| br>CGS + COA3 Rhythmic Patch Development
Development of rhythmic patching: starting with an intentional pattern and finding out how to get it working. Evolution of the pattern. Adding chords at the end.
As always, the aim of the journey is simplified patching, and certainly that happened between first and second patch. The next two were logical evolutions of the second one. Last one keeps the previous rhythm and adds chords (from the COA3 right-side Programmer Sequencer ) in a slow accompaniment. The EG Out wave is driving the COA3 right-side Programmer Sequencer's Barton Window Comparator, which selects the stage by the pulse-in patching; then additional timing sources also are tried to control the chord sequence.
0:00 Simple Rhythm, Kinda Tribal
1:11 Cold Duck Time rhythm
2:19 Three measures of rhythm
4:23 Three measures with more variation
5:29 With slow chords