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303 style Pattern Control, Quantized Patternchanges
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3phase



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PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2006 12:05 pm    Post subject: 303 style Pattern Control, Quantized Patternchanges Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

To exclude certain parameters from variation changes it is necessary to split a patch over 2 slots...
This is often a problem with sequenced patches where you want to change the pattern of the sequence but keep your actual tweak of the sound generator.

following buildingblocks provide a 303 style way of controlling the patterns... quantized pattern changes by pressing buttons with optical feedback and transpose function that resets itself on patternchange.

So with the assignable buttons in slot D row A1 you switch variations in slot C that contains a sequencer that sequences slot D... variation 1-6 get switched...button 7and 8 are modifiers for slot C... button 1-6 get feedback from slot c..so you see which pattern is selected...
Its a bit expensive and has the drawback that you have to avoid variation copy in slot c to don't mess up the midi feedback circuit...you have to use parameter copy instead...
But...
Its quite good fun in the way the patternchange is performed and visualized...

Its nice to be able to control the variations from 2 slots just with the buttons of one slot...
Of cause its much cheaper to do that without buttons and optical feedback..but on stage its sometimes the overview and comfortable handling that matters more than dsp usage.

However...the blue framed section in fx area slot d (the quantize section)
can be used standalone to provide quantized patternchanges in another slot without all the big circuit necessary to perform split functions of the G2 controls and optical feedback of the state of the controlled slot.


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Pattern Cntrl Q.prf2
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Quantized version. The Quantize section (framed blue) acn be used stand alone for cheap one knob pattern control...

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Neon Sega



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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2007 12:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Very interecting^ I'll try this
Thanx!
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