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  • Numerology Techniques #3 : Discrete Sequencing

    .. wherein we break away from the comfort of the NoteSequencers into the realm of CV & Gate based sequencing and custom routings, thus opening up all sorts of interesting opportunities for sequencing mayhem....

    http://www.five12.com/t3.html

    Cheers,
    Jim

  • #2
    Thank you! This sheds some real light on the possibilities! You rock! Also I love the academic/inspirational writeups before the tutorials, they're very well written and inspiring. Thanks!

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    • #3
      Awesome, thanks!

      Don't hesitate to make suggestions for other videos, if there's something you'd like to see. I'm shooting to get at least one out a week...

      Cheers,
      Jim

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      • #4
        Oh, how about a t about the matrixarpeggiator?

        Arpeggiators are always something scary for me

        Thanks

        best

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        • #5
          Have put it on the list....

          Jim

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          • #6
            A quick tutorial on how to use the LFOS would be helpfull... I understand LFOs but I'm having trouble getting predictable results with the numerology LFO... I'm not sure if I understand the controls exactly... also one thing that I know nothing about and have never gotten a good explanation on what it does is Sample and Hold... I'm sure this is useful... but i have no idea how to use it!

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            • #7
              There is some coverage on the DualLFO module in a techniques video that should be up right after x-mas, and I'll make sure to put together a couple examples showing how to use the Sample & Hold module within the next week.

              Cheers,
              Jim

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              • #8
                Discrite sequencing looks fun. I wonder if it's possible to rebuild the mononote with descrete CV sequencers (so that you have descrite parts for pitch, velocity, steplen, devide, repeat, ...).

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                • #9
                  hello,

                  here my little idea again: Do not try to build a MonoNote with CVSeqs!
                  Just take three MonoNotes as DiscreteSeqs and use from each
                  MonoNote the parts you need.
                  From the first MonoNote you take the pitch, from the second the gates and from the third the velocity all are feed in a NoteGen and you have a DiscreteSeq System with all the possibilties you exspect.

                  Not every thing works like a single MonoNote but the most things are very interesting.

                  Best
                  jue
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jue View Post
                    hello,

                    here my little idea again: Do not try to build a MonoNote with CVSeqs!
                    Just take three MonoNotes as DiscreteSeqs and use from each
                    MonoNote the parts you need.
                    From the first MonoNote you take the pitch, from the second the gates and from the third the velocity all are feed in a NoteGen and you have a DiscreteSeq System with all the possibilties you exspect.

                    Not every thing works like a single MonoNote but the most things are very interesting.

                    Best
                    jue
                    Why didn't I think of that... Jue: how come you are such a Numerology wizzard?

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                    • #11
                      Does this Numerology Techniques #3 : Discrete Sequencing tutorial still exist anywhere? thanks!

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                      • #12
                        Yes, it is here:

                        http://files.five12.com/N2Tech3-Final1-H264.mov


                        Cheers,
                        Jim

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