An example (saved in /scales in a text file with the name “Major triad.scl”):
! major chord, by a773
Explanation: lines starting with ! is comments
The first non-comment line (“major chord” in this case) is a name/description (not used by er-301 it seems, it shows up under it’s file name without extension)
The next line (3 in this case) is number of notes in scale
Then follows three lines with tunings (in cents) of each of the three notes, so in this case 400 (major third) and 700 (perfect fifth) and 2/1 (which is short for octave).
Sorry if this is all to obvious, and has been covered to death, posting in the hope it might be helpful to someone…
No worries, maybe they can be merged for the sake of not having duplicate threads anyway scala support is really really great!only advice: dont put all the .scl files from the scala website on the 301 or else it will take forever loading the unit (about 50 minutes