1st beta test… quad euclidean thingy

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  • #8775
    philippe
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    may be what could be interesting for clocks is to be able to mod them like by a LFO with steps, with a range of course. So it can be several clocks with only 2 clocks, each evolutive. But it’s probably too many new controls, could be for another possible product…

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    #8780
    Dave Dove
    Keymaster

    alfred 0.93

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    #8795
    Dave Dove
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    philippe

    this modulation stuff opens a can of worms…

    i have resisted adding LFOs and stuff until now because:

    • clutter
    • can use the stock m4l ones
    • can use Paul sequencer

    but the undo history business has got me thinking about it

    i cannot leave controls available for modulation without clogging up Live’s undo history – so i may look at an internal system for next time

    #8796
    philippe
    Participant

    yeah, I thought so. Did not test 0.93 yet. What are the new Way switches  ?

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    #8798
    Dave Dove
    Keymaster

    direction for coloured patterns

    1. forward
    2. pendulum
    3. backward
    4. reverse pendulum
    #8808
    Dave Dove
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    #8818
    Dave Dove
    Keymaster

    a very rough draft user guide

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    #8820
    philippe
    Participant

    Dave, are you happy with the vel/dur area ? It seems to me that the real interesting zones ( the vel/dur sliders) are very tight with steps > 3 or 4. Switches take a lot of place, don’t they ?

    #8821
    Dave Dove
    Keymaster

    hey philippe

    is a kludge

    i didn’t like them one above the other

    i want the uniformity across the modules

    so no narrowing of buttons

    so either central area gets wider and/or all those side button areas narrow

    #8822
    Dave Dove
    Keymaster

    i also think the grid is not creative enough

    its too static and will be shelved while i think about it

    there is also a timing issue with the way its coded – if you record the MIDI and look closely you’ll see the latency

    back to something more fluid and purposeful…

    #8823
    philippe
    Participant

    may the 4th be with you

    #8833
    Dave Dove
    Keymaster

    Multi_Nu_0.2

    hey ho

    back on the quad euclidean – LockStitch update

    why

    grid sequencing is complex and the for ideas i have i need to study jitter for some time…

    not going off half arsed with that one

    sorry for your time chaps…

    this is much more ‘alive’

    i’ve incorporated some of the ideas from alfred

    next i’ll add the combination algorithms for pattern variations…

    i really like the clean lines

    i don’t like the dials

    works great on drums – i really like how it cycles through a drum rack…

    anyhow – i’ll post up when i’ve sorted it out a bit

    dave

     

    #8854
    philippe
    Participant

    missed this post, will have a look. Ah ok, just a pic

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    #8856
    Dave Dove
    Keymaster

    more pics:

    view_a

    view_b

    k

    the 4 euclids on the left are combined in devious ways

    once combined the finished patterns are displayed on the right

    there is a selector switching between 2 types of note output: fixed or scale scan

    fixed is good for percussion, scale scan for melodic but who cares? – i use Iosif and Adlais for drums

    this is definitely a LockStitch:

    in LockStitch v1 the combiners are not very well thought out – and function in ‘real-time’

    this one is based on different tech – the algorithms have two layers:

    1. thru, join, lace – then on to:
    2. thru, reverse, scramble

    these are pre-calculated so there isn’t the lag seen in the grid thing

    the euclid displays have been recoded – eliminating a lot of realtime calculations

    but i haven’t quite finished them yet – i’ll post it up when i do…

     

    #8857
    philippe
    Participant

    I like the general look, a bit like atomic stuff combined with Mendeleev Periodic table. Bg color is nice.

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