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Pro 3 / Re: Real-time sequencer rec (notes) with click?
« Last post by effet rose on April 04, 2020, 03:53:44 PM »
ITB normally refers to a computer. Do you mean a click in the Pro 3?
Yes, sorry, the box I was referring to in this case was the Pro3.
No real time sequencing is only possible by knob-twiddling. I suppose you could use the Pitch knob to sequence that way but it wouldn’t be easy!

Ok, thanks for the info! Thought I was missing something obvious, but apparently not. Cheers
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Pro 3 / Feature Request - Sequencer Real Time Ratcheting
« Last post by creativespiral on April 04, 2020, 03:49:19 PM »
I'm really enjoying all the real time controls for mangling sequences on the fly!

One thought that occurred to me is that it would be a really cool for real time performance if there was a way to Temporarily Engage Note Ratcheting - a NOTE RATCHET MOMENTARY MODE / GLOBAL RATCHET OFFSET.   Perhaps using one of the soft knobs in the sequencer screen.  (ie Seq Modes > knob 3 and 4 are unused currently)  (or BPM Screen > knob 4 ... next to Swing Control)

Basically, I'm just envisioning a way for while a sequence is playing to have a sort of MOMENTARY ON/OFF capability to have all notes start ratcheting with rapid fire, while still staying at same BPM Sync / Step pattern.

Preferably, if tied to a soft knob with 7bit resolution, it might go from:
00-16: OFF   
17-32: +1 to All Ratchet Seq Trk3 Steps
33-48: +2 to All Ratchet Seq Trk3 Steps
49-64: +3 to All Ratchet Seq Trk3 Steps
65-80: +4 to All Ratchet Seq Trk3 Steps
81-96: +5 to All Ratchet Seq Trk3 Steps
97-106: +6 to All Ratchet Seq Trk3 Steps
107-118: +7 to All Ratchet Seq Trk3 Steps
119-128: +8 to All Ratchet Seq Trk3 Steps

Where lower values might have a larger sweet spot of range, and as you turn up to max, it more quickly ratchets up the rapid fire effect.

It would be a cool live performance effect to provide quick note scattering / rapid fire notes- Either for just adding additional variance to the sequences on the fly, or it could be used for build ups or transition effects.

One alternative to this possible implementation outlined above would be to expose some of the SEQ TRACKS as DESTINATIONS in mod matrix...  not sure if this is possible, or a giant can of worms, but if we could set a destination of SEQ TRACK 3 (and possibly TRACK 2 or others), then we could directly assign a foot pedal, mod wheel or various other sources to momentary ratcheting control, or other seq track items.  It would just increase whatever is in the track for all steps - ie:  a global offset to all steps by the modulation amount.  Could possibly be useful for Seq Note Duration too.

Anyways, just thinking out loud..

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Pro 3 / Re: Two 32 track sequence mode?
« Last post by guyaguy on April 04, 2020, 03:18:16 PM »
Yep would be a nice feature

The only workaround I can think of is to save the program with a 32 step sequence then save a copy to a neighboring program and program the second 32 step sequence there. It would require a program change which you could automate via MIDI for precision but it at least gets the job done.
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Pro 3 / Two 32 track sequence mode?
« Last post by creativespiral on April 04, 2020, 03:05:53 PM »
The sequencer on the Pro 3 is really inspiring!... I love all the real time, instant button and knob access to change things up.

As-is, appears we have the ability to record either:
1. Four separate 16-step sequences
2. One extended sequence up to 64-steps (or less)

I was trying to setup a patch with two 32-step sequences.  The first sequence using A/B and second sequence using C/D... however, it appears this is not currently possible.   Unless I'm missing something?   Anybody else figure a way to do this?

So this might just go under category of "Feature Request".   I'm guessing where you select Single, or Extended, a third option would need to be added for "Dual / 32" in between those.   It would be nice to have two 32-step sequences, and press the AB or CD sequence buttons to alternate between the two 32-step sequences.
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Tempest / Re: Tempest (Original) Video Thread
« Last post by Stoss on April 04, 2020, 02:52:12 PM »
Nice one man keep em coming!
Lots of YA sounds in that live performance kit I’ve put together. I did a fair amount of tweaking to get the sounds to respond nicely to velocity as well as serious customization of the FX sliders... but they are an excellent foundation for building a nice kit.
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Tempest / Re: Tempest (Original) Video Thread
« Last post by Yorgos Arabatzis on April 04, 2020, 01:59:04 PM »
Nice one man keep em coming!
Usually my Tempest sits in the studio where I play percussion with a 3 piece group. Since I'm all alone, I thought I'd start building beats and sharing that with others. Enjoy! :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=licwqr-Ydkk
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Tempest / Re: Tempest (Original) Video Thread
« Last post by Stoss on April 04, 2020, 01:45:16 PM »
Usually my Tempest sits in the studio where I play percussion with a 3 piece group. Since I'm all alone, I thought I'd start building beats and sharing that with others. Enjoy! :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=licwqr-Ydkk
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Tempest / Tempest is amazing but
« Last post by fezbot on April 04, 2020, 12:17:48 PM »
but imagine if you could overlay beats on top of beats like mpc a trick missed.     
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Sputter-plop at note-on in unison
« Last post by jg666 on April 04, 2020, 11:50:19 AM »
On F1 P24 with the sequencer running, I wonder if the issue is being caused by the filter envelope being too long for the speed of the sequence? Basically the filter envelope doesn’t have the time to finish before the next note sounds. I ‘shortened’ the filter envelope and I think the noise went away.
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Sputter-plop at note-on in unison
« Last post by skipgilles on April 04, 2020, 11:35:56 AM »
For those having no clue what I'm talking about, select built-in patch F24 (intellectual lead) and press sequencer play. The sputtering is all around. Or is it not? Then there is something wrong only with my machine.


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