notb wrote: speaking of 'sequencers', i put together this wacky thing that runs off of 'slaves'. see, usually, a mount (LFO) will get squared to be used as a trigger and it acts as a click like that, a metronome. well, instead, i trigger a 'slave' (its like a counter that increments when triggered) with a horn! so it counts very fast (and wraps around) and i square that. and so the square of the slave is my metronome and its a subdivision of the horn tone, higher pitched horn means faster click. but wait! i have two of these with different horns so they are like asynchronous clocks. and even more, i XOR the two slave values and square that result for a third trigger that has an interplay between the two clocks and sort of swings along the upbeats. there's some togos in there too to get a bit of a repetition in the 'melody' and i comb filter it all for delayish echoey effects. there's a lot more to this patch, but it's less complicated than it seems (hopefully). it's a relatively short patch. also, i should probably mention that it starts of dead (intentionally) you'll have to press some buttons to get it going, specifically, you gotta press minor/major simultaneously to salsa (sample and hold) some smoke (random values).
Horn Slaves Sequencer
Thats an awesome patch! Love the delayish echoey effects