that reduces the spam, since we are focusing on the more relevant chords, as they're the basis for building more "exotic" chords.

    • Intervals are now registered and displayed in the english language order. Ex: Minor Third was 3m and now is m3.

    ➕ Adds

    • A lot of helper methods for obtaining interval information! Interval has methods like #minor_third?, #major_second?, which are pretty self-explanatory. #full_name and #full_names are also added, the latter returning intervals that are pretty much the same, such as Major Second and Major Ninth. Interval sequences have methods like #has_minor_third? and #third, which will return the third it has, no matter if its major, or minor.

    • Roman Chords and Chord Progressions are finally here! It's a bit experimental yet, the latter definitely needs more specs.

    🛠 Fixes

    • The changelog
  • v1.0.25 Changes

    🛠 Fixes

    • 💎 Ruby version on the gemspec
  • v1.0.24 Changes

    ➕ Adds

    • Some coloring on guitar output
    • Chromatic Scale

    🛠 Fixes

    • Adjusts the marked frets alignment

    🔄 Changes

    • ✂ Removes Natural sign ~padding~ for guitar instruments