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jue 11-19-2008 04:06 PM

The KreeSeq Sequencer
 
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Hello,

All the input connection points of the modules work like a multi-connector, so you can place several cables to it and Numerology will automatically merge the data appropriately: CV and Audio signals are mixed, MIDI streams are merged.

So here my idea of The KreeSeq Sequencer:

The idea is to simulate the behavier from a KLEE Sequencer a DIY project by Scott Stites where a shiftregister makes the selection of the values added together to select the note value.

The same here, you have several IntervalSeqs added together at the NoteGen
input.

How musical powerful this could be you can see when you just change one step in a IntervalSeq of your choice because every step belongs to every other step of your IntervalSeqs.

And to make it some more interesting I took a VelocitySeq with random direction and gave him some doubled values that the random is a little bit more to the upper values.

With this simple struktures you can generate very complex melodies.

The patch is selfcontained, it uses the Apple DLS Synth Vibraphone as sound source.

best
jue

TwoToneshuzz 12-20-2009 02:23 PM

Nice work!
 
Hello jue!

Very nice setup with the Kree sequence! I fooled around with the velocity sequencer and the first interval sequencer in the stack changing the notes and the time value to dotted Qtr note which created an interessting hiccup in the rhythm lots of fun and inspiration here!!

Regards

Wade

Méka 12-20-2009 03:07 PM

Very nice stack ! You're helpfull for building stack Jue ... thank a lot !
I've coupled this one with the Brownian Motion Step ....
Very cool ambience, indeed ! :)

Falcon 12-22-2009 05:03 PM

Bravo!
Thank's for sharing ,planet earth need people like you...
What do you think about the klee software?
Do you know the milton sequencer and would it be possible to reproduced with numerology?
Thank's.
Stephan.

newgreyarea 08-23-2010 09:31 PM

Wow! This is fun! I don't quit know what I'm doing yet but it's ways cool.

ignatius 08-24-2010 12:25 AM

nice! thanks for sharing this. very cool.

cliffman 12-12-2010 11:36 AM

Another Klee-thing
 
Here's this week's idea -
Interval Sequencer -> Shift Register.
Each output from the Shift Register goes to a
separate CV Switch, so each output can be 'on' or 'off'
I'd rather have one 'In' and multiple 'outs' but since all
I have is the reverse I wired up the A inputs in one
order, then wired the C inputs up in another.

The output of the CV switch goes to the note gen.
So, you get kleestuff by combining the shift register
outputs, you can also clock some/all of the CV switches which does
fun things.

I'd attach a .zip, but I don't appear to have the ability to do that.

jim 12-13-2010 09:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cliffman (Post 5109)
I'd attach a .zip, but I don't appear to have the ability to do that.

In order to post files, users have to be bumped up to the "Numerology User" usergroup on the forum. I just did that for you, so you should be good to post now.

Cheers,
Jim

cliffman 12-13-2010 06:35 PM

Another klee idea
 
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Okay, I did two Stacks to play with some different ideas.
Basically, the Interval Seq + Shift give the list of intervals.
The 8 CV Switches provide the mask. (A on B off C on D off)

When we have a single in/multi out unit, 8 of those would
provide the mask and create the Gate Busses.

Stack 1 uses a Velocity Seq
Stack 2 uses an LFO to mess with velocity.
Stack 2 clocks the CV Switches which is interesting.

The CV Mixer is not really needed, but might provide some extra fun.
Enjoy!
cliffman

jue 12-13-2010 10:10 PM

Hello,

yes you are on the right way.

Watch out the new stacks at the comming Numerology 3 release.

best
jue


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