So I’m working on a patch where I use a CV based sequencer being transposed by another MOD sequencer.
I love the process, as it is definitely working the way I want.
That being said…
Is there a more convenient option?
Any plans for a sequencer that just allows me to assign pitch, octave, gate, and velocity, in an environment that doesn’t require midi values?
I’d love a sequencer that gives me those basic parameters and not having to do math for 127 values based on note+octave.
For example, I don’t know what value 62 is giving me. If it’s an A note in octave 4 then just let me choose the note from my scale, and an octave. A4 is a great way to present that rather than midi value.
I was just looking for the midi sequencer with the data presented differently. I still very shaky on my scales, so seeing a note name rather than a number would be pretty helpful. Even a scale and numbers would make more sense to me than midi values.
I’ll watch that video to see if I can speed up the process, but I own several hardware sequencers that will do what I want. I am hoping to use the MDX as the transposition sequencer and save another power cable haha
I need to dig into the sequencer a bit more and see if it can do polyrhythm stuff or not.
I think I made a request for a CV quantizer as a separate thing for my analogue sequencer.
Ok. Thanks for the clearance. So simply notes instead of MIDI values?
No velocity or so? Can I bump in your request to add the velocity request and also be able to select what message type are we sequencing? haha
@Elk_wrath, first of all thanks…I can’t really add any feature…
Actually @khz touched an interesting point here.
I don’t know if I’m imagining something, but I remember @falkTX asking somewhere here if some of you were interested on getting some Cardinal modules ported for the MOD. @falkTX now you can kill me if I’m just imagine this