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PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2006 1:03 pm    Post subject: DIY Sequencer
Subject description: Trying to create a Q960 clone...
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Hi folks,
this time i'm trying to recreate, from scratch, a sequencer inspire by the famous Moog 960 (now cloned by synthesizers.com's Q960).

I've build a shift register using flip-flops. A 90% pulse LFO act as clock. I've used eight blocks of Constant+HoldEnv to send control signals. I have to find a more economical way Razz

Anyway... click on switch labeled "ClickMe1st" to send a "On" signal to shift register. "Clear" switch resets all flipflops.

Enjoy,
Luca


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2006 1:25 pm    Post subject: Re: DIY Sequencer
Subject description: Trying to create a Q960 clone...
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Axiom wrote:
I have to find a more economical way Razz


But the nice thing now is that you can make overlapping signals. I was immediately thinking to make it even more expensive by using mudulatable envelopes Smile

The possibility to have multiple pulses in the loop is a nice one as well. maybe instead of a hard reset it would be nice to be able to either add ones or zeros into the loop.

I tried some feedback mechanisms to see if I could get self altering lops, but that was not very fruitfull.

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