You have a delightful sense of harmony! :-) Well, I guess I'm not exactly an OLD friend, but maybe a new one ha?
I listened to your two latest tracks and the chords/harmony were unexpected! In a super way of course. Sort of a pleasant dissonance, I guess? The consonance (un-dissonance ?) was also noice! Especially the sounds in Oxygen Machine. That song has a nice shifting groove about it.
Anyhoo, welcome back to the forum and the oodles and gobbs of forum-ers haha
P.S. If I can take a little more liberty here, Musagi is one of my favs as well! That's because at least for one, Musagi is one of few apps that combine the flexibility of tracker music with actually intuitive and user-friendly GUI design! Bring the Musagi 2.0! xD
Yes, the harmony is strange. The piece is more of an exploration of alternative dominant-tonic relationships, particularly using rhythm elements and form to create (and deny) expectations rather than use any particular chord progression. It was VERY fun because I wasn't at all concerned what notes were playing! Only that they should convey some relative motion. That all became less important as the piece developed as I became more and more lost in the process.
So yeah, dissonance and consonance is like apples and oranges. I believe Taron once likened the "dissonance meter" to a "brilliance meter!" Schoenberg would be proud, lol
As for musagi 2.0, jokes aside, as intuitive as the program is, it's aging FAST. I say start fresh with python and say goodbye to the existing code. Recreate! Recreate!
Oo, I had to relisten after you said that about the chord progression... I didn't notice before, but this is almost a polytonal song, is that fair to say? Also while relistening the quality of the instruments strikes me, hehe. One day I will be as great as thee haha!