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Old 03-24-2010, 06:23 PM
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I'm programming drum beats and need to trim the general timing between a bunch of MonoNote sequencers in my drum stack. I use one MonoNote per drum sound for variation purpose and each MonoNote drives one drum sound in the DrumKit module. In linear DAW sequences it is easy to trim "track delay" for each note number (drum sound of a kit) but how to do that in Numerology?

This is so essential that I'm hoping I'm overlooking a feature that someone will post about here :-)) Would be cool to have a "time +/-" parameter for any sequence module because then you could modulate that parameter too, like speeding up and slowing down the fast hihat during certain parts etc.

Maybe I can use an extra Groove Clock module inside the drum kit stack? If I copy the setting from the global clock module I can move each hit one or two tics earlier or later. Feels like a nasty workaround though and very time consuming as you need to copy and rework one extra GrooveClock module per drum sound that needs to be time shifted in the kit.
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Old 03-25-2010, 09:16 AM
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I'm working on CV, MIDI and probably Clock delays for 3.0, In the meanwhile, I can think of two options:
- Use the individual outputs on the DrumKit in conjunction w/ short audio delays.
- Use the Groove timing sliders in the MonoNotes to delay individual steps.

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Old 03-25-2010, 09:37 AM
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In the meanwhile, I can think of two options:
- Use the individual outputs on the DrumKit in conjunction w/ short audio delays.
- Use the Groove timing sliders in the MonoNotes to delay individual steps.
I went with a third options: putting a local groove module in the drum stack, copying the settings from the global grove clock but moving all markers a bit earlier. Then I cabled the kick drum mononote sequencer to fetch its timing from there. Gave me the desired "speed kick" feel. But I must say I miss the option to hands-on balance timing between all drum sounds, as you do in for example Logic. On the other hand, when we get it right in Numerology it will become a way more powerful beat maker. Can hardly wait... :-)
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