This patch uses harmonàig as a sort of left-hand voicing machine. Jazz pianists such as Bill Evans would often play rootless voicings in their left hand, leaving it up to the bassist to play the root of the chord. A couple examples are using a Dm7 chord on top of a Bb root to make a Bbmaj9 chord or using a Cmin7b5 chord on top of a D root to make a D7b9 chord. Mark Levine’s jazz piano book is a good source for more information.
This patch used the first 8 bars of Horace Silver’s composition “Peace”. It’s missing it’s last two bars because I ran out of space in 8FACEx2 and was too lazy to do a workaround Things are modulated by Caudal. The Gate Sequencer from Lomas provides the harmonic rhythm or the beats on which the chords change. I was surprised that the tempo needed to go down to 44 to feel right; that’s really slow!