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    i've been sequencing the modular from numerology lately and i'm really missing the ability to do proper ratcheting. anyone figured out how to do this w/N4?

    probability and step repeats are great but proper ratcheting would be so expressive.. especially when linked to probability.

    the sequencer i've used most in eurorack is a malekko varigate8+ which does ratcheting really well.. squeezes in many steps between steps while staying in sync w/a common clock w/all other tracks. the overall length of the pattern doesn't change..

    is there a way to do this in numerology?
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    i'm guessing that's a no. or a N5 thing since i think Vector does ratcheting so in order to be able to swap files back and forth the feature sets would need to be same.
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    • #3
      I do ratchets by two mononotes. Seq1 - gate generator, feeds gate signal to Seq2.
      Seq2 in mode "CV Trig Step", BeatQuantize = off and step resolution on dotted.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Arguzeen View Post
        I do ratchets by two mononotes. Seq1 - gate generator, feeds gate signal to Seq2.
        Seq2 in mode "CV Trig Step", BeatQuantize = off and step resolution on dotted.
        there's always a work around in a modular sequencing environment. thanks for the tip. i'll explore that

        though might make a mess when drum sequencing.

        it's a bit tricky and not very elegant but changing step lengths and repeats per step kind of gets there but is tricky to do since every drum sound needs its own drum sequencer.. but this does open up other possibilities.
        Last edited by ignatius; 06-11-2021, 11:34 PM.
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        • #5
          How is ratcheting different from simply using Divide?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by vestibul View Post
            How is ratcheting different from simply using Divide?
            jesus.. how am i so dumb? thanks. i don't know what i was doing to make it a mess but i guess i missed the obvious easy solution. divide is pretty much same as ratcheting other than velocity curves and stuff like that.

            thanks for pointing out the obvious. [slaps forehead extra hard]


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