New Direction Modes

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    Avatar of Robert

    Very cool step modes that I like on the GRP A8, are the following:
    N,N+1,N: e.g. 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 2, 3, 4, 3, …
    N,N,N+1,N: 1, 2, 1, 2, 2, 3, 2, 3, 3, 4, …
    That means, before adavancing to the new step, the sequencer steps one back. These repetive modes create very musical variations.
    Should not be too hard to implement.

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    • This reply was modified 7 years, 6 months ago by Avatar of Paolo Paolo.
    Avatar of Citric

    @robert… this is like the loop progression in the v4 and v4l sequencer. Here you can set dif. levels on the jump back. this kind of direction mode is very cool and you can do realy cool rythms.

    i had a similair idear to ask for, so nice that you have been faster. Hope this feature will come but i think there a so many request and if they all will be come ???

    I also will pay a donation for some new features . And i dont will say that the sequencer is not perfect! i love the zaq :)

    • This reply was modified 7 years, 6 months ago by Avatar of Citric Citric.
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    Avatar of Tommy Down
    Tommy Down

    More directions modes yes. Inspired by midibox mostly I guess. Brownian, drunken, random starts and finishes. Etc etc.

    I wonder whether ‘randomness’ would benefit from its own UI location. Similar to ratcheting perhaps. I’d be more than happy to give up a MIDI control if I was using it in a sequence.

    Bump from the graaaaave!

    Avatar of alien_brain

    woah now a midi cc? ;)

    we dunno about that one hahaha

    there needs to be another firmware for that jk :)

    Avatar of Kieran

    If one of those modes was:
    That would be my 64 note cheat request taken care of :-)

    Changing modes on the fly would be amazing too!

    Avatar of Tommy Down
    Tommy Down

    To clarify – a ‘randomness’ variable that is implemented like the ratcheting variable (as I understand it from Christian ‘s description so far…)

    A bit like the midibox implementation in midisizer’s midiALF.

    I get a lot out of short simple sequences set to a random direction.

    I guess the ultimate goal is variability across a sequence? One method is the a ‘probability of step’ variable like the LXR.

    What an off subject essay! Sorry about that.

    Avatar of erwan Bz✨
    erwan Bz✨

    +1 new direction modes…

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