Composition Challenge...how would you create these rolls/repeats ?

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Composition Challenge...how would you create these rolls/repeats ?

Post by chess1 » Wed Dec 25, 2019 5:56 pm



Just curious what your approach would be...

Some thoughts of my own:

1. Midi repeats with velocity curves in a daw/tracker OR a midi repeat at 32nd and 64th notes with sequencer

2. A hardware delay pedal or rack with similar settings, midi sync. Could be sampled with various settings and then arranged in an MPC (using note repeat).

3. In euro using beat repeat in clouds alt firmware I suppose. Everyone says use dividers and retrigs but never worked worked for me. Although I did get some interesting results using Maths as a drum machine.

What do you think he did ?

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Re: Composition Challenge...how would you create these rolls/repeats ?

Post by chess1 » Wed Dec 25, 2019 10:15 pm

No seriously I want to know. Its been long enough.

Actually I got some similar results using the beat remix function on the RS7000.

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Re: Composition Challenge...how would you create these rolls/repeats ?

Post by chess1 » Thu Dec 26, 2019 3:06 am



I guess that settles that...but wait how in 1997 ?

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Re: Composition Challenge...how would you create these rolls/repeats ?

Post by GeneralBigBag » Thu Dec 26, 2019 6:29 pm

I'm going to guess just sitting down and hand-editing it in a tracker?

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Re: Composition Challenge...how would you create these rolls/repeats ?

Post by beatcleaver » Thu Dec 26, 2019 6:36 pm

max would be my guess, multiplying velocity numbers by the s&h of a sine function, it seems more doable that way but can't say I've ever tried

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