'Note Pitch' – Restrict range when randomizing

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    mks30
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    We have ‘Sequence length’ boundaries, say 1-8

    We have Scale Type = Cm and Base Note = C2

    So we have 8 notes, constricted to Cmin with C2 as a ‘lower boundary’

    What we don’t seem to have is an ‘upper pitch boundary’ i.e. Base Note to Upmost Note…so say C2-C3

    Why is this important? Randomization!

    I set an 8 note Cm scale bounded by C2-C3 and when I randomize, the pitches come from everywhere, instead of the desired note range C2-C3.

    I hope this is an oversight on my part, because randomization is useless without boundaries, I’m sure that goes for the other parameters that can be randomized also.

    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by Avatar of mks30 mks30.
    #7340
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    Christian
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    Hi,
    thanks for sharing your input.
    It is possible to limit the range of the randomization by using the “gain” parameter of the wave generator.
    It´s not set to a specific note, because the wave generator can also be used for other parameters. Rather it´s set as a percentage of the total range.
    Please see manual page 15 for an illustration how this works.

    #7343
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    mks30
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    Thanks that helps,

    I wanted the SEQ START note 1 (which in this case = GLOBAL SCALE BASS) to be preserved during a randomization and the only way I could find, was to set SEQ START = 2 and then set back to 1 after the randomization….not very conducive to workflow.

    Is there another way to have the GLOBAL SCALE BASE /SEQ START note 1, preserved during a randomizing event?

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