I own an E-MU XL-7 and some analogue monosynths (which are primarily intended as "acidboxes")...
When two notes overlap, a slide happens as soon as the second note is activated.
In the TB-303 however, the slide happens before the second note is activated...
It may be possible to correctly implement 303-slides on the XL-7 by setting the gate length of the first note to 100%, setting the gate length of the second note to 51% then shifting the second note forward by a number of ticks (ideally around 200 ms)... This would obviously be very cumbersome and time-consuming.
Does anybody have a better idea for implementing "correct" 303-slides in the XL-7?
If not, would it work if I get a 303-clone sequencer like the Acidlab Autobot, send its CV/gate/accent into a CV to MIDI converter and record that MIDI into my XL-7? Are there any caveats that would prevent this method from yielding the desired results?
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