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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by roy thinnes » Wed Dec 28, 2016 5:08 am

thanks for your comment yayajohn :)
yayajohn wrote:Tried these out today not really knowing what I was doing
but I'm also reading in between the lines that some more explanation what these devices can do and how they should/could be implemented would be helpful.
I'll putting something together soon.

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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by yayajohn » Wed Dec 28, 2016 6:34 am

hi Roy; haha no that wasn't a pitch for a video or a manual, I was thinking if i could get them up and running without knowing anything then it will just be a matter of spending some time to gain some mastery over them. I know these took a lot of time and effort and you should rest and enjoy the holidays. Thanks for all that you do.


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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by catscratch » Wed Dec 28, 2016 8:39 am

roy thinnes wrote: but I'm also reading in between the lines that some more explanation what these devices can do and how they should/could be implemented would be helpful.
I'll putting something together soon.
It's very generous of you to give these away roy! Thank you so much.

Unlike almost everyone else on the thread, I'm (still) really NOT at ease inside the modular world and would love some documentation. Since you are giving them away I understand why this might not happen. It could be something to include with a donation? This is one for the suggestion box.

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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by roy thinnes » Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:00 am

No problem, done.
Please see start post, i hope this will clarify some things!

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Post by yayajohn » Sun Jan 01, 2017 4:55 pm

Thank you Roy, very useful :)

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Post by scary808 » Thu Jan 05, 2017 9:18 am

Thanks Roy, way to push the Scope sequencer envelope!

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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by pastor » Sat Jan 07, 2017 3:05 am

This is great! Just tried it out a little today, sound is awesome, interface is inspiring, DSP load is lower than expected! :D
For reference, I can load a 1 Voice instance of the full stepsync on a Luna card, or racksynth1 plus clock and sequencers with approx 30% of the resources left.

Thanks again for these great devices :)

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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by Spielraum » Sat Jan 21, 2017 7:51 am

big thanks, fantastic! love it!!
wait for modul to manipulate steps ><; <>; >~> ... ;)
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Post by roy thinnes » Sun Jan 22, 2017 2:26 am

yes, I want that too.
I have the idea of a kind of 'Uber-SeqClk', which could control all the things you mentioned.
Let's see..

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Post by Spielraum » Sun Jan 22, 2017 3:54 pm

fantastic idea, look and work!
outside device-modules for better midi-timing and more separate ctl-allocation because on ch1-16...
> system I/O compatible with bc modular sync/async...pipe and/or convert to midiout for ext?
gizzmo is lost and the real sb404 grandchild comes home,
hoch lebe roy!
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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by Liquid EDGE » Wed Dec 13, 2017 12:36 am

Just out of interest.

The sequencer works perfectly on Xite.

What is it you did/do when making these devices so that the sequencers work fine on Xite?

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Post by roy thinnes » Wed Dec 13, 2017 3:14 am

it's not using nifty async dsp modules but primitive sync ones instead.
if that wouldn't work in xite I think you could throw it away :P

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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by Spielraum » Sun Feb 18, 2018 2:12 am

hallo roy,
i love your SeqDevices, REALLY!
what you think about "CTLR to Midi" converter?
see brainstorm pic
... and pleace add too
> "Rack/SyncStep Synth" with second Hp-filter, serial (ctrl-Param. identical to Lp)
> hardware connection
>> all SeqDevices with MIDI Ctrl Assignment >> hardware controller
>>> "visuals Clk on" with MIDI Ctrl Assignment (0/127) >> hardware (Buttons) Lightline
that would be really cool!!
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Re: christmas is coming!

Post by Yogimeister » Sun Feb 18, 2018 2:45 am

+1 :)

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