Re: [AH] totally insane!! system 700 sequencer

From Computer Controlled
Sent Fri, Jul 11th 2008, 18:49

I believe the Evolver sequencer can do this, or something very close.  I 
know you can alter the length of the note per step. But i think you 
might be able to set up 1 track that controls an LFO, which in turn 
controls a 2nd track's step duration on a per step basis. I'll have to 
dive into it a bit more to confirm though.



>> Yup -- sorry, I phrased it badly.  When you clock from an external VCLFO you
>> can modulate the frequency of said VCLFO with the CV out from one of the
>> sequencer rows and thus modulate the duration of any given step.  For
>> example, in theory if the CVs in the row were
>>
>> 0v | 1v | 1v | 0v | 1v | 1v | 0v | 1v | 1v | 0v | 1v | 1v
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>> the rhtymn of the output would be
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>> 1/4 | 1/8 | 1/8 | 1/4 | 1/8 | 1/8 | 1/4 | 1/8 | 1/8 | 1/4 | 1/8 | 1/8.
>>
>> An octave is a doubling of frequency and you're working 1v/oct.  If the
>> clock goes twice as fast, the duration of the step is 1/2 as long.  Etc.
>>
>> --Chuck
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: alt-mode [mailto:ah@alt-mode.com]
>> Sent: Friday, July 11, 2008 10:11 AM
>> To: charles graef; 'analogue'
>> Subject: Re: [AH] totally insane!! system 700 sequencer
>>
>> On 7/11/08 9:39 AM, "charles graef" <redacted@example.com> wrote:
>>
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>>> The Doepfer sequencer allows the CV or audio input to individual steps.
>>>       
>> The
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>>> Analogue Systems sequencer has skip.  Would be nice if every sequencer had
>>> everything.
>>>
>>>       
>> Very true!
>>  
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>>> Re the Roland, I should think it would be possible when using an external
>>>       
>> VC
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>>> clock with a row of sequencer CV and thereby halve a given step duration
>>> with an octave increase in CV from that row, quarter the duration with a
>>> 2-octave increase, etc.
>>>       
>> OK, I don't think I parsed that.  Are you saying that you can use the CVs
>> from a row to modulate the clock rate and thereby achieve the timing changes
>> that are possible with the per step switches?  Please elaborate.
>>
>>     Eric
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